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COMMISSIONING CONTEMPORARY ART
《當代藝術委託指南》

The definitive guide on everything one needs to know about commissioning contemporary art. 一本介紹關於當代藝術委託相關問題的指導手冊。  . COMMISSIONING CONTEMPORARY ART: A HANDBOOK FOR CURATORS, COLLECTORS AND ARTIST   In an age of blockbuster exhibitions and public art projects, the most exciting artworks are often those that have been specially commissioned for a specific site or event. This

David Roberts ART Foundation
大衛·羅伯茨藝術基金會

.  . David Roberts is a commercial property developer and is considered as one of the UK’s most important art collectors. In 2008, Roberts launched the first part of the David Roberts Arts Foundation to benefit young curators and artists, at 111 Great Titchfield Street in London. He had realized during the construction period that

Art Fund
英國國家藝術基金會

The Art Fund (formerly the National Art Collections Fund) is an independent membership-based British charity, was founded in 1903 in order to help museums and galleries acquire works of art. Since its foundation in 1903 the Fund has been involved in the acquisition of over 860,000 works of art of every kind, including many of

Arts Council England
英格蘭藝術委員會

  In 1940, during the Second World War, the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (CEMA), was appointed to help promote and maintain British culture. The Council was government-funded and after the war was renamed the arts Council of Great Britain. “英格蘭藝術委員會(arts Council England)” 的前身可以追溯到二戰時期。為了保存英國 文化和促進其發展,“促進音樂藝術理事會” (Council for the encouragement of Music

British Charitable trust system
英國公益信託制度

  History of British charitable trusts Charitable trusts originated in the medieval Britain. Devout Christians and Catholics donated personal properties to the Church with the purpose to relieve poverty. With the increasing amount of funding, the Church Utilised abbeys and monastery tight-knit organizations to hold activities from purely religious events expanding to educational, medical and

             

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