MOCA to retain about 70 percent of artworks

November 24, 2014 11:25 PM

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About 500 of the 709 works held by the Museum of Contemporary Art’s previous incarnation will stay with MOCA, while 205 will go to the new Institute of Contemporary Art created by its former board members, according to an agreement that will go before the North Miami City Council at its Tuesday meeting.

According to the terms of the agreement, two works by Afro-Caribbean-influenced artist Jose Bedia will stay with MOCA, while two by pop artist John Baldessari will go to ICA. All 20 works by Miami-based Pablo Cano and two by the late street artist Keith Harring will stay with MOCA, while two works b...

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