Sign of Renewed Support for Art at Brandeis

July 13, 2012

Ever since Brandeis University, under a former president three years ago, announced plans to sell its distinguished collection of modern art, the institution has been viewed with some distrust by the art world, even after the plan was abandoned. Many have questioned why there was no permanent director for the Rose Art Museum, which houses the collection. Today Brandeis will announce that Christopher Bedford, chief curator at the Wexner Center for the Arts, a well regarded arts institution affiliated with Ohio State University, will become the new director of the Rose, The Boston Globe reported. Early word in the arts world is that the appointment will be well received and seen as the long awaited signal that the Rose and its modern art collection are secure.


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