Baltimore Museum of Art Will Deaccession 3 Major Artworks to Support Ambitious Equity Plan
The Last Supper (1986) by Andy Warhol will be deaccessioned by the BMA and offered by Sotheby’s through private sale. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced Friday details of its Endowment for the Future, an ambitious financial plan that will dedicate funds for the care of the collection and allow the museum to expand its ongoing diversity and equity programmatic initiatives by enacting greater structural change within the institution and increasing access for the community. As part of the plan, the BMA will maintain and increase salaries for staff throughout the museum, establish dedicated funds for DEAI programs, eliminate admission
Sotheby’s Photographs Celebrates 50 Years by Auctioning 50 Masterworks
Sotheby’s Photographs department will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a major timed sale that crosses the...
Quinn’s to auction folk art from prestigious Sellen-Burt collection, April 20
Featured: works by Clementine Hunter, Roy Ferdinand, Ivy Billiot, several other noted Louisiana artists FALLS CHURCH,...