EU

‘This performance, exquisite as always, is at once emotional and precise’

By Sarah McCrory

The new document offers advice on EU funding, travel and movement of goods

By Frieze News Desk
Petrof Grand Piano. Courtesy: Petrof, Hradee Králové

‘Light was shone into the darkest corners of the continent to reveal the most wonderful traditions, which had been isolated by cold war ideologies and boundaries’

By Paul Kildea

In further news: artists take National Gallery to court; Tel Aviv protests over ‘loyalty in culture’ bill

‘The cultural sector will suffer and we will suffer’ – a new report calls for preferential agreements for EU arts workers

The planned increase for 2021–27 would take cultural sector funding to EUR€1.9 billion but post-Brexit, UK eligibility is uncertain

In further news: Berlin museums return artworks looted by the Nazis; Russian minister warns of ‘provocations’ at Venice Architecture Biennale