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Public art

Carousel in Frankfurt to recall the Kindertransport that saved thousands of children from the Nazis

Yael Bartana's public sculpture commemorates those who were shipped out before the Second World War

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Exhibitions

Woven conflicts: Hannah Ryggen's fascist-fighting tapestries go on show in Frankfurt

Textile-works showing Nazi prison camps and Mussolini with a spear through his head will feature in first German survey of Swedish artist

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Exhibitions

Rubens and the works that inspired him brought together at Städel Museum

Flemish master had access to art from across the ages and assiduously reworked drawings by other artists

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Art theft

Why has the Tate still not claimed for its stolen Freud?

Although it was covered by British government indemnity, the painting’s value remains unclaimed since its 1988 theft

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Collectors

Hartmut Rausch's collection to go on show at the Portikus Centre for Contemporary Art

The caretaker of the Städelschule shares his own collection with the public

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Tate

Tate asks permission to spend £15 million from stolen Turner paintings

The windfall from Tate's insurance claim may shortly be spent

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Interviews

Interview with museum director and curator Udo Kittelman: “The curator should never be more important than the artist”

The new director of Frankfurt’s Museum of Modern Art is self taught (he trained as an optician), curator of the German pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, and passionately involved in contemporary art

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Art & Technology

"Digital craft" project at Frankfurt's Museum of Applied Arts aims to change the way we think about museums and technology

Director James M. Bradburne is a passionate believer in new technologies

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J.M.W. Turner

Fakes of stolen Tate Turners surface

Frankfurt thefts still not recovered

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J.M.W. Turner

Tate Turner thieves convicted

Unrecovered paintings stolen in Frankfurt, 1994.

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Art market

Novel approaches: Changes in the German art book market

As the recession begins to abate in Germany, the market for art books blossoms