Page Six stirs the pot on the controversy surrounding MoMA’s proposed expansion. After the ruckus caused by the unveiling of the museum’s new plans, the New York Post’s gossip page suggests there’s a new heavy-hitter joining the board:
According to sources close to the museum, MoMA’s board — which already includes heavy hitters Ronald S. Lauder, Agnes Gund, Ron Perelman, Michael Ovitz, Richard Parsons and Sid Bass — will name at the meeting a new trustee to help guide them through the controversy.
Sources told us the possible new addition could be Michael Bloomberg, but a MoMA rep said, “The information you heard is incorrect.”
Is MOMA naming new trustee to board? (Page Six)