Sun 25 July 2010, The Sunday Times


By Richard Brooks
They were called guards or warders, and often looked and acted as if they were in charge of prisoners. Except that they were employed by our museums and galleries. Try to talk to them about a Matisse or a Hirst, and you would be treated as if you were on Prisoner: Cell Block H.
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