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The Plattsburgh State Art Museum is part of The State University of New York at Plattsburgh in Plattsburgh, New York. The museum's concept of a "museum without walls", originated by French art theorist André Malraux, is to display its art collection around the university's campus. The permanent collection consists of over 4,600 works of art and artifacts, ranging from antiquities to contemporary art and sculpture. The collections are displayed in three main galleries, a sculpture court, and exhibition areas throughout the campus.