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Museums must reflect the reality of acquisition. Cheddie, Janice Aug 1, 2020 699
Unmasking the K.G.B. Brief article Apr 22, 2019 200
'Shouldn't David be in Florence?' Tristram Hunt on the restored Cast Courts at the V&A. Hunt, Tristram Nov 1, 2018 872
The Assyrian Sculptures from the Nergal Gate Museum at Nineveh before the Islamic State's Attack. Brusasco, Paolo Report Jul 1, 2018 8623
OUT OF THE ORDINARY: The new World Gallery at the Horniman Museum and Gardens, London, stresses the everyday nature of anthropological artefacts--at a museum that is anything but mundane. Ahmed, Fatema Organization overview Jul 1, 2018 2176
The monuments that made Mexico: John-Paul Stonard on the Museo Nacional de Antropologia. Stonard, John-Paul Feb 1, 2018 981
MAKING HISTORY MATTER. Kahn, Eve Feb 1, 2018 2597
Museum Musings in Philadelphia. Brooks, Iris Jan 1, 2018 2775
BENIN DIALOGUE GROUP: Perhaps No Longer a Dialogue with the Deaf! University of Cambridge Students to the Rescue! Shyllon, Folarin Dec 1, 2017 2499
State will get deserved spotlight. Nov 17, 2017 476
Wanata's Clothing in Edinburgh. Johnson, Michael G. Nov 1, 2017 5609
Manitoba Electrical Museum a Christmas Treat. Brief article Sep 22, 2017 267
The open museum. Oldham, Martin Interview Jan 1, 2017 2654
Is that Noah's ark? Brief article Sep 1, 2016 161
San Francisco rising. Nicholson, Louise May 1, 2016 2640
Luminaries dialogue in Florence's redesigned cathedral museum. Wecker, Menachem Nov 20, 2015 1596
The quietest Air Force. Cholewczynski, George Aug 1, 2015 1039
David Lewis, co-founder and co-chair of the commission for looted art in Europe. Apr 1, 2015 744
Wall flowers: there are very few women in historical art collections, so how can museums address this imbalance in their permanent displays and temporary exhibitions--and should they even try? Brun, Lily Le Essay Mar 1, 2015 2098
Timothy Potts sets out anew vision for the Getty Villa. Potts, Timothy Feb 1, 2015 736
Kunstmuseum Bern accepts Gurlitt gift. Gray, Maggie Brief article Jan 1, 2015 105
From the archives. O'Byrne, Robert Nov 1, 2014 796
Hard times? Wakefield, Jack Sep 1, 2014 2177
Are encyclopaedic museums concentrating too much on contemporary art? Jul 1, 2014 1576
Tiffany Jenkins asks whether museums should withhold loans to Russia. Essay May 1, 2014 813
Two jewel boxes. Marks, Thomas Column Mar 1, 2014 673
Promoting German automobile technology and the automobile industry: the Motor Hall at the Deutsches Museum, 1933-1945. Gundler, Bettina Essay Dec 1, 2013 11174
Prairie Mountain Regional Museums Collections. Brief article Sep 22, 2013 140
Forum: should a more relaxed attitude to deaccessioning be encouraged? Sep 1, 2013 1687
Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 269
(Re)interpreting an Australian horse-drawn vehicle collection. Powell, Jeff Jun 1, 2013 1546
Success! UEL heritage centre digital project. Tackaberry, Brian Brief article Mar 22, 2013 291
Tablet editions: the 'Iliac tablets', which compress entire epic poems into hand-held objects, offer a remarkable insight into the Roman fascination with concepts of scale. With their complex interplay between images and texts, these tiny objects raise much larger questions about visual and verbal representation in the classical world. Squire, Michael Feb 1, 2013 7767
A trio of Victoria Cross medals awarded to residents of Valour Road will be coming to the Manitoba Museum in 2014. Brief article Jan 1, 2013 103
Liberace extravaganza! Soloman, Connie Furr; Jewett, Jan Jan 1, 2013 3877
Goa Chitra: the lone archivist Victor Hugo Gomes. Viegas, Savia Dec 1, 2012 709
Cultural fusion: Singapore has historically been a meeting point for diverse peoples and traditions. Its Asian Civilisations Museum reflects this with intelligent recent acquisitions and an exciting exhibition programme that explores cultural exchange across the continent. McCullough, Theresa Nov 1, 2012 1958
Historic photographic record of veiled woman. Brief article Oct 1, 2012 154
