A collection of 5 posts
In late July 2020, Vastari led a discussion with Gordon Cheung, British born Chinese artist based in London and Inez Suen, Chinese American Director of ICFAC in Chicago about their experiences of being stereotyped in the art world and beyond based on their Chinese origins. Here are the key points
To continue celebrating International Museum Day 2020, we are looking at individual artworks that inspire or celebrate social change. Here are a few privately owned pieces on our platform: "The Voice of Freedom - Nelson Mandela" by Beverley-Jane Stewart (c) Beverley-Jane Stewart The artist wanted to capture a
Today is a day to celebrate museums around the world! Museums are knowledge centres, with an amazing ability to educate informally. The exhibitions they show help open the eyes of visitors to new themes. Most exhibitions are developed by the museum itself, but sometimes they bring in something from an
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!
Sometimes as a tech company you decide to research something in depth, find that there is a huge market, but ultimately realise that it’s a bit too ambitious to achieve right now. That’s what we discovered at Vastari when we conducted research for the market on digital facility