Sickeningly, the Nazi-looted art led to a boom in the global art market from 1941 onward. They stole so very, very much art to fund the war effort: “In the decade leading up to 1945, it’s estimated that the Nazis stole one-fifth of all the artworks in …Read more
The Calvert Journal, 29th Jan 2018.Read more
“The arts could become invisible everywhere except arts organisations if they don’t make themselves more relevant and more job-focused in schools. We need the whole arts sector to engage with education. If we stay in the bubble surrounding the arts, we…Read more
Bevin has spent two years trying to undermine the Arts Council and its work. In addition to his 2016 board reorganization, he forced out veteran executive director Lori Meadows. Her successor, Lydia Bailey Brown, lasted nine months. Since Brown quit five months ago, there has been little apparent effort to find a new director. The annual Governor’s Awards […]Read more
Wired, 24th Nov 2017.Read more
The Art Newspaper, 10th Nov 2017.Read more
The Local, 31st Oct 2017.
Missing means misplaced. Poor records and mismanagement.Read more
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Hyperallergic, 19th Oct 2017.
Apparently the President of the United States owns a copy of a Renoir painting he insists is an original. Go figure.Read more