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Musée Champollion
 
Musée Champollion
Vif | From 5 June
The home of the man who cracked the riddle of the Rosetta Stone is now a museum of Egyptology
 

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Fire and Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine
 
Fire and Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine
Corning Museum of Glass | 3 July–31 Dec
From ancient grape harvests to contemporary glassware – vessels of vino across time
 

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Hôtel de la Marine
 
Hôtel de la Marine
Paris | From 12 June
The sumptuous former headquarters of the French navy are now in ship-shape condition
 

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The Giacometti: A Family of Creators
 
The Giacometti: A Family of Creators
Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul de Vence | 3 July–14 Nov
Alberto Giacometti was by no means the only talented artist in the family
 

 
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John Martin Gallery presents 'Walking The Land' by Anne Magill (30 June–5 July) | Misty scenes from the Brighton-based painter
 
Lehmann Maupin presents Body Topographies (16 June–4 September) | Works by five influential women artists from around the globe offer a nuanced take on the female gaze
 
London Art Week Showcase Exhibition (2–9 July) | Paintings, drawings, sculptures and objets d'art from the LAW cohort of dealers, supplementing the shows in their own galleries
 
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art presents A Sense of Place: Landscapes of the 19th and 20th Centuries (30 June–11 July) | Over 50 drawings, watercolours and oil sketches from 1820–1960
 
Drawing Room presents Drawing Biennial 2021 (1–5 July) | An exhibition and auction of more than 300 artworks providing a snapshot of how artists are working with drawing today
 
Coming soon: Gray M.C.A. presents From Bauhaus To Our House: Mid 20th Century Female Designers (7–11 July) | Vivid modernist textiles from a host of innovative women artists
 
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George Osborne has been appointed the next chair of the British Museum | Teddy Roosevelt's statue is to lose its spot outside the American Museum of Natural History |  After fierce criticism, the Pompidou's Brussels outpost has changed its mind about appointing two directors instead of one| The Royal Academy has apologised to an artist for removing her work from its gift shop after allegations of transphobia
 
George Osborne has been appointed the next chair of the British Museum | Teddy Roosevelt's statue is to lose its spot outside the American Museum of Natural History | After fierce criticism, the Pompidou's Brussels outpost has changed its mind about appointing two directors instead of one | The Royal Academy has apologised to an artist for removing her work from its gift shop after allegations of transphobia
 

 
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Poor Matt Hancock – he could still be having it easy as culture secretary
 
Poor Matt Hancock – he could still be having it easy as culture secretary
 

 
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