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The Gallery of Lost Art
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Last chance to see Lost Art

The Gallery of Lost Art, the one year project that has showcased lost, stolen and destroyed artworks to over 100,000 visitors, will close this Thursday.

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Laurent Grasso
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PICTURED #2: Laurent Grasso, Specola Vaticana

Continuing our new series on visually-rich books, Tim Clark turns his attention to historic images of popes and bishops looking through telescopes in the Vatican Observatory, featured in the publication Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing, which accompanies the exhibition of the same name.

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Luke Jerram
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National Glass Centre reopens after major redevelopment

This weekend sees the reopening of the National Glass Centre after a major redevelopment scheme that has doubled its exhibition capacity and learning spaces.
 We talk to the centre’s director and exhibiting artists, and find out what’s being shown – and made – at the centre.

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Centre is Here
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Symposium report: alternative art schools

The Centre is Here symposium saw representatives of alternative art schools presenting their visions for art education. Kathryn Ashill, who starts an MA at Glasgow School of Art in September, found plenty to take on board as she prepares to embark on her course.

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Brett Rogers
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The Photographers’ Gallery unveils young patrons group

A new membership scheme from The Photographers’ Gallery aiming to nurture the next generation of art collectors and philanthropists, launches tonight. We talk to Director Brett Rogers about the project, and about future prospects and challenges as the organisation celebrates the first anniversary of its reopening.

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Joseph Koudelka
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Venice for the first time: this year’s debut pavilions

The 55th Venice Biennale sees ten national pavilions making an appearance for the first time, including the Golden Lion-winning Angola pavilion, the Maldives’ critique of environmental orthodoxies and The Holy See’s headline grabbing debut. Together, they tell of disappearance, natural disaster and genocide.

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