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New York is still mourning a great cultural loss. Thousands of works of art—each with its own story to tell—became entangled in Superstorm Sandy’s salt-tinged waters. Some paintings and materials housed in galleries and storage facilities were completely submerged, never to resurface. The fate of many more is still largely unknown, as restoration professionals, artists, gallery owners, private collectors, and museums are still enmeshed in the onerous (and ongoing) task of restoration and damage assessment.

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