‘If we don’t work together, we will see very dark times,’ says Roth

THE ART NEWSPAPER | Julia Halperin:

Dozens of museum leaders from the US and China are gathering in New York this week to compare notes and brainstorm ways to promote cultural exchange between their two nations. The US-China Museum Summit, which kicks off today (until 28 September), is the third biannual meeting between the two groups and is co-organised by the American Federation of Arts (AFA) and the Asia Society. As the speakers at the summit revealed, cultural exchange is much easier said than done. In recent years, practical challenges, including costs, cultural differences and language barriers, have limited exhibition sharing between China and the US… Read more

Image: A learning opportunity: although the Getty was initially put off about showing replicas of the Cave Temples of Dunhuang, they proved so popular that the museum had to introduce timed tickets