The ‘Gurlitt case’, as Anna Blair traces in her article in this magazine, is a prism for a nexus of hitherto not unrelated but rarely ever so intertwined (art) historical, moral, political, and economic conundrums.
Jonas L. Tinius
Jonas L. Tinius is a doctoral researcher in the Division of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, U.K. His work explores the dynamics of art traditions, patronage, and aesthetics in relation to German theatre.
Brecht's Stories from the Revolution are insightful, idiosyncratic and profound pieces of political poetry.
With cuts threatening to plunge state-subsidised arts institutions into crisis, how should they respond?