Management Of Art Galleries

Author: Magnus Resch
Publisher: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714873268
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Based on the results of an anonymous survey sent to 8,000 art dealers in the US, UK, and Germany, Magnus Resch?s insightful examination of the business of selling art is a compelling read that is both aspirational and practical in its ...

Art And Architecture In Canada

Author: Loren R. Lerner
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802058560
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Subsequent catalogues add drawings and sculpture. In 1882 the Ontario Society
of Artists assumes management of the art exhibitions in conjunction with the CNE
itself. The Art Department becomes the Art Gallery in 1887, and in 1891 adopts
the permanent name of the Department of Fine Arts. Until 1906 only Canadian
artists are shown but in 1907 a new policy of one-third Canadian, two-thirds
foreign is implemented, although occasional exceptions are made in the years

At The Temple Of Art

Author: Colleen Denney
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838638507
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8 The Grosvenor Gallery's Legacy as a Site of Cultural and Ritual Worship Notes
... Due to financial difficulties, he was forced to close the gallery in December of
that year, although he managed to go on with the third Pastel Exhibition that fall.1
He issued a statement to several journals, including the Art Journal: Many ... his
artistic perceptions and his forward-looking ideals about the management of an
art gallery exceeded his financial means of continually achieving his goals. That
he ...

Cultural Tourism And Sustainable Local Development

Author: Luigi Fusco Girard
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754673910
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Museums and galleries vary in terms of characteristics, from local to national, and
to those with international reputations. Some museums are international '
superstar' museums, and provide a 'total experience' for visitors (Frey 1998). One
of the objectives of management of public art galleries and museums is to display
works of art and artefacts that appeal to the public. The increasing number of both
local visitors and tourists is seen as a means of justifying public subsidy to
galleries ...

Collective Management Of Copyright And Related Rights

Author: Mihály Ficsor
Publisher: WIPO
ISBN: 9789280511031
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Under Article 1 (2) and (3) of the Resale Right Directive, the right covers "all acts
of resale involving as sellers, buyers or intermediaries, art market professionals,
such as salesrooms, art galleries and, in general, any dealers in works of art";
member states, however, may provide that the right does not apply to resales
where the seller has acquired the work directly from the author less than three
years before that resale and where the resale price does not exceed 10,000
euros. 146.

Leading With Passion

Author: Sherene Suchy
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 0759115885
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Change Management in the 21st-Century Museum Sherene Suchy. WHY
TARGET ... I wrote this book about change management and leadership for the
21st century using the art museum as a case study organization for a specific
reason. While leaders in the ... Teaching management, marketing, and
communication strategies to arts businesses in Singapore led to my masters of
art administration degree in 1993 and an internship at the Art Gallery of New
South Wales in Sydney.

Fuzzy Sets In The Management Of Uncertainty

Author: Jaime Gil-Aluja
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540396993
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This is no obstacle for them to go out into open air or go to closed places where
they become inspired, have ideas and, at times, make drawings in order later to
convert them into the works of art they qualify as definite. Our ceramist was no
exception. This manner of operating was the reason that in her workshop she
concentrated and even today concentrates the artistic objects created by her.
These objects had to be transferred to the different points of sale (art galleries,
auction rooms, ...