Culture, the Cultural Management and the Art Market
AbstractCultural management is the science regarding the organization of cultural activities. For a better understanding, we must first define culture, indicate the object of cultural management, mention its objectives, establish who is the cultural manager and indicate the components of cultural management. According to some anthropologists, culture is a social behaviour, while others consider it a mere abstraction of general behaviour, and others see it as something that only exists in our mind. One of the first definitions of culture is: culture is that whole complex that includes knowledge, faith, art, moral, and other abilities and skills achieved by men as members of society.
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Oltean, C. M. (2019). Culture, the Cultural Management and the Art Market. LiBRI. Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation, 8(1), 28-31. Retrieved from https://lumenpublishing.com/journals/index.php/libri/article/view/1672
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