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    Antiques Magazine Archive, March 2021

    Contested ownership claims failed to dampen collector interest in the auction. Eileen

    Contested ownership claims failed to dampen collector interest in the auction. Eileen

    Christie’s Sale of Man Ray Works Was a Smashing Success—But the Artist’s Trust Says the $7.1 Million Auction Never Should Have Happened

    04/03/2021
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    Industry leaders have welcomed the news, but stress the need for sustained financial support.

    Industry leaders have welcomed the news, but stress the need for sustained financial support.

    The UK Government Is Infusing Its Struggling Arts Sector With More Than £486 Million in Its 2021 Budget

    04/03/2021
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    Keep your distance, former culture ministers warn UK government

    Keep your distance, former culture ministers warn UK government

    Independence of museums and heritage bodies is at risk, say Ed Vaizey and Chris Smith, as Johnson’s government pushes ‘anti-woke’ agenda

    01/03/2021
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    PRESENTS FROM THE PAST BOX RIVER NEWS. Your monthly Antiques and Art column from Art Expert, Iain Brunt.

    PRESENTS FROM THE PAST BOX RIVER NEWS. Your monthly Antiques and Art column from Art Expert, Iain Brunt.

    Welcome to the first of I hope many monthly columns I’ll be writing about the antiques and art industry for the Box River News. Having worked in the antiques world for over 35 years I am becoming an antique myself, so I know what I’m talking about! 

    01/03/2021
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    The Gray Market: Why the Art World Needs a Clear Marker for What the ‘End of the Pandemic’ Means

    The Gray Market: Why the Art World Needs a Clear Marker for What the ‘End of the Pandemic’ Means

    Last week, a head-on collision between good and bad news led close watchers of the pandemic to investigate whether the US (and perhaps the wider world) has reached the most pivotal intersection in the saga to date… and if so, whether we’re poised to make the right or wrong turn as we cross the border from winter to spring. 

    But when it comes to projecting the art industry’s timeline for full re-emergence from lockdown, we would be wise to note what several health experts are stressing in unison: the way various constituencies choose to think about the facts on the ground in the coming months will be just as important as the facts themselves.

    01/03/2021
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    The Victoria and Albert Museum Will Cut a Fifth of Its Curatorial Staff as Part of a Sweeping Round of Layoffs

    The Victoria and Albert Museum Will Cut a Fifth of Its Curatorial Staff as Part of a Sweeping Round of Layoffs

    The museum will restructure its curatorial departments, organizing them by time period, rather than by material.

    01/03/2021
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