Published July 10, 2003
by Verso .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
The book contains lots of specifics, tables, statistics, examples of exhibits and color plates of many individual art works. The problem is that the book assumes that corporate and other private funding of art is a new phenomenon, and assumes this is by definition a bad thing/5. Privatising Culture. Corporate Art Intervention since the s. by Chin-tao Wu-1; 0; Paperback. Chin-tao Wu’s book is the first concerted attempt to detail the various ways in which business values and the free-market ethos have come to permeate the sphere of the visual arts since the s. this is a provocative contribution to the. Privatising Culture: Corporate Art Intervention since the s User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Art and business two seemingly disparate worlds have become more intertwined since the s in the United States and Britain. Wu (National Inst. of the . Privatising Culture by Chin-Tao Wu, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
These criticisms aside, Privatising Culture provides an excellent primer on the corporate exploitation of public culture in the past two decades. Chin-tao Wu // Privatising Culture: Corporate Art Intervention Since the s // Verso // // ISBN // £ Simon Ford is assistant editor of Mute magazine. | # in Books | Verso | | | Original language: English | PDF # 1 | x x l, | File type: PDF | pages | | File size: Mb I think that Privatising Culture. Chin-tao Wu specialises in contemporary art and culture, and has contributed to New Left Review and Kunst und Politik: Jahrbuch der is an Honorary Research Fellow at University College London and currently teaches at Nanhua University in Taiwan. Privatization and Culture is a pioneering venture, confronting fables with facts. It focuses on European experiences in the performing arts (theatre and opera), heritage (museums and built heritage) and cultural industries (film and television broadcasting and the book industry). The result is an up-to-date insight into privatization in the Format: Paperback.
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