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Germany proposes new fund to acquire nationally significant art German culture minister Monika Grütters has outlined plans for the creation of a national multimillion Euro fund for the acquisition of culturally significant artworks.

1. Installation photograph of the exhibition, ‘Bauhaus: 1919-1928’, at MoMA, New York which was on view from Dec. 7, 1938, through Jan. 30, 1939
2. Carleton Watkins, Merced River, View down the Valley, 1861, courtesy George Eastman Museum

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