This week's New Yorker in the "Shouts and Murmurs" section has a piece by David Sedaris on art collecting. Sort of.
A family of experts.
by David Sedaris
"Before it was moved out near the fairgrounds, the North Carolina Museum of Art was located in downtown Raleigh, and often, when we were young, my sister Gretchen and I would cut out of church and spend an hour looking at the paintings. The collection was not magnificent, but it was enough to give you a general overview, and to remind you that you pretty much sucked."
The rest is continued here.