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The Museum Revised

Published by Leave your thoughts <p>For this issue, Artforum invited artists, curators, and museum experts to write about The Museum Revisited; trends, challenges, and opportunities. András Szántó was among the writers.</p>

Will US Museums Succeed in Reinventing Themselves?

Published by Leave your thoughts <p>The recession forced North American institutions to reconsider every aspect of what they do. You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s hyperactive chief of staff like to say. By that measure, art museums may have been handed a historic opportunity | The Art Newspaper | 2010 | </p>

Funding: the State of the Art

Published by Leave your thoughts <p>In a world mired in economic uncertainty and with cash for the arts disappearing, how do we argue for culture? If you have been following the news about arts funding, you have reason to be concerned| The Art Newspaper | 2010 |</p>

Art Basel Conversations | Crossing the Atlantic

Published by Leave your thoughts <p>Klaus Biesenbach, Director, MoMAPS1, New York and a Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; founding Director of Kunst-Werke (KW) Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin and Berlin Biennale Lynne Cooke, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid and Curator at Large, Dia Art Foundation, New York Ann Goldstein, Director, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; former Senior Curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles Moderator | András Szántó, Author and consultant to arts and philanthropic organizations, New York</p>

Cultural Diplomacy

Published by Leave your thoughts <p>Culture played its part in the Cold War, but in the 21st century a new kind of cultural diplomacy is required. As new practices of cultural diplomacy arise, it is an undeniably positive development that the arts are operating on an international scale | Brunswick Review | 2011 | </p>