How western art collectors are helping to fund Isis – The Guardian

The Guardian How western art collectors are helping to fund IsisThe GuardianArt collectors and art dealers must apply robust due diligence; purchasers should buy objects from reputable sources, investigate an object's history and procure all documentation, including all requisite licenses and customs forms. If these documents … art – Google News

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Yoko Ono Hospitalized But Not for Stroke: Son Sean Lennon and Rep Give Health Update Following Rumors – E! Online

NBCNews.com Yoko Ono Hospitalized But Not for Stroke: Son Sean Lennon and Rep Give Health Update Following RumorsE! OnlineYoko Ono has been hospitalized for the flu and dehydration and did not suffer a stroke, despite rumors. The 83-year-old artist and widow of The Beatles legend John Lennon arrived at a hospital in New York Friday…

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Fifa president Gianni Infantino wants to reignite ‘love of the game’ – The Guardian

The Guardian Fifa president Gianni Infantino wants to reignite 'love of the game'The GuardianGianni Infantino was elected Fifa president at an extraordinary congress on Friday. Photograph: Alexander Hassenstein – FIFA/Fifa via Getty Images. Press Association. Saturday 27 February 2016 08.01 EST Last modified on Saturday 27 February 2016 08.03 …Infantino election gives FIFA time to start…

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Alice in Wonderland Exhibition (20th Nov 15 to 17th Apr 16)

Although the story has been adapted, appropriated, re-imagined and re-illustrated since its conception, we are still enchanted by Carroll’s original, much loved story, which continues to inspire new g… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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‘Saving’ art for the nation merely disguises the poverty of our museums – The Guardian

The Guardian 'Saving' art for the nation merely disguises the poverty of our museumsThe GuardianIf there is a work of art that's worth buying for Britain, it is surely Alberto Giacometti's Femme (1928-29). Just a quick look at a photo of this modern masterpiece will tell you it is special. There's a softness to it…

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    Arise!

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    Art Galleries Face Pressure to Fund Museum Shows – New York Times

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