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Influence over Affluence — Towards Meaningful Exhibitions for Future Generations

Influence over Affluence — Towards Meaningful Exhibitions for Future Generations

Mondrian, Van Gogh, Magritte, Cézanne, Picabia, Bacon? Or Bruegel, Vermeer, Titian, Caravaggio? Maybe Kusama, Bill Viola, Baselitz, Hockney? Or, why not take a short-cut and go for Egypt, Maya or Ancient Greece? (Ranked: the top ten most popular shows in their categories from around the world, The Art Newspaper, 26th

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The Biased Curator Syndrome: towards a new democratic loan system

The Biased Curator Syndrome: towards a new democratic loan system

By Gemma Boon – Director, Museum No Hero, Delden (Netherlands). Museums often manage more objects than they can show. The overflow is safely kept in the art depot. Museums share objects that they don’t intend to show themselves with other museums, through a complex system referred to as ‘the art

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How our New Reports Help the Overall Vastari Marketplace

How our New Reports Help the Overall Vastari Marketplace

On Saturday, 6 October, just over a month ago, Vastari released the Global Report and Exhibition Finance Report. With our stacked bar charts, and the trend analysis, it can maybe seem that we are moving to become a data-publishing company. But actually, data is integral to our marketplace, in three

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Museum of London New Site: Where History Meets the Future

Museum of London New Site: Where History Meets the Future

Museum of London is getting a new home, even though it's less than a mile away from their current location it will be a massive change for the museum and for London. The Museum of London invited the Vastari team to explore their new space, currently under construction. This opportunity

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Geometric Abstraction Inspires an Argentinian Private Museum's Exhibition

Geometric Abstraction Inspires an Argentinian Private Museum's Exhibition

“We want to find the connections between the different parts of the world because the world is so much more connected now, compared to how it was 50 years ago”

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Norman Seeff. The Look of Sound - A Storytelling, Rock Photography Exhibition

Norman Seeff. The Look of Sound - A Storytelling, Rock Photography Exhibition

"It's not about photography – it's about communication."

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An Exhibition Exploring Prague Spring through the eyes of Czech Photographers

An Exhibition Exploring Prague Spring through the eyes of Czech Photographers

August 21st 2018 marks the 50th Anniversary of the beginning of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia and the end of Prague Spring; the brief period of liberalisation in Czechoslovakia under the reformer, Alexander Dubcek. It began on January 5th 1968, when Dubcek took over as leader of the Communist Party

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Celebrations that Mark the 500th Anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Death

Celebrations that Mark the 500th Anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Death

Museums all across Europe have started making big plans to celebrate the 500th Death Anniversary of the Renaissance Master, Leonardo Da Vinci. While celebrations are wonderful, they tend to create tough competitions for museums to secure exhibition loans. Martin Kemp, the author of Living with Leonardo, says that “there has

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An Exhibition Exploring Olivetti's Architecture in Ivrea, Unesco's New Heritage Site

An Exhibition Exploring Olivetti's Architecture in Ivrea, Unesco's New Heritage Site

Among many others, the Italian industrial city of Ivrea is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage site as of 1st July, 2018. The meeting by the World Heritage Committee was held in Manama since 24th June under the chair Haya Rashed Al-Khalifa who is the ambassador of Bahrain. The

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