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Art high on the list of items sought by new Libyan government
Curator’s interviews with performers could prove a “goldmine”?for scholars, skirting the artist’s ban on documentation of his work
Despite cuts to culture budgets, funding for national pavilions and collateral events is in line with 2011 or has even increased
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Protests over the removal of museum director Barnabas Bencsik
Jack Persekian emphasises giving a voice to local history as foundation stones are laid
Old Masters galleries reopen in rooms lost in the 1970s when the era of the blockbuster began
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Founder of Tiroche DeLeon collection says increased openness will attract wider interest
Dealers and even the country’s culture minister oppose a 12% tax rise on the purchase of original works of art
Federal raid on the Helly Nahmad Gallery in New York and a new book by a Brazilian judge point to a "big problem"
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A touring exhibition recreates the CIA’s 1946 secret weapon that scandalised conservatives
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As Tate Britain unveils its new hang this week, the curatorial aims behind its new approach to the nation's art are revealed
More in comment and letters in the print issue:
David Bowie, Federico Barocci, Ice Age Art and other shows are reviewed in our new online section
Some of Sir Robert Walpole’s magnificent collection—including works by Raphael, Veronese, Van Dyck, Poussin, Rubens, Maratta, Rembrandt, Velázquez, Murillo and a host of Dutch and Flemish painters—returns from the State Hermitage to his former home, Houghton Hall… READ MORE
Join us at the 13th Communicating the Museum conference to be inspired by Swedish and international experts in creativity. The conference, dedicated to international museum professionals, will take place at the Moderna Museet from 3 to 6 July. For the full programme and to register, visit www.communicatingthemuseum.com.
Two MA programmes run by IESA and validated by the University of Warwick