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Art Market Expert Rayah Levy on „investing in art“
. TippNews Daily, 30 August 2012


Argentine Gov't Boosts Film Sector to Industry Standards. The Hollywood Reporter, 30 August 2012


Is Crowd Funding the Next Step for Dance? Jakarta Globe, 29 August 2012


Pan-African Cultural Congress aims to place culture at the center of development. StarAfrica.com, 29 August 2012


Culture ministers need a common language to fight their own corners. The Guardian (blog), 29 August 2012


Budget cuts hit Romanian culture body hard. Gulf Times, 28 August 2012


How to be an African-American art lover: Why investing in original black art is affordable, easy and edifying. The Grio/NBC News, 28 August 2012


Bahrain launches filmmaking fund. Al-Shorfa, 27 August 2012


Dreamworks to build Shanghai entertainment zone. 4Hoteliers, 25 August 2012


What attracts philanthropists to architecture? Financial Times, 24 August 2012


Netherlands: Arts spending cuts less severe than expected, funding down 10%. DutchNews.nl, 24 August 2012


Financing for culture, media industry declines. China Daily, 23 August 2012


Beijing's culture freeport to open? Global Times, 22 August 2012


Should governments fund the arts? An Economist Debate. The Economist, 22-31 August, 2012


Crisis ‘kills’ culture in Spain, artists warn. Arab Times, 22 August 2012


Cultural enrichment in peril. The Australian, 21 August 2012 

A Cynic Sees Some Light for Cultural Philanthropy. Huffington Post (blog), 20 August 2012 

Chinese slide might give India edge in art market. Firstpost, 20 August 2012 

Charles Saatchi’s £30 million gift to the nation goes begging. The Telegraph, 19 August 2012 

Culture becomes center in Korea-China ties. Korea Herald, 19 August 2012


UN program helps indigenous Cambodian artisans. Media Global News, 17 August 2012


A New Art Ecosystem in Zurich. Wall Street Journal, 16 August 2012


Artists seeking more government funds. Taipei Times, 16 August 2012


Africans lost resources because they abandon their culture. Vibe Ghana, 16 August 2012


Collaboration in kind: arts and business partnership beyond the cheque. The Guardian, 13 August 2012 

China's $13 Billion Art Fraud -- And What It Means For You. Forbes, 13 August 2012  

Indonesia Strives to Spin Its Culture Into Economic Gold. Voice of America, 13 August 2012 

Culture is Key to Cities' Future Success. Huffington Post UK, 11 August 2012 

Investing in culture as necessary as always says the European Commissioner. Euroalert, 10 August 2012 

Korea to expand program to cultivate cultural experts. Korea Herald, 08 August 2012 

Can a Christie's-Funded Creative Think Tank Transform the Way Museums Do Business? Blouin Art Info, 08 August 2012

Sotheby's Earnings Squeezed, But the Company Sees a Silver Lining in Global Economic Decline. ArtInfo, 08 August 2012

Arts funding a solid investment, not extravagance. The Australian, 07 August 2012

Britain’s Trade andIndustry Department is capitalising on the Olympic Games to attract foreign investment for its creative industries. China.org.cn, 07 August 2012

DreamWorks Plans Studio in Shanghai. The Wall Street Journal, 07 August 2012


UNESCO signs agreement with Libya on protection of cultural heritage sites. The Tripoli Post, 06 August 2012


Fake modern Indian art market fattens on budget buyers. TwoCircles.net, 06 August 2012 

Hong Kong $2.8 Billion Arts Hub to Fill Cultural Void. Bloomberg, 05 August 2012


Crisis kills culture in Spain, artists warn. Business Recorder, 05 August 2012

Embracing the Indonesian Economy’s Creative Calling. The Jakarta Globe, 05 August 2012 

A legacy of support for the arts and artists. The Australian, 04 August 2012 

Greek art market has collapsed. Business Insider, 03 August 2012 

Barbados cultural industry coping well with recession. The Barbados Advocate, 03 August 2012 

Culture in a Time of Austerity. International Herald Tribune, (blog), 03 August 2012 

European arts cuts: Dutch dance loses out as Netherlands slashes funding. The Guardian, 02 August 2012 

As grants dry up, artists turn to crowdfunding. The Irish Echo, 02 August 2012

London dubbed cultural 'powerhouse' in influential report. The Independent, 01 August 2012 

Which city is best for culture? New research crunches the numbers. The Guardian, 01 August 2012 

Musicians getting 'more than half of royalty income from online streaming'. The Telegraph, 01 August 2012 

European Arts Cuts: Polish drama turns to tragedy as cuts bite. The Guardian, 01 August 2012

Iranis sitting on a modern-art goldmine. Guardian, 01 August 2012