By Elaine Donnelly
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Superstorm Sandy was not kind to the arts community. It not only upended paintings, equipment, tools and paper, turning them into tangled and soggy heaps, but also the livelihoods of hundreds of artists who have helped make the New York area a dynamic art capital.
Most waterlogged items can be saved, Pourchot said, but sometimes the time and the cost may be prohibitive.
The Cultural Recovery Center will be open three months, or longer, if necessary, Pourchot said.