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442px) 100vw, 442px" />In all the doting coverage of ‘Defining Beauty: The Body in Ancient Greek Art’ at the British Museum, no mention was made of the fact that the bulk of major exhibits featured were from the museum’s own //--> collection. Stupidly,

I had believed – and perhaps was even misled by advance publicity – that the exhibition
would feature
a range of major sculptures
I hadn’t seen before. I should have known better. During the months before the display opened, regular visitors would src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> have noticed a weekly disappearance of prize pieces from //--> the Greek and Roman galleries. Indeed,

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for two months
in advance of the
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show half the Duveen gallery
exhibiting Parthenon material was crudely boarded off like a building site. Art critics, many of whom nowadays are at sea dealing with anything

made before last weekend, were bowled middle stump by
Defining

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Art. They didn’t know the BM sufficiently well to realise that many works for which they were recommending
the public pay handsomely could have been

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seen free any time in the

the Department of Culture, the House of
Commons’ Select Committee, and assorted museum trustees, all otherwise so proudly defensive google_ad_client = "ca-pub-3967079123942817"; of our free museums, let them get away with it. However, Defining Beauty set new standards in such fraud. With the exception of
a rare
bronze of middling quality recently trawled from the Adriatic

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off Croatia, the influential Belvedere torso

in my experience closed for years, were open ­– a red letter day indeed.

­ As I write, news arrives that the BM has leased for five years

500 works to a Qatari museum for an undisclosed fee. Depletions to galleries of the sort mentioned above will, it seems, google_ad_client = "ca-pub-3967079123942817"; become a permanent fixture as the museum realises its main financial asset is the quality of collections they can pimp to the google_ad_width = 970; highest bidder (which, conveniently, fucks Greece). Am I the only one google_ad_slot = "6023194682"; who thinks renting masterpieces in bulk to the Middle East is just a tad risky?

We are entering a different age to that post-war world of museums where I discovered escape, solitude, inspiration

and willing expertise on tap. Museums no longer principally exist to benefit those dedicated to what they preserve. I regret this loss of

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innocence and its replacement by venal opportunism. At the same time,