Baryn Futa Believes Art Makes Everything Better

October 18, 2018
From Baryn Futa’s perspective, it is virtually impossible to overstate the importance of the arts on any society. His perspective on the arts is that art museums and art preservation in general are critical to every extremely important to every culture and every society. The arts serve as a touchstone to the modern day from generations past. Likewise, the art of today will serve as a touchtone to our descendants. We owe it to our grandchildren to preserve as much art as possible for posterity.

Baryn Futa knows that fine art represents who, what and where a society is, which is why he works so hard to preserve as much as possible for the ages. That is why he is interested in getting more people to appreciate the arts as much as he does. Hence his memberships in a great number of prominent art museums with impressive collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and many more. Art preservation is his main motivation for his own large and impressive art collection. He routinely loans his art to prominent museums.

Baryn Futa Follows an Artistic Path

April 25, 2018
As a prolific arts patron, Baryn Futa does the best he can because he sincerely believes the arts to be among the most beautiful aspects of life. However, he believes there is more to the arts than just beauty. He recognizes the arts as playing a necessary and defining element of any culture and every society. For those reasons and many others, Baryn has come to the conclusion that art should always be preserved for future generations.

From Baryn Futa’s perspective - and he is not alone - the art of the past has managed to build a bridge to our ancestors in a way nothing else can. That is why he believes it is our responsibility as a society to we preserve as much art as possible for future generations. In addition to old or ancient art that has been preserved through the centuries, we should also preserve as much current artistic expression as possible, for posterity. After all, if art is seen as communication, we should continue the conversation well into the future.