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Is It Ethical For A Museum To Mount A Show Where The ‘Guest Curator’ Owns Most Of The Art?

“A solo private collection show is difficult for a museum to justify, because it restricts curatorial independence in telling art’s story. However, in my experience, crediting the collector as co-curator is almost unprecedented for a major museum.”
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