2013, we participated in one of the largest exhibitions about ancient Uruk ever made. We already reported in the same year about the exhibition and what it meant for us. It is now long gone, but recently, I read a post by the German Archaeological Institute (in German) about the virtualisation of that exhibition. Back […]
Within days of Russia’s invasion, Ukrainian museum workers knew what was at stake. Taras Voznyak, the director of the Lviv National Art Gallery, said in a statement: “Putin knows that without art, without our history, Ukraine will have a weaker identity.”
This from IMF is humiliating for Kwarteng and Truss: “Given elevated inflation pressures in many countries, including UK, we do not recommend large untargeted fiscal packages at this juncture, as it is important fiscal policy does not work at cross purposes to monetary policy”.