The latest issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies, guest-edited by Helene Tello, deals with museums selling on the art market. European museums were historically much less opposed to selling than we are currently led to believe. As the museum - an institution from the nineteenth century - needs to face the challenges of the twenty-first, a discussion on this sensitive topic becomes conceivable.
Susanne Meyer-Abich: Editorial
Helene Tello: Introduction
Manuela Fischer: Multiple suppliers in permeable spaces
Beatrix Hoffmann: From museum objects to trading goods: the ethnographic doublet
Inigo Salto Santamaria: The Nuremberg Ivory at Dumbarton Oaks
Birgit Jooss: Political motive, directorial access, and an opportunity for the art trade
Jörn Grabowski: In the absence of foreign currency: The acquisition of 'Samson Blinded' by Lovis Corinth
Alice Minter: The Gilbert Collection
Christopher Bedford, Thomas Köhler, Dorothea Schöne: To sell or not to sell? A transatlantic debate
TOC: Journal for Art Market Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1: Museums Trading on the Art Market. In: ArtHist.net, 20.09.2022. Letzter Zugriff 03.10.2022. <https://arthist.net/archive/37427>.