Investigative Post: Louis Grachos from the Albright-Knox | News
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Investigative Post Editor Jim Heaney interviewed Louis Grachos, director of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Grachos is leaving the gallery at the end of the year after a decade at the helm.
In the interview that aired on WGRZ's Sunday Daybreak, Grachos said:
- The No. 1 task confronting his successor will be upgrading and expanding the museum's facilities, including the possible establishment of a satellite facility.
- Albright-Knox owns some 8,000 pieces of art, less than 5 percent of which is on display at any given time. Hence, the need for expansion.
- The gallery has refreshed its inventory of artwork this past decade thanks to the purchase of more than 1,100 pieces.
- The Albright-Knox ranks among the top five modern art museums in the country.
- Buffalo's cultural scene ranks among the top-15 in the nation.
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