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Arts around the world from Baryn Futa

October 23, 2019

In a fight to protect the art world from collapsing or disappearing, individuals such as Baryn Futa support the creative medium while encouraging others to also do so. The Louvre in Paris, France, is the globe’s most popular museum with more than 7 million visitors per year. It also hosts some of the most well-known art, including the Mona Lisa and nearly 40,000 artifacts. The Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands holds immense interest with guests as well, boasting a reputation score of 82% and featuring prominent works by Vincent Van Gosh, such as Self-Portrait and Sunflowers. But even large, popular museums such as these are finding less interest and less financial support as 2020 approaches. Baryn Futa, and other benefactors like him, routinely remind communities of the importance these artistic works and their longevity across time. They note the need for additional support to maintain this medium and the artists contributing to it -- and that’s true for small exhibitions in small towns just as much as it is for The Louvre or Van Gogh Museum.