After studying US census data since 1850, an economist says that with every $10,000 in total family income, a person is about 2% more likely to go into a creative occupation.
In a new paper, two economists argue that artists’ creative output suffers in the periods immediately following the death of a loved one.
A new series of maps created by howmuch.net attempts to look at art valuation based on country of origin.
Contrary to what evangelists of the “Bilbao effect” and sports stadium advocates would have you believe, a recent report from a UK government policy initiative cautions that major sports and culture project do not have a strong economic impact on their communities.
With the Whitney Biennial, the withdrawal of the Yams Collective, and questions of race fresh in our minds, the Museum of Arts and Design opens its new biennial, NYC Makers, tomorrow. Included is a project that offers another stark reminder of the imbalanced demographics of the art world: Census Report, produced by the collective BFAMFAPhD.
LOS ANGELES — I hear it again and again in the art world. So many brilliant artists with great creative work, and yet so many of them tell me that they don’t have the first idea on how to start promoting their work and making sales. Enter The Profitable Artist.