What Now For An Art Market Curtailed?

What Now For An Art Market Curtailed?
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 22 december 2008

Writing in the New York Times, Roberta Smith looks at the current state of the art market after the arrival of the ‘correction’ forced by the economic environment. The article from the Times’ art critic is a pretty blunt goodbye to the past. She says that after an era where art and artists played engaged roles in society, the future of art and its market will be smaller, leaner and cleaner:

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