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The sale of dusty, unloved artworks offers museums a financial lifeline, but is fraught with danger
Did a Miami Art Gallery really sell a Rembrandt by accident?
This fabulous interpretation of the Beethoven concerto is one of the records of the year
We need to think twice before saying chambers can’t take on a barrister due to private opinions previously expressed, says Andrew Tettenborn
Malthusian extremists oppose GM crops that could save millions
It’s grim down south
No one can sensibly doubt that American primacy is much more agreeable to us than Chinese hegemony
The new Marble Arch reminds me of that Cristiano Ronaldo statue
Jeremy Black’s ominous murder mystery round-up for the early summer
The first duty of a conductor is to imagine a world without noise
Unless we accept uncomfortable truths, we will continue to see people die on the streets
As the architect of austerity against culture and the arts, is the former Chancellor really the right man for the job?