In a new exhibition, the difficult process of protecting art throughout and after the second world war is examined and celebrated

Many museum exhibits impress solely on the aesthetic strengths of the pieces on display. Others are curated to offer a powerful narrative about the works’ creators. Rarely does one walk away from a gallery with a spinning head, thinking of the life led by the paintings, drawings and objects themselves.

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