The Art Market is less Ethical than the Stock Market 1/13-Intelligence Squared U.S.

 

The Art Market is less Ethical than the Stock Market 1/13-Intelligence Squared U.S.

The goal of IQ2 US is to raise the level of public discourse on our most challenging issues. To provide a new foruThe goal of IQ2 US is to raise the level of public discourse on our most challengin…

6 thoughts on “The Art Market is less Ethical than the Stock Market 1/13-Intelligence Squared U.S.

  1. clint eastwood

    Robert Rosencrantz. Art Manipulation. Artist Damien Hurst and his Art
    Dealer ghost buying and bidding up Damien Hurst art in order to fool and
    deceive the un suspecting ignorant persons with more money than sense.(
    Whilst paying the 10% commission fees if no fish have been caught in order
    to fish another day and dream about the big catch or haul ) Fools do not
    like to be fooled especially when handing over millions of pounds. Bringing
    about a lack of confidence in the auction houses.

  2. Floyd Alsbach

    IQ2 is raising critical and valid points about the art market. If not
    corrected, In the long run these problems could ruin the art world for
    living artists not just the art market for collectors and dealers. Some
    artists, (Damien Hurst) art dealers and collectors have brought the
    de-facto crash on themselves.

  3. williambrovelli

    Chuck Close carried the debate, Jeff Koons could have added an interesting
    twist:

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