In the article, Jordan Schnitzer discusses how he began collecting art at 14 years old and developed his lifelong pursuit to collect, share, and promote the visual arts with others. Schnitzer shares his thoughts on owning such a large and important collection, only to keep it in storage; "What could be worse than writing and publishing a book and then having one person purchase all of the copies and store them in a basement somewhere, unread?"
Following his family’s commitment to support art and culture, Mr. Schnitzer has created one of the nation’s largest contemporary print collections, The Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation. Since the late 1990s, his family foundation has funded and organized over 100 exhibitions at more than 100 venues nationwide, highlighting individual artists and an array of themes.
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