Detroit Art Institute at Center of Bankruptcy Debate

The Detroit Institute of Arts Museum, also known as the DIA, is home to valuable paintings, sculptures, and artifacts from around the world. But what is housed there belongs to the city of Detroit. With the city filing bankruptcy protection, many are concerned the collections could be sold to pay Detroit’s creditors.
  Inside its massive halls are more than 60,000 objects that make up one of the top collections of art in the United States.  Visitors to the Detroit Institute …

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