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Museums

Half of British public not comfortable visiting museums or exhibitions post-lockdown

As museums begin to reopen across the UK this month, a new poll by Ipsos Mori suggests many are simply not ready for visiting exhibitions

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coronavirus

How beret dare they: survey says artists are the most non-essential workers

Social media backlash prompts clarification from researchers after Singaporean newspaper poll paints artists in poor light

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Gary Hume

Artist Interview: Gary Hume opens the doors of perception at the Tate

A pair of Hume’s swing doors mark the start of his Tate Britain show. But what lies beyond?

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January 2011

US art sponsorship suffering after economic crisis, survey shows

Corporate giving down 14% over three years according to Business Committee for the Arts

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Art market

The auction houses are distorting our understanding of Chinese art

Chinese auction house data deemed unreliable and misleading as not all artists have made it to the salesroom yet

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Publications

The publication of 'The splendour of Iran' is a landmark of the independence of native academics.

Archaeologically, architecturally and art-historically, Iran is very much on the move

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Art market

BADA Survey shows 2000 was an excellent year for dealers

Highest ever turnover for members

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Sponsorship

Concentration of arts sponsorship in London causes other UK regions to lose out

Unevenness comes to light, as survey finds that almost 50% of the UK total was directed towards London

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Art market

Marketing at MoMA: aim at the young professionals

Elizabeth Addison, head of marketing and communications, uses weekly surveys and focus groups to build brand awareness

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Francis Bacon

Exceptional new Bacon survey on show at the Pompidou

An Italian designer and considerable use of natural light for David Sylvester’s new survey of nearly ninety paintings, which includes working studies never previously exhibited

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USA

Exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts will attempt to encompass the breadth of the classification 'American-made'

Five American museums pool their resources to present their continent from ancient pottery to Andy Warhol

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Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter survey at the Tate Gallery

Nick Serota launches into a new policy towards international contemporary art

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Funding

Business Committee for the Arts survey suggests that US recession will not reduce art sponsorship

Corporations' trust in art as a tool for generating publicity has not wavered