Posted by David Barrie on May 15, 2010 · 11 Comments
Those responsible for building public collections of contemporary art suffer from tunnel-vision and need to expand their horizons, says David Barrie, former diplomat, and ex-director of both The Art Fund and The Japan Festival 1991
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