CHICAGO – A group of Detroit’s creditors, including bond insurers and pension certificate holders, has asked the judge overseeing the city’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy case to appoint a committee to evaluate the city owned art of the Detroit Institute of Arts museum.

The motion, filed Tuesday afternoon in federal court, touches on one of the most controversial aspects of the case so far: whether the city should monetize its storied art collection.

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