Posts tagged philanthropy
So Much for Philanthropy: the Marciano and “All the Usual Suspects” — A Los Angeles Perspective by Dr. Nizan Shaked
Exterior of Marciano Art Foundation, housed in a former Masonic Temple on Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles, 2019. Photo by Yoshihiro Makino. Editor’s note: “So Much for Philanthropy” is (1) of (2) features written by Dr. Nizan Shaked for East of Borneo’s Museums in Crisis collection. Read Nizan’s…
Beyond the Bailout: Toward a Post-Pandemic Art World by Dr. Nizan Shaked
Edvard Munch (1863–1944), “Self-Portrait with the Spanish Flu,” oil on canvas, 1919. Editor’s note: “Beyond the Bailout” is (1) of (2) features written by Dr. Nizan Shaked for East of Borneo’s Museums in Crisis collection. Read Nizan’s corresponding article, “So Much for Philanthropy: the Marciano and “All the…
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The Mohn Games by Carol Cheh
In March of this year, the Hammer Museum introduced the Mohn Award—a $100,000 art prize offered in conjunction with their new “Made in LA” biennial—to some fanfare. Blending elements of the Whitney Biennial’s Bucksbaum Award and Britain’s controversial Turner Prize, the Mohn Award will recognize a single biennial artist, selected from among the 60 participants, with a hefty cash sum and the publication of a monographic book on the artist’s work.