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14 Aug 2012

Masterclass: Tim Knox

“I believe that you should be an authority about the museum that you run, and actually know about the objects in your care – I am a bit old fashioned in this respect. There is a certain tendency today for museum directors to act like the managing director of a company, and leave the detailed knowledge to the curators. That’s not my style.”

Tim Knox, director of Sir John Soane’s Museum, as told to Alexander Gilmour. Part of a series on how arts professionals see their work in the Financial Times, 14 August 2012