Museum Vandalism: A Concern for Art Insurers?

Although, unlike with stolen art, there is not a database setting out acts of fine art vandalism, according to the Washington Post, vandalism is a big problem — especially at museums. The problem is that the viewing public’s right or desire to see unprotected works conflicts with the best possible security options available to museums. The conflict is unlikely to go away anytime soon, but should be considered by fine arts underwriters.

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