Article by Adrian Ellis named one of Art Newspaper's best-ever front-page articles

March 27, 2018

From the archives: take a look at six of the best front pages published by The Art Newspaper


Issue no. 200, March 2009, and the economic crisis is biting. Adrian Ellis, a British expert in museum management, suggests how museums can ride the storm and improve in the process. “Museums of art have tended to rely more heavily on spectacle than programme to attract visitors—loud headlines rather than a fine print of involvement in the community,” he says, and advises a halt to “dramatic and competitive” museum expansion, and more focus on the civic role, close collaboration with other museums, and greater “aesthetic and intellectual” endeavour.


Read the 2018 article here and the original 2009 article here

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