1 edition of Museum blockbusters. found in the catalog.
Gift - J. Robertson
|Series||Art in America -- v. 74, no. 6|
|Contributions||Conforti, Michael., Elsen, Albert., Wallis, Brian., Tillman, Lynne.|
|LC Classifications||AM151 M88|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 19-37 :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Blockbuster, a highly explosive word not usually associated with art, has now entered the lexicon as a term applied to art exhibitions. By so-called blockbuster exhibitions--big, popular, moneymaking showcases that delivered a powerful impact--had become important sources of direct and indirect revenue, visibility, and prestige for museums worldwide.
Book Description. Blockbuster exhibitions are ubiquitous fixtures in the cultural calendars of major museums and galleries worldwide. The Rise of the Must-See Exhibition charts their ascent across a diverse array of museums and book positions these exhibits in the Australian cultural context, demonstrating how policy developments and historical precedents have.
AFA ArtViews “Art Museum Blockbusters: Myths, Facts, and Their Future” PART I of IIIfrom American Federation of Arts on Vimeo. From Vimeo: This panel discussion was part of the AFA’s series ArtViews—lively discussions on critical issues in the museum world.
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de Young’s retrospective on Oscar de. Get this from a library. The rise of the must-see exhibition: blockbusters in Australian museums and galleries. [Anna Lawrenson; Chiara O'Reilly] -- "Blockbuster exhibitions are ubiquitous fixtures in the cultural calendars of major museums and galleries worldwide.
The Rise of the Must-See Exhibition charts their ascent across a diverse array of. Blockbusters ‘Tempt’ Museums. Feb. 25, and the art museum serves as a symbolic reminder that there are things that even money cannot buy.” published as a book by William Morrow.
The book positions these exhibits in the Australian cultural context, demonstrating how policy developments and historical precedents have created a space for their current domination. Drawing on historical evidence, policy documents and contemporary debates, the book offers a complex analysis of the aims and motivations of blockbuster exhibitions.
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The Museum in the Age of the Experience Economy. (favouring blockbusters). Scandinavia has not entirely escaped this development, even if it has set in somewhat later here than on e.g. the Anglo-Saxon museum scene. In that sense the book is in fact a rather utopian publication, keeping itself aloof from certain realities and offering.
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The trouble with blockbusters. One of the truly original art historians of the age has left us a brilliant and disturbing book that asks if blockbuster shows are ruining great museums. Renowned comic book writers and editors Ann Nocenti and Danny Fingeroth also contributed their time and knowledge in order to create a fully formed picture of the Marvel phenomenon.
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All Denver Public Library locations and book drops are temporarily closed until further notice. Due dates extended until May More information. Movie Blockbusters brings together writings from key film scholars, including Douglas Gomery, Peter Kramer, Jon Lewis and Steve Neale, to address the work of notable blockbuster auteurs such as Steven Spielberg and James Cameron, discuss key movies such as Star Wars and Titanic, and consider the context in which blockbusters are produced and Book Edition: 1st Edition.
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