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Is the Art Market a Safe Haven for Your Money 2.0?

March 1, 2011

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Above all make your collecting a part of your life you enjoy and make your collection part of your life. You won’t go wrong, well if your careful. Remember the Hypnotic Factor of Snakes!

Is the Chinese Art Bubble About to Burst?

February 7, 2011

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My point is simply, I think China gets the importance of the Arts and Creative thinking something that is in serious trouble in the West today.

The Anonymous Collector

May 9, 2010

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Buying Big Art has become an intriguing mystery worthy of a game of Clue. Who Done IT? Was it the Russian tycoon or his Butler?

ZOMBIE ARTISTS SCORE BIG AT CHRISTIE’S AUCTION

May 5, 2010

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"Obviously we're thrilled" with the final price of $106,482,500 including commission for the Picasso, auctioneer Christopher Burge said afterward.

Art and the Dollar Store a Market Reality

April 15, 2010

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Dollar Stores are essentially Galleries of Failed Global Market Products. Cheap Knock Offs of successful products or Bizarre innovations and inventions of products that the market just didn’t get. Sometimes though you find a Treasure in the hidden acres of consumer trash. When you stubble upon this treasure, often it is a well made well thought out product that the broader market just didn’t recognize as a worthy product. That is exactly what the Art Market and Art School is like today. At least that is what I’ve been thinking.

Size Does Matter curated by Shaquille O’Neal

March 12, 2010

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Yup that’s rightThat's NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal is an Art Curator. He has done a pretty good job curating the “Size Does Matter” exhibition.

Annie’s New Deal

March 11, 2010

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Annie’s New Deal Annie Leibovitz has a new deal that saves the rights to her artwork and pays off Art Capital. I hope the new deal works out for her. As the Artinfo news article suggests Annie’s deal could be a game changer for artists at all levels. Imagine for a moment as an artist […]