<strong>The &ldquo;taint&rdquo; of commerce</strong>. When art becomes a stand-in for wealth and political influence, where does that leave those who collect for sake of collecting?

The &amp;ldquo;taint&amp;rdquo; of commerce. When art becomes a stand-in for wealth and political influence, where does that leave those who collect for sake of
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The “taint” of commerce. When art becomes a stand-in for wealth and political influence, where does that leave those who collect for sake of collecting?

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