. Rose Art Museum, once on the brink of closure, celebrates 60th anniversary with gift of 86 works « JO LEE MAGAZINE

The Art News Paper – Twelve years after its collection seemed fated to be sold off by Brandeis University to raise funds, the Rose Art Museum in Waltham, Massachusetts, says it has received gifts of 86 works of art—including pieces by Francesco Clemente, Jim Dine, Jenny Holzer, Betye Saar and Andy Warhol—in honour of the 60th anniversary of its founding. The donations appear to reflect renewed confidence in the university’s ability to sustain the museum and its 9,000-plus works of art after the attempted 2009 shutdown, and to survive the current financial downturn precipitated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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