Some competition and consumer issues in the Indigenous visual arts industry
This paper focuses on how competition and consumer protection issues might be relevant to the Indigenous visual arts industry. The structure of the industry is complex: the majority of producers reside in remote localities; there are a variety of functional levels; the industry encompasses both the 'fine' and 'tourist' art markets and includes works made in collaboration with non-Indigenous people. <p> There is an emphasis in the paper on government funded community art centres which collect,...[Show more]
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