The highlights of some of Europe’s finest private collections of twentieth century and contemporary art will go on show to the public this September through an innovative new project: Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield, it was announced today. Comprising five exhibitions and an international summit, Going Public will bring an array of outstanding twentieth century and contemporary art to sites across the city of Sheffield. This will range from a focused exhibition on Marcel Duchamp, to a survey of leading contemporary Chinese artists, and a presentation at Sheffield Cathedral including Jake and Dinos Chapman and Sarah Lucas. The project draws on the collections of four leading art patrons: Nicolas Cattelain (London), Dominique & Sylvain Levy (DSL Paris), Egidio Marzona (Berlin) and Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin). Kim Streets CEO of Museums Sheffield commented: ‘Sheffield’s

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