Cycling as heritage: representing the history of cycling in the Netherlands. Stoffers, Manuel Essay Jun 1, 2012 9496
The Killarney Guide reports that the deteriorating J. A. V. David Museum building, one of the town's oldest structures, was torn down in December 2011. Brief article Mar 22, 2012 228
Brandon General Museum and Archives. Brief article Mar 22, 2012 116
Bring museums to life: visitors, unusual juxtapositions can animate static images. Douglis, Philip N. Jan 1, 2012 602
Acquisition of the year: the Nimrud Ivories form the largest acquisition the British Museum has made since the Second World War, and were secured following a public fund-raising campaign. These exquisitely carved decorative objects have been in storage since 1963, and can finally be studied and enjoyed by all. Negrotti, Rosanna Dec 1, 2011 4415
Celebrating British talent. Humphries, Oscar Apr 1, 2011 489
Set in style: a greater appreciation of the importance of jewellery within the decorative arts lies behind many recent museum acquisitions--but some superb examples continue to be overlooked. Scarisbrick, Diana Apr 1, 2011 3888
Grant's Museum of Victorian Zoology: Natasha McEnroe on the reopening of a fascinating but little-known collection. McEnroe, Natasha Mar 1, 2011 914
Welcome to the dollhouse: the patients may be dolls, but the doctor is an artist in residence. Feerick, Jack Mar 1, 2011 1306
The history of gold. Worker, Julian Feb 1, 2011 1462
CMU Museum returns Native-American remains. Brief article Jan 1, 2011 211
Arcadia in Japan: on remote islands in the Seto Inland Sea, far away from Tokyo, Soichiro Fukutake has pioneered a series of museums and contemporary art projects that offer an oasis of tranquility. Richard, Sophie Essay Oct 1, 2010 2258
Exhibits at Whyte Museum in Banff. Narine, Shari Brief article Aug 1, 2010 134
Galleries of Modern London. Lay, Paul Jul 1, 2010 335
Lutron artifacts at home in the Smithsonian. Tarricone, Paul Jun 1, 2010 355
Pride, joy and tragedy: Corinne Julius is impressed by the breadth of material on display at London's newly reopened Jewish Museum. Julius, Corinne May 1, 2010 918
Safeguarding Africa's heritage: Zagba Oyortey looks at some of the ways that Africa can have its looted art treasures accounted for and ownership returned through national and international partnerships. A major concern, though, is the current rampant trafficking of African artefacts to private museums and the degradation of archaeological sites, in which Africans themselves are shamefully involved. Oyortey, Zagba May 1, 2010 2069
Visiting the museum of the world's first gas turbine powerplant. Langston, Lee S. Column Apr 1, 2010 846
The Cold War Museum to locate at Vint Hill. Mar 22, 2010 477
Drax turbine for museum. Brief article Mar 10, 2010 197
Rebirth of the Ashmolean: the world's oldest public museum has received an architectural makeover. Peter Furtado takes delight in the accessible new layout and the intelligent display of the collection's many treasures. Furtado, Peter Feb 1, 2010 1285
Rome and its museums: 1870-2010. Bernini, Rita Essay Jan 1, 2010 6174
Lee Hibbert visits a bike museum that rose from the ashes. Oct 21, 2009 381
Diamonds in the rough. McManus, Leslie Column Aug 1, 2009 369
Keeping the dream alive: Iowa man brings International Harvester museum to life. Vossler, Bill Aug 1, 2009 2000
Review: a surprising amount of the old machinery in Bradford's industrial museum was in use within living memory. Pullin, John Jun 10, 2009 591
Tools for healing and harming: Wendy Moore catches a rare glimpse of a medical collection that includes tonsil guillotines and implements for trepanning. Moore, Wendy May 1, 2009 1044
L. Ron-dezvous. Adler, Ben Jan 1, 2009 870
Long live plastics: with plastics in museums decomposing, a new effort seeks to halt the demise of materials commonly thought to be unalterable. Perkins, Sid Nov 8, 2008 1923
100m [pounds sterling] bargain. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 121
