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Local collections should be nationalised to halt sell-offs

... policy and funding would be diluted. And, best of all, no great works of art could be sold. Ministers, wield your pens. • Bendor Grosvenor is an art historian, art dealer and broadcaster Local collections should be nationalised to halt sell-offs #Comment

We turn our back on expertise at our peril

... summary of the key points from Tim Hunter’s speech at a seminar on risk management in the art market, which was organised by Art Market Minds and K&L Gates and took place in London on 10 November We turn our back on expertise at our peril #Art_market #Comment

Why Brussels is not the new Berlin

... Perhaps, however, what keeps Brussels attractive is its latent sense of expectancy, the promise of a perpetual becoming which is never fulfilled. • Katerina Gregos is a Brussels-based curator, writer and lecturer Why Brussels is not the new Berlin #Comment

Artists should give proper credit to Hollywood

... special-effects technicians in his publications, such as exhibition catalogues.” • Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen, co-curator with Beatrix Ruf of Jordan Wolfson: Manic/Love and Truth/Love at the Stedelijk Artists should give proper credit to Hollywood #Comment

Why I like Art Abu Dhabi more than Art Basel in Miami Beach

... Nusseibeh can build on this well disposed public, the growing and ever more educated creative energy, not to mention the excitement the Louvre Abu Dhabi’s inauguration next year will arouse. Why I like Art Abu Dhabi more than Art Basel in Miami Beach #Comment #Art_Basel_Miami_Beach #Abu_Dhabi_Art

Why ratifying the Hague Convention matters

... statement it would be for the government to really commit to the protection of cultural property by establishing a small, permanent central team for the Blue Shield to co-ordinate activity in the future. Why ratifying the Hague Convention matters #Comment #heritage

Museums are the diplomats of the 21st century

... Damascus in exile, which is now in Berlin. Cultural relations and education policy are an indispensable part of foreign policy, particularly in difficult times and when collaborating with difficult partners. Museums are the diplomats of the 21st century #Comment

Letters to the editor, November 2016

... Raven coming this winter. The galleries will continue to champion women artists across the generations throughout all areas of our programme. Lizzie Carey-Thomas , head of programmes, Serpentine Galleries Letters to the editor, November 2016 #Letters #Comment

Axing art history in schools devalues our cultural life

... perhaps more vital now than it has been for generations. To axe the A-level is not just to harm educational provision at secondary and tertiary levels: it is to devalue the culture in which we live. Axing art history in schools devalues our cultural life #Comment

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