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Ernst & Young does audit at MSK Ghent

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Ernst & Young will audit assigned to them in the Museum for Fine Arts in Ghent (MSK).

The company will investigate to what extent the museum of the calibrated rules on incoming loans followed. The research starts already next week, which is earlier than expected. It also looked at whether the MSK acted in accordance with the international referentiepraktijken in other museums. That are freely chosen by Ernst & Young.

The city of Ghent had the audit recommended following the commotion about the authenticity of the Russian work of the Foundation Dieleghem in the MSK. The posting of the director of the museum, Catherine De Zegher, is suspended until after the results of the audit. By the end of may, a final report is expected. The audit costing approximately 45,000 euros.

Next weekend opens the MSK a new exhibition about the Italian sculptor Medardo Rosso.

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