Public art turns profit? New models for cultural investment


The Atlantic Cities ran an article in May 2012 on the financial sustainability of public art projects. The piece highlights two major Los Angeles artworks that brought tangible monetary gains.

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Who will reign over .art domain? E-flux wants crown


In 2011, the ICANN announced over five hundred new top-level domain names. Ten organisations, including E-flux, are vying for control over the coveted .art domain.

 

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Professional “art bubble”: Who is in it and what do they do?


In an article for the New Zealand Herald on the re-launch of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Janet McAllister comments on the dubious relationship between art and money.

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ART HK sponsor Deutsche Bank backs Frieze in New York


By supporting New York’s inaugural Frieze Art Fair, Deutsche Bank is now the lead sponsor of all three Frieze events. In Asia, ART HK is one of the bank’s most important art partnerships.

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Who are Australia’s top arts philanthropists? ArtsHub names 6


ArtsHub recently named Australia’s top six arts philanthropists, individuals who made a difference by supporting the Australian arts scene.

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Contemporary art funding in Asia: 5 top posts


Art Radar’s ‘Lists’ series continues with a look at five of the top posts on contemporary art funding in Asia.

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Bank of America Art Conservation Project calls for submissions across Asia Pacific – press release


Submissions are being called for from non-profit cultural organisations across Asia Pacific for the Bank of America Art Conservation Project 2011.

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Young Japanese curators bankrolled by Takashi Murakami – Japan Times


Report by The Japan Times on cutting-edge exhibitions organised by Japanese curator group 0000 that drew attention (and funds) from Takashi Murakami.

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