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Pages from Entartete Kunst : A typescript inventory for The 'Reichsministerium für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda'

V&A museum will publish Hitler's list of 'degenerate art' online for the first time

The full inventory of "Entartete Kunst" will be made available to the public

The Nazis deemed works such as Otto Dix’s ‘The Match Seller’ to be degenerate

V&A to publish Hitler's 'degenerate art' list online

The inventory lists the paintings that were forbidden in Nazi Germany

2013 - the year in review: Was Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies of Lucian Freud' worth $142m?

Sale-room records fell repeatedly and resoundingly. But the underlying picture for investors may be more complicated

'Waiting for the Ferry in Sichuan' by Huang Binhong is part of Michael Sullivan's huge collection

A £15m bequest from the collector who brought contemporary Chinese art home to Britain

Michael Sullivan left one of the world’s greatest archives of Oriental art to an Oxford museum

Portrait of Spanish-born artist Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973) in a winter coat, scarf, and beret, 1950s

Show’s lost berets at the ICA paint a picture of Pablo Picasso's influence on Britain

London’s young art enthusiasts were keen to adopt the fashion tips of the Spanish painter

Designs on the shoreline: Mona

Finding the art in Hobart

In this week's Lonely Planet 'Great Escape', Tasmania's capital city reveals a new cultural confidence that sits happily alongside its rugged reputation

'An iconic part of local heritage': Glasgow Council drops £65,000 plans to raise Duke of Wellington statue that reguarly has traffic cones placed on its head

Council planned refurbishment aimed at ending the practice of placing a cone on the figures head

‘Man alone in the universe’: ‘Grande tête mince (Grande tête de Diego)’ has a guide price of £31m

Worth more than its weight in gold – Alberto Giacometti sculpture could fetch £31m at Sotheby's auction

The artist conceived the work in 1954 and cast it the following year

Tracey Emin (b. 1963), To Meet My Past -
four poster bed, mattress, appliquéd linens and curtains.
Executed in 2002.

Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst's works could 'lose significant value after death'

An arts specialist warned prices were inflated due to intensive marketing

Grayson Perry has upset the residents in Wrabness with his new idea

Grayson Perry: 'Most modern art is rubbish'

The Turner Prize-winner said he likes 'very little' contemporary work

'Work No. 227: The lights going on and off'

Tate acquires Martin Creed's controversial Turner Prize-winning piece Work No 227

The Tate is to turn the lights back on, and off, on a more regular basis after buying Martin Creed’s controversial Turner Prize winning piece from 2001.

Room Service: Hotel B, Peru

Art and glamour by the sea in Lima

Antony and the Johnsons at the ROH

Music review: Antony and the Johnsons: Swanlights, Royal Opera House, London

There can’t be many winners of the Mercury Music Prize who could play London’s Royal Opera House and finish the show with the entire audience on their feet shouting “Bravo!” as if the curtains had just come down on La Bohème. But this was hardly your average gig. Besides, the Opera House’s grandness certainly provides the perfect backdrop for Hegarty’s otherworldly tales of sorrow.

Bourgeois, Spider 1 1995

Giant spiders head to National Galleries of Scotland for Louise Bourgeois exhibition

The National Galleries of Scotland is set to stage the country’s first major exhibition of acclaimed American artist Louise Bourgeois, known for her huge bronze sculptures of spiders, later this year.

General Franco pictured in 1936

Sculptor sued over ‘offensive’ Franco artwork

A foundation devoted to perpetuating the memory of General Franco is suing a sculptor for allegedly sullying the former dictator’s reputation by exhibiting a dummy of the man in a Coca-Cola dispenser.

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