Robots and submarines: France's new state-of-the-art ship is a game changer for marine archaeology The Art Newspaper

 

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2021/03/19/robots-and-submarines-frances-new-state-of-the-art-ship-is-a-game-changer-for-marine-archaeology. Read here

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‘My parents’ trauma is my trauma’ – Veronica Ryan on making first Windrush monument The Guardian

 

With a solo show, a commission to make UK’s first Windrush monument and an OBE, the British artist has stepped out of the shadows. Read here

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Bourse de Commerce: opening of Pinault's long-awaited Paris museum is—pandemic permitting—finally around the corner The Art Newspaper

 

Two decades since the billionaire started planning a home for his collection in the French capital, the spectacular space opens in 2021. Read here

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The ceasefire agreement with Azerbaijan comes with great risks for Armenia The Guardian

 

While Azerbaijanis can rightly celebrate a return to homes they were driven from 30 years ago, Armenian culture is in peril. Read more here

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Uyghur civilisation in China continues to be erased as part of chilling mission The Art Newspaper

 

Australian think tank data reveals that two-thirds of the region’s mosques have been either destroyed or damaged.

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Monumental loss: Azerbaijan and 'the worst cultural genocide of the 21st century' The Guardian

 

A damning new report details an attempted erasure by Azerbaijan of its Armenian cultural heritage, including the destruction of tens of thousands of Unesco-protected ancient stone carvings. Read more here

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Comrades for ever: how D-day bravery was sculpted in bronze The Guardian

 

As a new British memorial to the Normandy landings is unveiled today on Gold beach, artist David Williams-Ellis talks about its creation.

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Need arts funding? Well, try hustling like Americans

The Times

 

US philanthropists give more to the arts than their British counterparts. Institutions need bold new strategies.

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