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From surfing to art galleries: five of the best things to do in San Diego

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San Diego’s year-round sunshine and surf makes it the perfect road trip stop for water babies, though there’s plenty to discover beyond the shore. With a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old Town and...

From surfing to art galleries: five of the best things to do in San Diego

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San Diego’s year-round sunshine and surf makes it the perfect road trip stop for water babies, though there’s plenty to discover beyond the shore. With a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old Town and...

From surfing to art galleries: five of the best things to do in San Diego

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San Diego’s year-round sunshine and surf makes it the perfect road trip stop for water babies, though there’s plenty to discover beyond the shore. With a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old Town and...

From surfing to art galleries: five of the best things to do in San Diego

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San Diego’s year-round sunshine and surf makes it the perfect road trip stop for water babies, though there’s plenty to discover beyond the shore. With a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old Town and...

‘Germany was 10 years behind’: how Brexit helped Europe’s galleries

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One of the things Stephanie Rosenthal acquired during her 10-year stint in London’s gallery world is an appreciation of the British art of queueing with a smile on your face. After the German art historian quit her jo...

Fa’afafine Yuki Kihara celebrates Samoa’s third gender: ‘Galleries think they can tick the box with me’

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The Venice Biennale is considered one of the most prestigious art events in the world, but Yuki Kihara seems more weary than excited. When asked how it feels to be representing Aotearoa New Zealand with her exhibition...

From surfing to art galleries: five of the best things to do in San Diego

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San Diego’s year-round sunshine and surf makes it the perfect road trip stop for water babies, though there’s plenty to discover beyond the shore. With a diverse range of neighbourhoods, from the historic Old Town and...

Imperial War Museum to use billionaire’s gift to open new galleries

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Images that tell the story of war and conflict over more than 100 years are to go on display for the first time next year in new Imperial War Museum galleries. A multimillion-pound donation from the Blavatnik Family F...

Imperial War Museum Holocaust Galleries review – history’s greatest horror

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How many words, how many pictures, how many objects, does it take to tell the story of both the defining event of the 20th century and that bloody century’s greatest crime? How many square metres would all that fill u...

How artefacts linked to indicted dealer ended up in Australian galleries

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In 2017, Douglas Latchford was under pressure. Once feted by the Cambodian government and acclaimed as an international authority on south-east Asian antiquities, the Thai-based collector was now the subject of an inv...

‘I’ve missed the gym and art galleries’: the big reopening in England

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From Monday, non-essential shops, gyms and art galleries will be reopening in England. People will also be able to stay at campsites, holiday lets and other forms of self-contained accommodation as restrictions are ea...