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A private storage area at Arcis Fine Art + Collection, New York. Courtesy Arcis. Advertisement. THESE DAYS, an artwork might go straight from studio to storage without ever being shown. Sometimes, it doesn’t even take a cursory turn on the auction block. I’ve begun to think of this as straight-to-storage art. It’s a funny term in that it encompasses both work that never sells and maybe never garners any interest at all, as well as work whose primary function is as a unit of inflated value. They say that museums are where art goes to die. But it might be more apt to say that of storage facilities—from an artist’s bedroom closet to multibillion-dollar freeports found chiefly in Gen... Tout l'article

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