PhD candidate for researchproject corporate art collections

03 04 2015


The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA) at the Faculty of Humanities is looking for an excellent PhD candidate as part of the NWO project Corporate collections as emerging heritage: Art market dynamics, corporate strategies, and public support for the arts. ASCA is one of the six research schools of the Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research (AIHR).

The PhD project is concerned with the historical and contemporary dynamics of corporate collections as guardians of emergent heritage. It is part of a larger project that will analyse how corporate collecting functions as a source of signals to different audiences, including museums and other actors on the art market and both internal and external stakeholders of the collecting organizations. The PhD candidate will be supervised by dr. Arnold Witte, department of Cultural History, and prof. Nachoem Wijnberg, professor in Cultural Entrepreneurship, of the Amsterdam Business School.

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