'Pain' Ends as Massive Cartoon Cargo Arrives in Ohio. Astor, Dave Brief article Oct 1, 2008 314
En hommage a de Gaulle: France opens its first museum to the General. Hadley, Kathryn Oct 1, 2008 344
An ancient land and the dream that won't die. Frykberg, Mel Oct 1, 2008 1159
The harsh judgment of the Museum. Fulford, Robert Sep 22, 2008 2121
Greek heritage: the Benaki collection at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Leroux, Georges Sep 22, 2008 1852
The Swoose comes home to roost. Brief article Sep 22, 2008 166
Story on Schulz Museum Asks: Is THAT Book There or Not? Brief article Sep 22, 2008 126
Diverse museums open. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 148
What's the news? See it at the Newseum. Patterson, Margot Aug 8, 2008 1621
Chester Gould-Dick Tracy Museum Closes After 17 Years. Brief article Jun 2, 2008 130
Connecting to Collections: A Call to Action. Bowen, Katherine; Rogers, Nancy Report Apr 1, 2008 185
Top secret! Brief article Mar 22, 2008 82
Journalism's 'gilded disaster'. Mar 22, 2008 310
Stalemate persists over American Indian remains at UC Museum: native groups want more control over repatriation process. Rogers, Ibram Feb 21, 2008 863
The art of modern living: Peter Furtado previews a show of the British response to the Post-Impressionist view of modern life, at Tate Britain. Furtado, Peter Feb 1, 2008 649
Viva la diva! For the ultimate fan pilgrimage, celebrate the lives and times of gay-popular icons old and new at these carefully (sometimes obsessively) curated private collections and diva museums. Ocean, Justin Website list Jan 29, 2008 456
Acquisition of the year. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 282
Museum acquisitions 2007: a selection. Dec 1, 2007 3008
Modernism for old masters: the Bode Museum and Berlin's Museums' Island. Boucher, Bruce Dec 1, 2007 1802
Shrine of America's pastime. Turner-Yamamoto, Judith Bell Dec 1, 2007 1627
Where quantity yields to quality: acquiring for the Kimbell: Timothy Potts, director of the Kimbell from 1998 to 2007, looks back over the successes and challenges during nine years of collecting for a museum interested only in the best. Potts, Timothy Cover story Oct 1, 2007 3944
Pleasure & politics: Cranach's the judgement of Paris: the Kimbell recently acquired an extremely well preserved Judgement of Paris by Lucas Cranach the Elder. Nancy E. Edwards explores the painting's meaning and investigates the possibility that it was made for Hendrik III, Count of Nassau-Breda, whose portrait by Gossaert is also in the museum. Edwards, Nancy E. Oct 1, 2007 4137
The stuff of life: Peter Furtado meets Robert Opie, chronicler of everyday life, who will be opening the doors of his treasure-trove museum of ephemera for a special event for History Today readers next month. Furtado, Peter Aug 1, 2007 700
Seattle news: Seattle Art Museum is undergoing a dynamic renaissance--from new galleries and major acquisitions to the creation of a sculpture park. Nicholson, Louise Jun 1, 2007 1478
Casts & connoisseurs: the early reception of the Elgin Marbles: this month is the 200th anniversary of the Elgin Marbles going on public view in London. The response they received was at first mixed, yet, for reasons that Marc Fehlmann explains, by the 1830s they had become integral to western art history and students everywhere were copying casts of them. Fehlmann, Marc Jun 1, 2007 4902
Lost masterpieces and happy endings. Bader, Alfred Mar 22, 2007 3848
SS Great Britain. Divall, Colin Mar 1, 2007 2089
Italy versus getty. Brief article Feb 1, 2007 106
Gift of Charles Kean material to the Mander & Mitchenson Theatre Collection. Davis, Kristy Brief article Oct 1, 2006 264
Ripper revealed? Brief article Sep 1, 2006 138
Mackintosh reigns. Brief article Aug 1, 2006 149
Development threat. Brief article Aug 1, 2006 144
Heritage Watch. Arkenberg, Rebecca Brief article Aug 1, 2006 224
Signal Museum opens new exhibit with 1918 wire cart. Davies, Kristy Jun 22, 2006 597
