Artist Calls NY Museums’ Exhibits Anti-Competitive

(CN) – Well-known artist Robert Cenedella claims in a $100 million lawsuit that the Met, Whitney, MOMA and other museums mostly show solo exhibitions by artists represented by just five galleries due to close financial ties between the museums and galleries that prevent other artists from getting their work shown.

Cenedella is a New York-based contemporary painter who became well known for his commissions for liquor companies Bacardi and Absolute Vodka, as well as his paintings for Le Cirque restaurant.

The New York Times called Cenedella a “lifelong rebel and art-world gadfly” in

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