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Victoria & Albert Museum

Letters: Does the V&A still believe in education?

The Association of Art Historians on the National Slide Library's proposed move from London to Leicester

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Saudi Arabia

Letter to the Editor: Saudi Arabia will collaborate with the world, not only France, to make its cultural heritage accessible

Al-Ula, the most important cultural heritage site in the north-west of the kingdom, will benefit from international standards in heritage preservation and planning

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Letters

Letter to the editor: the Frick's viewing garden is worth preserving

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Letters to the editor, May 2017

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In the frame

OBAs (and YBAs) now eligible for the Turner Prize

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Letters to the editor, November 2016

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Letters to the editor, June 2016

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In the frame

Bloody Trump

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Letters

Letter to the Editor: from Sharon Flescher, IFAR

Re: Former director of scandal-beset Knoedler Gallery breaks her silence, The Art Newspaper, April 2016

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Letters to the editor, March 2016

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Letters, February 2016

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Lee Miller

Letters to the Editor: Lee Miller at the V&A

Exhibition includes rare archival material

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Architecture

Letters to the editor: doubts about the need for a V&A Architecture Centre

Architects no longer need vast resources of the printed word.

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Exhibitions

'Zoomorphic' an overview of contemporary architecture at the V&A Museum

Exploring the animal kingdom's influence on contemporary architecture

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Architecture

Letters: the V&A and RIBA partnership realises that historical architectural materials do have value

A reply correcting some out of date assumptions

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Museums & Heritage

Letters: What are the decorative arts?

A criticism of the phrase

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Gautier Deblonde

Book review: Gautier Deblonde with Mel Gooding on prominent British artists

Artists (Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 1999)

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Victoria & Albert Museum

Letters: V&A has 6,000 pieces of glass to install

Installation of new glass gallery postponed for a year

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Victoria & Albert Museum

Letters: There was no political interference at the V&A

Restructuring proposals not the result of political interference

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Art Basel

Art Basel's coordinators prioritise market over culture

No more free champagne at the 22nd Art fair, from 12 to 17 June

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Ringling Museum

Order, imagination and technology at the new Ringling Museum

After rebuilding work lasting ten years and costing $20 million, the Ringling Museum has been reopened to the public.

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Museums & Heritage

In memoriam: the V&A’s role in the study of historic houses

Care of Ham House and Osterley Park to be taken over by the National Trust