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|Author||Dean C., Donnellan C., Pratt A.C.
|Title||Tate Modern: Pushing the limits of regeneration|
Dean C., Donnellan C., Pratt A.C.; Tate Modern: Pushing the limits of regeneration ;City, Culture and Society vol:1.0 issue: 2.0 page:79.0
|Keywords||Culture; London; Museums; Regeneration; Social inclusion
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-78649534307&doi=10.1016%2fj.ccs.2010.08.003&partnerID=40&md5=57bed6f3382c8e137e32b31a5948d75f
|Abstract||This paper questions the conventional limits of regeneration and highlights the limited range of approaches, especially in relation to cultural institutions and their multiplicity of audiences, and the fact that different policies evoke, or construct, various publics, visitors and audiences. The question of who gains and looses is given an extra twist when the object or instrument of regeneration is a cultural institution: a gallery or museum. To this end we identify the manifest tensions between the instrumentalisation of museums and galleries, and the potential to undermine their core purpose. We draw upon a second literature of museology to provide contrasting notions of audience and inclusion since such analyses sensitize the debate regarding audience and regeneration and will illustrate these issues by reference to Tate Modern in London. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.
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