Contemporary Art and Philanthropy
Exploring the Foundations
Edited by Nicholas Jose
The second Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation Forum explores the current and future role of private foundations in sustaining contemporary art in the Asia-Pacific region during a time of rapid development, transition, and change. The participants address the nature and economics of giving while taking into account the regional and international context in which art is produced and circulates.
About the Author
Nicholas Jose is chair of Australian studies at Harvard University. Other contributors include Elaine W. Ng, Carrillo Gantner, Britta Erickson, and Gene Sherman.
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