With few exceptions, at least since the days of ancient Athens, master artists all worked in the studio system. If they're dealing with recent art, they have to include things in shows that they think are bad.
The way to do it is to travel widely, in both time and space.
From this point of view, there is no longer a clear difference between art and design, between an artwork and a mere technical product. And I think I've shown that.
And perhaps they should be, for in this situation, it is literally not possible to visit the Chauvet cave itself, and this is the only option—a simulacrum, but a very good one, made with passion, though produced by digital technology and mechanics, by a human mind but not a human hand.
Read essay American Portrait Miniatures of the Eighteenth Century Patronage for miniatures extended beyond the court to include the political and merchant elite, eager to own and wear such stunning small portraits of loved ones. The art scene has become a territory on which political ideas and projects that are difficult to situate in the contemporary political reality can be formulated and presented.
The prison cell as an architecture had already existed—in relatively small jails, dungeons, and other structures for holding people captive; and the modern penitentiary was born by multiplying them from tens and twenties to hundreds and thousands, forming small cities that required the planning, infrastructure, and the inventive institutional design that modern architecture was making possible elsewhere in hospitals, factories, schools, and armies.