Saturday, March 21, 2009

GOLDLESS by Dana Goodyear

A fairly interesting read in the talk section of the upcoming March 23rd edition of The New Yorker. The article written by Dana Goodyear entitled "Goldless," is quite a catch. She discusses the way Larry Gagosian maps out the market and create interesting gestures in dealership. Yes, with interesting I mean scandalous. It elaborates on the not-so-mutual relationship of Gagosian with conceptual artist Chris Burden, involving the $3 million in gold he purchased for the postponed exhibit. Have a read, click here.

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