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December 22, 2015

Funding the Arts

Artists are driven by their passion to create works that form tangible expressions of the human condition. The artist’s struggle is dual. First, there is the pursuit of creating authentic and unique creative works, and then there is the challenge to find the means to continue creating. Philanthropy to the arts is vital for providing artists the means for creation. Globally, funds for the arts in short supply, but the populations of artists is not. Funding the arts is an endorsement of culture, and provides validation that creative expressions are significant and beneficial to artists as ...

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Among Miami’s art pioneers, Martin Margulies has been relentless in his contributions to the contemporary art scene. Though he worked professionally as a real estate developer,  Margulies has collected art for over 30 years. In 1991, he founded the Warehouse, a non-profit organization hosted in a 45,000 square foot warehouse, to house his vast art collection. Since its opening, it has been expanded twice to allow the exhibition of Margulies’ growing collection. When Margulies opened the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse in 1999, the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami was an extreme ...

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November 20, 2015

Art Dubai

The first edition of the Art Dubai international art fair was held in 2007. Today, it is a focal point of the international art community. The notable fair is a leader in the markets of the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia. Held every March, Art Dubai gathers an exclusive, but diverse, selection of nearly 90 galleries from around the world. The art is then classified into three programs: Modern (dedicated to the masters of the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia), Contemporary, and Marker. The Marker program is curated to  focus on a geographic region or specific theme, which changes ...

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