Updated Nov. 26, 2013 8:48 p.m. ET
Will Detroit have to sell its art collection to help the city emerge from bankruptcy protection?
The question loomed larger after a group of the city’s creditors asked a bankruptcy judge to appoint a committee to value the Detroit Institute of Arts’ collection, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
In August, the city, which owns the collection, hired Christie’s to value the art. Christie’s is reviewing a fraction of the…