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Art under kleptocracy

                      301 Moved Permanently     Another month, another book on the contemporary art economy, this time from

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an overlooked perspective. The New Economy of Art, a joint publication by DACS and Artquest, looks at the
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art market from the POV of the average artist. Not surprisingly, it finds plenty to puzzle over. […]

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The Art Fund subverted: they were only playing leapfrog

The separate bodies 301 Moved Permanently contributing to State Art are

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now so interrelated, so cosily 301 Moved Permanently acquainted, their personnel
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so readily interchangeable and of identical mindset, that they might as well join forces. (… Liz Forgan is sacked from the Arts Council but remains a Trustee of the Art Fund; James Lingwood swallows his annual  million from the Arts Council […]

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Tate trustees and the public interest

In 2011 the Tate named two new 301 Moved Permanently trustees, one of whom is painter Tomma Abts. She is a 44-year-old German, recently appointed Professor

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of Painting at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, who won the Turner Prize in 2006. As
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an artist trustee, she replaced Jeremy Deller, who won the Turner Prize in 2004. Abts’s paintings are all the same small size […]

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How state art robs the people

Chances are you won’t

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have heard of David Mulholland (1946-2005), a painter of and from Middlesbrough. Until last year, when a group of friends devoted to the preservation of his memory sent me some of his pictures, neither had I. The work 301 Moved Permanently hit
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me immediately as authentic, born of intimate feeling for its subject. Most affecting were powerful graphite and […]

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Hitting the bottle

The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich has bought for £362,500 the ship in a bottle by Yinka Shonibare which had sat ornamentally becalmed on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar

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Square for the previous 301 Moved Permanently 18 months. It is the Greenwich museum’s job to collect ships
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and related tackle and, lately, any sea-related nonsense deemed  ‘challenging’ by State Art’s omniscient spivs. It […]