The Art Law Blog
Saturday, November 05, 2011
"It’s extremely difficult for me to avoid the conclusion that these super-gigantic collections represent an inefficient allocation of global resources."
If 15 percent of the stuff on display at the Louvre vanished at random, the impact on the experience of visiting the museum in particular or Paris in general would be minimal. But in the majority of the cities of the world, that 15 percent would be the basis for an excellent new museum