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The artists and arts policy conundrum: The relationship of arts policies to artists’ creative practices and their livelihoods

Research which reflects on key UK arts policies intended to support the creative practices and the livelihoods of artists and gathers new evidence of artists’ perceptions of the contexts and conditions they feel they need, to generate a rationale for conducive environments which can better foster the talents of artists.

The Artist, the Art Object and the Market

What this research aims to achieve is twofold; firstly to gain a better understanding of how art moves through the market and secondly to understand how artists feel about their work being traded as a commodity or investment product.

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