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On the 15 June, Vastari’s CEO Bernadine Bröcker Wieder was asked by the BBC to explain NFTs and their significance within the art world and beyond. > You might have heard of NFTs, but what exactly are they? @Mattallwright [https://twitter.com/Mattallwright?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] finds out 🖼 Catch up on @BBCiPlayer [https://twitter.com/BBCiPlayer?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] 👉 https://t.co/bAo3UOlJi6#TheOneShow [https://twitter.com/hashtag/TheOneShow?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] pic.twitter.com/zEC
Written By: Ivan Macquisten [ email@example.com] Museums need to be more business-like in their dealings with collectors if they want to attract the most desirable works for loan or donation, two new reports by Vastari advise. The 2020 Global Collector Trends Report and The Finances Behind Collecting [https://landing.vastari.com/vastari-connect-collector-report-series ] also reveal significant potential for insurance companies and shippers to expand their reach among collectors. The twin studie
How are collectors and museums collaborating during this pandemic? One of Vastari’s members shares their experience with private collector loans during and after lockdown. Vastari helped the Knoxville Museum of Art in Tennessee connect with a collector who owned a relevant work for their 2020 exhibition. The conversation between collector and the museum originally began in April 2019 for their exhibition in February 2020 which is still currently on display until October 2020. Like all museums a
There are multiple headlines at the moment about how the crisis has impacted the leisure industry, from museums to theatres to shopping malls, but the current global situation in 2020 is significantly impacting a subsection of the cultural industry: travelling exhibitions. Museums usually define themselves by their permanent collections; it determines who they are and their area of expertise. When engaging with the public, temporary exhibitions are what drives local audiences to return to a mus