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Dispatches from our Man at the Antarctic Biennale: Ushuaia with Yto Barrada

..., we should all wear tinfoil crowns aboard. I aim for 11, lights-out, and no alcohol luckily as hangover tomorrow would be added horror. Just how savage shall tomorrow be? Dispatches from our Man at the Antarctic Biennale: Ushuaia with Yto Barrada #Comment #Dispatches_from_our_Man_at_the_Antarctic_Biennale #Antarctic_Biennale

Positive news from Egypt

... Geerling is an Amsterdam-based antiquities dealer specialising in Greek, Etruscan, Roman and Egyptian artefacts. He campaigns widely for the legitimate trade, and addressed Unesco and Europol conferences among others in 2016 Positive news from Egypt #Comment

The healing power of great buildings comes at a price

... and architectural historian. Her latest book, Chaos & Culture: Renzo Piano Building Workshop and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens, is forthcoming from the Monacelli Press The healing power of great buildings comes at a price #Comment

Comment: Is expertise at risk at the Victoria and Albert Museum?

... takes decades to build up the expertise on which all the rest can be built. • Anna Somers Cocks is the chairman of The Art Newspaper and a former assistant keeper at the V&A Comment: Is expertise at risk at the Victoria and Albert Museum? #Museums #Comment #Fairs #Tefaf

Remembering the ghost soldiers of the Somme

... from the monumental to something more intensely human, both personal and collective. 14-18 NOW is bringing a contemporary vision to the age-old need to remember. Jenny Waldman is the director of 14-18 NOW Remembering the ghost soldiers of the Somme #Comment

Federal arts funding is on the White House’s hit list

... prevent the federal culture agencies from becoming the earliest casualties in the war. Brian Allen is the former director of the Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts Federal arts funding is on the White House’s hit list #News #Comment

Russian art loans embargo was never about US immunity law

... good news. But the embargo was never justifiable by the effects of US law. • Nicholas M. O’Donnell is a Boston-based partner at Sullivan & Worcester and the editor of the Art Law Report Russian art loans embargo was never about US immunity law #Comment

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

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