A major dispute over works of art has finally been decided in North Miami.
When board members left the city’s Museum of Contemporary Art, some 600 pieces of artwork were left in limbo. The city of North Miami, which owns MOCA, and the former board each laid claim to the art in a bitter battle that drew national headlines.
On Wednesday, in a joint released statement, both sides said they reached a settlement. Most of the artwork will remain at MOCA.