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Does the sale of fine art need physical spaces?
Masha Golovina of Masterworks.io talks about the two-tiered economy and says that when physical art fairs are coupled with online sales, "that's the ideal mix."
Should a museum auction its art to raise funds?
It's an existential question, says art critic Blake Gopnik. Once a work of art is in a museum, it's supposed to be more or less unsellable.
Brooklyn Museum is first in U.S. to sell art to help pay its costs
Some cultural institutions are facing severe budget shorfalls, but most have a surplus of art that can be easily converted to cash.
Museums move to a seven-day schedule as they compete for attention
They have more than just industry trends to keep an eye on.
American laborers as art at the National Portrait Gallery
"I want people to walk away recognizing workers in their daily life ... and possibly feel a little less alone walking away," says the exhibit's co-curator.
Yayoi Kusama exhibit is an economic puzzle for museum
The lines are long but entry is free. So how can the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn capitalize on its 'blockbuster'?