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Abstract value

16 November 2020 By Sharon Lam

The Baltimore Museum of Art is one of many institutions that has considered flogging art amid Covid-19 upheaval. Goals to diversify collections and clean out staid archives are laudable. Still, museums aren’t as good at selling art as curating it.

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