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The sculpture, which became a viral sensation, required 1000 hours of restoration work

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The Professional Organization for Women in the Arts’s salary survey suggests that a master’s degree might not be the key to success

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Chagall, a Russian Jew, was forced to flee occupied France in 1941 following the Nazi invasion

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Peel’s departure follows a Guardian report which links her to a controversial Israeli technology firm

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In further news: Berlin’s Jewish Museum director resigns following controversial tweet; Baltimore Museum of Art sells Warhol to diversify collection

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The landmark exhibition will mark 500 years since the death of the Italian master

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In further news: Humboldt Forum delays opening; Venice’s Lithuanian Pavilion to stage additional performances

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The artist is remembered for her sinister interpretations of pop culture

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René Pollesch to head the experimental theatre in 2021, following Chris Dercon’s controversial appointment and departure

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‘Warm and melodious’: sound library discovers what may be only recording of Mexican artist

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In further news: Tate collection heads to Shanghai’s Pudong Museum of Art; photojournalist Newsha Tavakolian banned from working in Iran

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A group of leading artists and a judge of the annual BP portrait prize have urged the London institution to cut ties with the oil company

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