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Art for the Market’s Sake?

Even the most idealistic and independent artists in the US must rely more and more on private sources of funding…

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Art in China – the lotus is in bloom

That China will become the next world superpower has been the argument of economists for decades, and few now doubt…

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An Ancient Prejudice: Women Artists and the Struggle for Equality

In 1989, New York feminist collective The Guerrilla Girls dared to ask the question, 'Do women have to be naked…

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When disaster strikes

In a post 9/11 climate, preparation in the face of an emergency is an integral part of government administration and…

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Arts Institutions - Just in it for the money?

What's the world coming to when the Guggenheim starts selling the rights to its name? Yes this icon of the…

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Is it war on terror or war on the arts?

Last year, Arts Hub UK carried the story of Steve Kurtz, a Buffalo University Professor of Art, who was arrested…

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Bill Henson: Through the Darkness Creeping

You’ll know a Bill Henson if you’ve seen one – they’re instantly recognisable by the quality of night he captures…

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Thinking Big: the conceptual background to strategy, marketing and planning

Arts Hub is pleased to bring you the first of several featured extracts from the Australia Council's 'Leading Voices' program,…

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Glasgow - making an exhibition of itself

A couple of decades ago, it might have been unthinkable that Glasgow, a city once financially impoverished and culturally bereft,…

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The Post Oedipal subject in Damage and American Beauty

In this, the last of the Masculinities series Arts Hub is publishing thanks to the Ian Potter Museum of Art,…

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