The report examines the vital importance of institutions in today’s mutable cultural landscape. In particular, it traces the recent developments of private art institutions throughout the world, the best of which exhibit a growing trend in sophistication and ramping up of quality through professional standards, engagement with partners, and demonstrable public-mindedness.
The new model of the private, publically-minded institution thrives in this moment of change, in which public funding becomes a decreasing resource, and partnerships between different sectors become the norm. The term ‘publically-minded’ would seem to be productive when assessing the growing responsibilities of present and future institutions.
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de Oliveira, N.: Privately Funded and Publically Minded: Art Institutions in Transition, by Art Institutions of the 21st Century for Alaska Editions, London, 2017
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