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By: Art Not Oil
Date: Tue, 12/09/2017 - 3:39pm
  • Performers set up fake BP “welcoming committee” in front of Scythians exhibition for two and a half hours
  • “Invisible theatre” performance highlights irony of BP sponsoring exhibits whose future study is threatened by melting permafrost
  • Oil company accused of using British Museum to further its interests in Russia

Photo by Diana More.

By: Reclaim Shakespeare Company
Date: Thu, 07/09/2017 - 3:35pm

Indigenous campaigners from Australia, North America and West Papua have teamed up with Art Not Oil members to launch powerful critiques of the BP-sponsored British Museum and National Portrait Gallery.

Photo: Rodney Kelly addresses visitors in the British Museum, by Anna Branthwaite.

Firstly, on June 18th 2017, the Indigenous Australian campaigner Rodney

By: Art Not Oil
Date: Wed, 21/06/2017 - 11:34am

Ahead of the announcement of the BP Portrait Award on Tuesday 20th June, Culture Unstained issued a formal complaint to the National Portrait Gallery, alleging BP’s human rights record breaches the Gallery’s own ethics rules.

  • On the eve of the BP Portrait Award announcement, they made the Gallery’s Ethical Fundraising Policy - released under the FOI Act - public for the first