Millennials—monsters, or saviours of the art market?
What do young collectors want, what do they buy, and, as they become richer, will they add rocket fuel to the art market—or blow it up entirely?
NewsInternational Council of Museums
Vote on Icom's new museum definition postponed
Decision over the controversial update was made at the general assembly in Kyoto on the weekend
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Top museum directors on the challenges of climate change and mass tourism
Vatican conference on preventive conservation warns of environmental impact of short-term politics
International Council of Museums conference: institutions asked to think beyond collections
Participants in Milan will ponder the relationship between museums and the cultural landscape<br>
Why is the art market like a carousel?
Academic Olav Velthuis says growing a scene is “hard and tedious; but once it gets going it gets easier”
How to document heritage sites under threat
Project aims to create virtual archives using 3D scanning technology
‘You must guard your own henhouse and often from your own foxes’
Book trade calls for self-policing as library thefts are growing problem
How to get on with artists, handle mergers and avoid lawsuits
Legal conference tackles issues facing US museums, from commissioning work to developing diversity