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Published on Feb 8, 2010
Hitler in his bunker hopes that he will get the job as director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), but is told by his senior staff that the job has gone instead to the New York art dealer Jeffrey Deitch, known for his business dealings and embrace of spectacle. Upset, Hitler lashes out at MOCA's board of trustees, Deitch, some of Deitch's artists (or those he admires) and the man who saved MOCA, L. A. philanthropist Eli Broad.