The Met says it will stop accepting gifts from Sacklers associated with Purdue Pharma
The museum cites recent lawsuits tied to the US opioid crisis in its decision to decline future donations from the family
Guggenheim Museum says it 'does not plan to accept any gifts' from the Sackler family
The move follows similar decisions by London museums
South London Gallery returned funding to Sackler Trust last year
Plus, Nan Goldin's show at the National Portrait Gallery is expected to go ahead after the trust and London museum decided not to proceed with a £1m grant
Tate to stop accepting donations from the Sackler Trust
The move follows a mutual decision by the National Portrait Gallery and the Sackler Trust to not proceed with a £1m grant
The Met is re-evaluating its gift acceptance policy in wake of Sackler lawsuits
Their family’s support “began decades before the opioid crisis” says president and CEO Daniel Weiss
Will museums stop accepting Sackler money in wake of Massachusetts lawsuit?
Eight members of the family are being sued for helping to fuel the opioid epidemic through their pharmaceutical company
Culture is compromised by donations from the Sackler family: we must not accept any more of their money
Anna Somers Cocks on the revelations published in the New Yorker magazine
Business as usual for museums funded by Sackler opioid money?
Beneficiaries of the family’s largesse deflect or ignore questions about the donors’ role in the drugs epidemic sweeping the US