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A view of the Dvortsovaya Square and the General Staff Building
Mikhail Piotrovsky, the urbane director of the State Hermitage Museum in the Winter Palace, has been connected to the museum from birth. His father, Boris Piotrovsky, was director for nearly 40 years in the Soviet era of the monumental museum that grew out of the collections of Catherine the Great and the nationalisation of tsarist riches.
The world’s oldest and most prestigious art biennial launches again this May in Venice with Ralph Rugoff, director of London’s Hayward Gallery, at the helm. The 58th International Art Exhibition ( 11 May–24 November) is entitled May You Live in Interesting Times, a reference to periods of crisis and suffering.
Spring 2020 will see the opening of Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things – an exhibition of photographs from the 1920s and 1930s at London's National Portrait Gallery.
"Creativity, questioning, courage, moxie, a sense of humour about ourselves.” Anne Pasternak, the director of the Brooklyn Museum, is reeling off Brooklyn’s characteristics. Her proposition on the borough’s nature is inherently unprovable. As a mission statement for a museum, however, it is compelling: “What if the things we think of Brooklyn as, along with the real diversity of Brooklyn, were our strengths?”

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