The Telegraph | Andrea Marechal Watson:
Have you ever browsed a gallery wishing you could take it all home? Don’t give up hope. A curator at a top London museum has suggested that works in storage should be lent to private homes rather than hidden away in a basement.
Collector Florian Wupperfeld, founder of Leading Cultural Destinations, says the idea has merit. “It might be a good way to look after works, as storage can be very costly,” he says. The tradition of lending an art collection to a museum could soon be turned on its head…read more
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