Год издания: 2005
Количество страниц: 256
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Book Description From the phenomenally successful new Tate Modern to the DIA: Beacon and Liverpool Biennial, contemporary visual art seems more than ever enmeshed in prominent public institutions and new forms of patronage, whether public commissionsor corporate sponsorships. In Art, Money, Parties, renowned figures from the art world--including artists, dealers, and gallery owners--join scholars to consider these new institutional faces of contemporary art, their influence on art and artists, and how they affect the future of art. The essays in this collection, which originated at a conference organized by Tate Liverpool and the University of Liverpool, offer frequently contentious positions on the role of new institutions and patronage in the world of contemporary art. For example, while Liverpool Biennial director Lewis Biggs delivers a fairly optimistic assessment of the state of contemporary art, scholar Paul Usherwood unleashes a scathing critique of recent...