ICOM Diary: Day 2
A few impressions of the 24th General Conference of the International Council of Museums taking place at the MiCo Conference Center.
Japanese culture is quite famous for capturing kids’ and adults’ imagination alike with its colourful anime movies and manga. Even though this interest in Japanese culture is only a recent phenomenon, the Italian association Yoshin Ryu has been working on bringing the Japanese culture in a Western context since 1978.
Earlier this week, the Art Newspaper shared our findings from the Exhibition Finance Report Market Size Supplement, and the author of the article decided to focus less on the overall $5.9bn exhibition market, and more on Vastari's analysis of the difference between budgets at art and science institutions. (Note:
On April 8th, Vastari co-founders Francesca Polo and Bernadine Brocker Wieder will teach a class at Christie’s Education near Rockefeller Center. The day-long Touring Exhibition Masterclass aims to demystify the global exhibition market through in-depth analysis of exhibition proposals, touring and loan contracts, and museum survey data. A first
There are many reasons that museums lend their own collection and borrow from other institutions, and loans benefit both the lender and borrower in many ways. Rarely is the motivation for this to generate income, but to allow art to reach different audiences, increase the public awareness of a museum,