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Written By: Ivan Macquisten Museums need to be more business-like in their dealings with collectors if they want to attract the most desirable works for loan or donation, two new reports by Vastari advise. The 2020 Global Collector Trends Report and The Finances Behind Collecting also reveal significant potential for
Have you ever thought about the responsibility that private collections can take to support equality, diversity and inclusion in museums? When you purchase works directly from artists who are women, part of minority groups or disabled, or through organisations that support these causes, you can change the future for museums!
This month for Vastari Conversations, we sit down with Foundation Kobe to learn more about their history and available works.
We were very proud to organise for the first time a charitable event at one of our members’ homes in partnership with a prestigious collectors club! Our goal was simply to bring together art lovers and provide them with a wonderful opportunity to discover a treasure trove of Modern and
Wondering what your object can offer a museum, or why curators look outside public collections when searching for loans?
Collectors, in general, are fascinated about the idea of exhibiting their objects in prestigious museums, sometimes only because they are quite passionate about their artworks, but in many cases also due to financial reasons. They also know that, on top of it, they will be saving on insurance costs whilst
How can art collectors be inspired by Elon Musk’s disruptive thinking?
I sat down with one of my clients the other day in order to better understand the challenges of running an artist estate. Magda Salvesen, who runs the estate for her late husband Jon Schueler, is an expert on the matter and has even written a book about it. According
The benefits to loaning art are varied and range from financial, to reputational to philanthropic.
A summary of Jenny Judova's talk at the British Museum on 31 August 2017