by Steve Garmhausen
Agnes Gund has spent much of the past five decades buying modern art by the likes of Jasper Johns and Mark Rothko. But she has also given scores of works away to the Museum of Modern Art.
'It could be because I feel guilty about having so much more than most people,' says MoMA's president emerita, who has contributed some 250 pieces to the museum. 'If I can have it, others should be able to enjoy it.'"