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Why it’s not so simple to move art online – and other news from our Europe dispatch

By Pablo Larios

What to know in the EU’s arts and culture this week

By Pablo Larios

In further news: staff at LA MoCA take steps to unionize; Hetain Patel wins Film London Jarman Award

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: LA MoCA’s free admission starts in January 2020; Manchester Museum returns sacred Aboriginal artefacts

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An ultra-conservative, homophobic-platforming curator is set to helm Poland’s leading artistic institution

By Agnieszka Polska

Activists dressed as Greek gods and goddesses drenched in oil

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: Baltimore Museum of Art to only acquire works by female artists in 2020; Nan Goldin leads die-in at V&A

By Frieze News Desk

Iraq pavilion at Venice closes in solidarity with protests; Gus Casely-Hayford to head up V&A East

By Frieze News Desk

Decision follows several arts institutions including the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre cutting ties to fossil fuel giants

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: Okwui Enwezor’s final exhibition; Marciano Art Foundation staffers push to unionize

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: major study into arts and mental health launched; artist pulls out of MoMA PS1 exhibition over alleged prison links

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Jeff Bezos at Amazon Spheres Grand Opening in Seattle, 2018. Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

In further news: National Gallery facing Brexit shipping difficulties; beetle named in honour of Greta Thunberg

By Frieze News Desk