Art Pension Trust Seeks to Sell 5,000 Works

July 24th, 2013

Jack Bush, Red Side Right, via The TelegraphThe Artist Pension Trust, cited as the largest collection of contemporary art in the world, is currently looking to sell off 5,000 works from its collection, the Telegraph reports.  The sale of works will cut the fund’s collection nearly in half, and will go to benefit both the artists in the trust, as well as the operating costs of the trust. “We are hoping to place works privately with institutions through our team of curators,” say Moti Shniberg, a trust co-founder. “Otherwise, interested buyers can contact us. The works are all listed on the Trust’s website.”

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