Museums, Collections and Paradoxes
We want to preserve and utilise as much as possible of our cultural and natural heritage but are no longer able to afford to save it all, if indeed we ever could. This book examines the state of museums and asks some inconvenient questions: Do we really need all those collections? Must everything be saved? Who are museums for? Who will pay? Who will choose?
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