Bloomberg’s Philip Boroff went through the 2012 tax filings of a number of arts organizations to come up with these salaries for their leaders:
◊ Glenn Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art, earned about the same, $1.8 million in 2011.
◊ Thomas Campbell, who was named to the position of Met director in September 2008 and earned $1.1 million.
◊ James Cuno, president and chief executive of the J. Paul Getty Trust earned $1.1 million in 2012.
◊ The Los Angeles County Museum of Art paid Chief Executive Michael Govan $1.3 million.
◊ Over at the smaller Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, director Jeffrey Deitch, who has had to battle an uprising among his board, earned $916,000.
Even Levy’s $7,000-a-Day Matched by Other Arts Titans (Bloomberg)