What To Read This Week: 25 Feb - 5 Mar

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.


Son of Nazi governor returns art stolen from Poland during second world war

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.

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Horst Wächter: ‘I do not return the objects for me, but for the sake of my mother.’ Photograph: My Nazi Legacy/Wildgaze Films


Here’s What You Can Do To Protect National Arts And Culture Funding

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.”

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WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 21: A general view of atmosphere at the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Amanda Edwards/FilmMagic)


Brutal east: studio Zupagrafika launches post-war architecture paper cut-outs

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.”

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Brutal East, Build Your Own Brutalist Eastern Block.


Lisson Gallery to Open Second New York Space on Tenth Avenue in Chelsea*

 By Nate Freeman / ArtNews
“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.”
*Copyright 2017, Art Media ARTNEWS, llc. 110 Greene Street, 2nd Fl., New York, N.Y. 10012. All rights reserved.

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