New light on ancient Egypt: Helen Strudwick, Curator of the Egyptian galleries at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, explains the new refurbishment at the museum and the opportunities it has afforded. Strudwick, Helen Jun 1, 2006 808
Minimalist collecting: why have British museums in the past 50 years collected so little contemporary art? Gayford, Martin Jun 1, 2006 1169
Hidden culture: Liverpool's mantle as the 2008 European 'City of Culture' looks increasingly threadbare, as a church with a unique Italian baroque interior is closed, while 33m [pounds sterling] is spent on a new museum that will spoil a world heritage site. Stamp, Gavin Jun 1, 2006 1233
The Pope's museum: in the June 1991 issue, John Pope-Hennessy's waspish memoirs were given a stinging review by John Rowlands, then Keeper of Prints and drawings at the British Museum. Rowlands, John Mar 1, 2006 470
Piecework. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Feb 1, 2006 223
The man of the Holy Shroud: a travelling exhibit. Marinelli, Emanuela Feb 1, 2006 1193
Motherboards and desert sands: stories of Australian rural women. Dale-Hallett, Liza; Diffey, Rhonda Jan 1, 2006 8562
Spy vs. Spy along the beltway. Jan 1, 2006 780
Devil in the details: Greil Marcus on Harvey Kurtzman. Marcus, Greil Nov 1, 2005 1694
Remastered narrative: Aaron Betsky on Herzog & de Meuron's de Young Museum. Betsky, Aaron Oct 1, 2005 1985
MoLAA kicks off celebration with sculpture garden. Oct 1, 2005 460
A cultural stop: taking in the museum and art scene in London. Valentine, Jeanette Aug 1, 2005 538
Master Rauschenberg on display. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 165
Photography as expressive fine art. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 141
The world according to Liverpool: Charlotte Crow visits the new World Museum Liverpool, which has been newly refurbished in time for the city's big year, 2008, when it will wear the mantle of European City of Culture. Crow, Charlotte Jun 1, 2005 736
As APOLLO'S review of museum acquisitions of 2004 went to press, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that it had bought a panel by Duccio. Spanier, Samson Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 130
Cleveland Museum acquires ancient sculpture ... Brief Article Aug 1, 2004 239
Grave injustice: federal laws about burial remains put politics before science. Vincent, Steven Jul 1, 2004 3743
Caribbean model of memory. Kiernan, James Patrick May 1, 2004 535
After the looting was over: one year after the Iraq war, the damage to the country's National Museum is still being assessed. Martin Bailey provides the latest report on international help for the collection, illustrated with photographs by the British Museum's John Curtis, the first foreign curator to reach Baghdad. Bailey, Martin May 1, 2004 2257
Fred Schneider Museum auction: Canadian "super collector's" estate offered to the public. Hollis, Scott May 1, 2004 725
The celluloid dreamhouse. Looseleaf, Victoria Apr 1, 2004 457
The interactive museum of news being built in Washington, D.C., the Newseum, added more than 500 journalism-related artifacts to the museum's collection in 2003. Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 158
Kenwood's lost chapter: Julius Bryant reveals the forgotten story of the National Gallery's management of the Iveagh Bequest, 1928-49. Bryant, Julius Cover Story Mar 1, 2004 5006
Museum matters. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 209
Steinway donates unique piano to music museum. (Items of Interest). Brief Article Oct 1, 2002 189
Nigeria wants its artworks back. (Business Briefs). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 143
Museum refuses to return sacred Ethiopian artifacts. (World). Donovan, Gill Brief Article Feb 22, 2002 222
Making Stuff Last. GORMAN, JESSICA Dec 9, 2000 1983
Potter's Museum of Curiosity. Cavendish, Richard Column Sep 1, 1994 929

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