Wednesday 9 June 2010

Web muster

Four links, on the subject of money (some more, some less)

Jeffrey Deitch talks about his plans to embed MOCA back into the LA art community, and new business models, like reinventing the museum shop in partnership with luxury brands

Christopher Knight talks about how MOCA could slash the $10 admission fee, in hopes of driving up visitor numbers (who could presumably go spend that $10 on a luxury MOCA postcard). Interesting numbers on visitation & revenue gained from admissions.

David Roth talks about running bingo games to raise funds for the Louisville Orchestra. Because sometimes you need a reality check.

Grayson Perry talks about - well, mostly himself, but I do like his writing. And there's a sentence in there somewhere about young artists and hard times.

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