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  • Luxury art holidays sell VIP access
  • Luxury art holidays sell VIP access
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Luxury art holidays sell VIP access

Attending VIP champagne receptions, accessing exquisite private collections, enjoying the world’s most esteemed art historians as tour guides; the Art Fund's luxury holidays are based around great creative moments in history, but what justifies the price is exclusive access.

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