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Trading Public Art for Social Services?

England has been facing austerity measures and budget cuts for the past few years, particularly in the arts, but this particular case seems to present a poignant illustration of the conflict between economic hardship and visual art. A Henry Moore sculpture first installed in a public housing development might be sold for $32 million to pay for social services in London’s Tower Hamlets borough.

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