Editorial

Ben Walmsley, Laurie Meamber
2017 Arts and the Market  
AAM 7,1 personality, such as openness and sensation seeking, and interest in the visual arts by Moroccan workers. Wilks (2016) tested and refined the signal transmission model in communication within the context of a new non-profit art foundation's attempts to communicate its values to stakeholders. As part of the special issue on brands in the arts and culture sector, Sjöholm and Pasquinelli (2014) analysed how contemporary artists construct and position their person brands from a spatial
more » ... ective of art studios as in-between spaces that can be important in building an artist's brand. Preece (2014) examined power discourses of the arts market, including Western ideas, in relation to the Cynical Realist and Political Pop contemporary movements for the Chinese arts market. Rodner and Kerrigan (2014) highlighted the importance of the field of visual arts marketing for the development of branding theory and practice. Certainly the visual arts and craft sectors are large and complex and we encourage additional work in these areas to be submitted to Arts and the Market in years to come.
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