“[Madrid’s flagship museum] has announced plans to make [itself] a ‘far more inclusive’ place by reordering its permanent collection to ensure greater representation of works by female and foreign artists. Miguel Falomir, the Prado’s director, said ‘one of the few positives consequences’ of the COVID pandemic had been the time the museum’s enforced closure had given staff to re-evaluate its treasures and how they were displayed.” – The Guardian

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