Feeling overwhelmed by the number of content on your news feed? Look at the ‘What to read this week’ – a weekly list of articles worth reading found online by the Lynx Team. Here are the 4 most intriguing stories for art lovers for Monday afternoon.
By Uki Goñi/ The Guardian
Handover marks key moment in Poland’s long effort to regain its lost treasure, amid hopes other descendants of Nazi art thieves will follow example.
By Claire Fallon / The Huffington Post
“Champions of the arts bristled last week at a report from The Hill that President Donald Trump’s agenda might include axing the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) ― along with many other severe budget cuts.”
by Aga Bak / Designboom
“Poznań-based Hispano-Polish design studio Zupagrafika has unveiled “Brutal East”, a kit of illustrated paper cut-outs that allows you to recreate central and eastern European brutalist architecture from the comfort of your desk.”
“It’s only been nine months since longtime London stalwart Lisson Gallery planted its first flag on U.S. soil, opening a massive space on West 24th Street in Chelsea, cleverly built underneath the High Line. After years of planning, it opened last year with a show of work by Carmen Herrera.”
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