A collection of 18 posts
This month for Vastari Conversations, we sit down with Foundation Kobe to learn more about their history and available works.
This month, we sit down with ARTIQ's CEO and Founder Patrick McCrae to discuss the success of this year's Queer Frontiers.
This month, we sit down with The Art Partners to discuss their work, favorite artists, and thoughts on Vastari.
Within the industry a lot of players often miss out on opportunities to collaborate when the lead time is short. Over the past 6 years, Vastari has invested in centralising and gathering data from the museums we have been assisting. Our address book contains over 24,000 contacts in the
A look at the intersection of art & AI with artist Gretchen Andrew
Andrew Wilson (formerly of Blink now Studio for Co-operation) and Lee Hutchinson (formerly of Northampton Museums, now M Shed, Bristol) designed and evaluated a research project aimed at examining the potential of models and techniques for engaging young people with museum collections through the use of mobile technology. The full
Blick auf das Bild “Mystische Geburt” von Sandro Botticelli © Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin / Achim Kleuker What does your typical work day look like? Since I am head of research and exhibitions at Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, my typical work day consists of a lot of communication: meetings, emails,
Disrupts Magazine features Vastari in their latest "Xero Heroes" column Vastari What’s your business? Vastari is the world’s leading facilitator for temporary museum exhibitions. We run two online platforms: Vastari Collections, which is a database of privately owned artworks that are available for museums to borrow,
Art Central, Crown’s new purpose-built facility close to Central London not only provides secure storage but also acts as a gallery extension for clients who want to sell their art. Located just five minutes from Central London, they started operating from its new facilities on Monday 17th August. As
As one of the most respected collectors of ancient oriental art, Pascal Butel lives and travels between Thailand and France. I spoke to him about his collection, and his family's long-lasting relationship with Asian Art. What is the origin of your collecting passion? My grandparents on my mum's side knew