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At Tate Britain's #SargentandFashion exhibition, nearly 60 of John Singer Sargent’s paintings, along with several period garments were displayed alongside the portraits they were worn

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NAOMI: In Fashion is now open at the Victoria and Albert Museum Experience the best of global high fashion and explore the extraordinary career of

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When this happens, it's usually because the owner only shared it with a small group of people, changed who can see it or it's been

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Swiss museum removes art over Nazi looting fears. One of Switzerland's leading art museums says it will remove five paintings from one of its exhibitions

Museums News is at the modernist.

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Museums News visited the 'CTRL-ALT-DEL Photography of Darren Holden' exhibition at the modernist magazine's wonderful shop and gallery space in Manchester. 🖥️ Photographer Darren Holden

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Sir Elton John introduces his 'Fragile Beauty' exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum which presents a series of photographs from the Sir Elton John

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Montréal-based photographer Francois Brunelle (francoisbrunelle.com) takes portraits of totally unrelated people to prove that we all have a look-alike somewhere on the planet. Brunelle has

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European court upholds Italy's right to seize prized Greek bronze statue from Getty. The European Court of Human Rights, or ECHR, determined that Italy’s Ministero

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Thank you for sharing Museums News' review of your retrospective exhibition at the Tate Modern, Yoko Ono 🙏Your journey has been remarkable and we were

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When Museums News stepped into the YOKO ONO: MUSIC OF THE MIND exhibition at Tate Modern it was like embarking on a journey through the

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Birkenhead flat of outsider art is granted Grade II listing. Victory for campaigners of Saving Ron's Place, as elaborately decorated property is honoured with protected

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“Politicians discussing global warming” — that’s what social media users have dubbed this tiny puddle sculpture in Berlin by Spanish street artist Isaac Cordal The

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In 1663, the partial fossilised skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros was discovered in Germany. This is the “Magdeburg Unicorn”, one of the worst fossil reconstructions

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Louise Bourgeois' monumental bronze sculpture 'Spider' (1996) looms over the living room of gallerist, Ursula Hauser. Hauser, one of the co-founders of mega-gallery Hauser &

Museums News is at Shinyokohama ramen museum.

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The world’s first ramen museum: Shinyokohama ramen museum in Yokohama, Japan 🍜👌 With just 450 yen ($3) entry fee, you can get to know ramen