This week, stories proving that what we don’t see can shape opinions as much as what we do see…Read More
This week, tackling a single issue sucked all the air out of my room...Read More
I stopped checking to see if this was up as an independent file yet while I was in the midst of my chaotic departure from LA, but above is a full video for the panel discussion I moderated at Art Basel Miami Beach 2017. If you want more details... well, the subject is right there in the title.
Thanks to Stefania Bortolami (of Bortolami Gallery and Artist/City fame) and Vanessa Carlos (of Condo and Carlos/Ishikawa fame) for their insights, as well as just generally being good people to work with. Enjoy.
This week, three developments from this week that invite a wider and/or tighter look...Read More
This week, three alternate views on the much-hyped "democratization of the art market"...Read More
I dedicated about 1,000 words to trying to answer that question for artnet News last week. Suffice it to say that I don't think that the new owner was primarily interested in buying a painting...
Fun fact: A brief excerpt from the piece was used to introduce the madness around the Salvator Mundi sale in the December 1, 2017 issue of The Week.
This week, three stories about accelerating toward oblivion...Read More
This week, three industry-specific legal matters worth reviewing...Read More
This week, a trio of angles on the scoop that consumed the art-industry news cycle: the sexual misconduct allegations against longtime Artforum co-publisher Knight Landesman…Read More