Creditors Eye Detroit Museum's Art Collection

Aug 5, 2013

Detroit has filed for bankruptcy and the city's creditors have suddenly developed an appetite for fine art.

Many cities don't own art collections outright: exhibitions pass through, pieces are borrowed. But Detroit's most significant pieces of art could fetch $2.5 billion according to an estimate by the Detroit Free Press. That's a big chunk of the city's $18 billion debt.

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