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Not here to stay: what makes private museums suddenly close?

Last spring, I visited the Marciano Art Foundation (MAF) in Los Angeles. Marble and travertine-clad, the virtually windowless edifice on Wiltshire Boulevard boasted mosaic panels and …

As Nazi objects and fakes enter collectors’ market, should museums show them?

When it comes to museum attendance, it’s more than just a numbers game

‘Art Rx’: museum tours linked to easing chronic pain

Museums too: what should institutions do when artists are accused of abuse?

Museums have a duty to be political

The mirage of riches in museums’ vaults

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