Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Is the Contemporary Art Market Complete Bullsh*t?

Since the 1950s, the chasm between art world academics and the general public has been an ever-expanding bridge too far. With contemporary art works fetching hundreds of millions of dollars at auction, and with celebrity art collectors like Eli and Edyth Broad building private museums exclusively showcasing post-war and contemporary art, public acceptance faces off in a coin toss with complete and utter public outrage. 

What does the future hold for the contemporary art market? Are we on the cusp of another art bubble burst? Is the world art market a high-stakes grift? 

Matt and special guest Shaun Berke answer these questions and more on this special Art Business Report. And what they have to say is sure to ruffle a few feathers!

Check it out on this latest episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by La Luz de Jesus Gallery & Meltdown Comics!

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