Cultural Economics Workshop: Community

Cultural Economics Workshop: Community

By Diana Greenwald As discussed in an earlier post, the 3rd North American Workshop on Cultural Economics recently took place in New Orleans. The workshop…

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Le Découragement de l'artiste (The Discouraged Artist ) - ArtsandEcon.com

Cultural Economics Workshop: Artists

By Diana Greenwald The 3rd North American Workshop on Cultural Economics recently took place in New Orleans. The workshop was an informative overview of on-going…

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Cultural Economics Workshop: Collectors

Cultural Economics Workshop: Collectors

By Diana Greenwald The Association for Cultural Economics International recently hosted its North American Workshop at the Southern Economic Association 2015 annual meetings. The workshop…

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Arts and Econ - The Walters Museum | How war affects art collector

Art & War: The Walters Museum

By Diana Greenwald The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is the product of two generations of Walters collectors: William and Henry, father and son. As…

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Single-Collector Museums, An Important Source

By Diana Greenwald  New York Times art critic Holland Cotter recently reviewed the new Broad Museum in Los Angeles, founded by billionaire contemporary art collector…

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Canvases and Careers

Resource Rewind: Canvases & Careers

By Diana Greenwald Harrison C. White and Cynthia A. White first published Canvases and Careers: Institutional Change in the French Painting World in 1965. It…

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Arts and Econ - A summary and review of " The Embarrassment of Riches " by Simon Schama

Resource Rewind: The Embarrassment of Riches

By Diana Greenwald Simon Schama, University Professor of Art History and History at Columbia University is—as his title implies—a scholar who bridges two disciplines. The…

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Resource Rewind: Wealth & the Demand for Art in Italy

Resource Rewind: Wealth & the Demand for Art in Italy

By Diana Greenwald In honor of the back-to-school season, Arts & Econ is featuring a series of posts that highlight classic scholarly works about the…

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Art History, Capital Investment & Post-Industrial Society

By Diana Greenwald Last week the World Economic History Congress—an event that happens every three years—took place in Kyoto, Japan. Economic history is a discipline…

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Applying the sociological theory of the "cultural omnivore" to the study of arts and economics

Arts, Economics & the Cultural Omnivore

By Diana Greenwald In the past, Arts & Econ has focused on economics. There are, however, many contributions from other social sciences. At Creative Networks…

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