Museums And Art Handlers Are Giving Their Masks And Gloves To Hospitals


“Art spaces … are doing their part to meet the needs of medical professionals, packing up crates of gloves typically used to protect artworks from oil and dust on the hands of those touching artworks and sending off coveted N95 respirators that protect front-line health care workers from the virus.” – ARTnews


Tags: Art, Visual, 03.24.20

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