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Agreed, although I might emphasise more the convergence of corporate agendas and museum agendas - I don't think the sector has done itself many favours. I've linked to this in my post about the Tate re-hang: http://grumpyarthistorian.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/tate-britain-rehang-nice-display.html

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