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01/24/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
"When it comes to my favourite Old Masters sales, most people know that I like them offbeat, and Sotheby's sale on 25 January features several beautiful and compelling pictures of that sort by mostly unfamiliar masters."

Old Masters at Sotheby’s New York: our top lots

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01/24/2017 at 13:42. Facebook
Guy Cogeval will step down on 15 March but a French Ministry of Culture spokesman declined to say when the new appointment will be announced. Musée d'Orsay

Who will be the Musée d’Orsay's new director?

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01/24/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Did you carry a colourful, witty or incisive sign to one of the many women’s marches around the world on 21 January? Don’t throw it out—donate it. #WomensMarch Women's March on Washington Women's March on Washington - London

Signs of the times: museums preserve placards from the Women’s Marches

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01/24/2017 at 11:45. Facebook
“The existence of the blacklist takes the clock back 30 years” to before democratisation.

Korean government apologises for culture blacklist

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01/24/2017 at 11:13. Facebook
"When it comes to my favourite Old Masters sales, most people know that I like them offbeat, and Sotheby's sale on 25 January features several beautiful and compelling pictures of that sort by mostly unfamiliar masters."

Old Masters at Sotheby’s New York: our top lots

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01/24/2017 at 10:55. Facebook
The museum plans to centralise six specialist areas of #conservation by converting the top two floors of its four-storey, 1970s George Robert White wing into a 22,000 sq. ft, open-plan facility. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

MFA Boston to bring experts together with $24m overhaul of conservation centre

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Cooke ends the tour by quoting a recent statement from the feminist activist Gloria Steinem: “Our Constitution does not begin with ‘I, the President.’ It begins with, ‘We, the People.’”

'My America': Whitney Museum of American art explores identity on...

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yesterday at 18:04. Facebook
Diary: "First off, early on the morning of Inauguration Day (20 January), the artist Conrad Shawcross made his contribution to the Build Bridges Not Walls campaign by unfurling a giant banner declaring “migration is as old as language” in the shadow of the Houses of Parliament."

London art world joins weekend of protest

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Saatchi Gallery in London stress that this will be “the world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the #selfie from the old masters to the present day”.
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Look at me: Saatchi gallery's self-portraits show (aka selfies)

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yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
Captiva, the former compound in Captiva, Florida, where Robert #Rauschenberg lived from 1970 until his death in 2008, is "at high risk of storm surge flooding”.
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Tide rises on Robert Rauschenberg's island retreat

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yesterday at 14:40. Facebook
His houses in Potsdam and California “are totally stacked up”, he says. “We have an overflow.” While his paintings are travelling, he replaces them at home with copies. He is drawn to images of water, he says. A keen yachtsman, he likes to study the ripples on the sea of his Impressionist works to assess the wind.

Who is Hasso Plattner whose spectacular museum has opened near Berlin?

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yesterday at 13:32. Facebook
Commuters passing through Canary Wharf tube station in the #London financial district will see a film showing the destruction of boats used to transport #refugees fleeing from Libya and Syria to Italy. Lisson Gallery Goodman Gallery

Broomberg & Chanarin to bring their politically-engaged art to the London Underground

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yesterday at 13:22. Facebook
“We always think of #Giacometti as an artist in bronze, but of course bronze was the final outcome of a process that began with more informal, liquid materials.” Tate

Giacometti plasters created for 1956 Venice Biennale to be reunited for Tate Modern show

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On 18 January 2017 the UK culture minister, Matt Hancock MP, announced that new export licences were being deferred on the two treasures, but the prices the UK institutions have to match have more than doubled since the first export application. Victoria and Albert Museum The National Trust

Why Clive of India’s treasures are up for export to Qatar again

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yesterday at 11:24. Facebook
Angela Merkel skipped #Trump #inauguration to attend the Museum Barberini opening and described the space as “breath-taking”.

Interview: Software billionaire Hasso Plattner on his ‘breath-taking’ new museum in Potsdam

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01/22/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
Year Ahead 2017: our pick of the top exhibitions opening in July and August, plus dates for your autumn diary.

Must-see shows in July and August 2017 plus dates for your autumn diary

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01/22/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
After Japan opened up to the West in the mid-19th century, its ceramics, fans and textiles became highly fashionable and were frequently depicted in European portraits and interior scenes

How Northern Europeans interpreted Japan

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01/22/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Year Ahead 2017: our pick of the top exhibitions opening in June.

Must-see shows in June 2017

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01/21/2017 at 18:01. Facebook
Whenever a new Claude Monet show appears, the question it inevitably prompts is, why? What more can we possibly learn about one of the most exhibited artists in history?

A fresh impression of Claude Monet

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01/21/2017 at 14:01. Facebook
In a new book, a scholar likens museums to regions and nations in which all sorts of disparate elements are brought together, which in different ways express the past vividly embodied in the present

What they do and how they do it: why museums matter

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