It’s only a matter of time before the resilient art world picks itself up and gets on with the show, absorbing the tragic loss of art works
Does it really matter if the art wasn’t what it purported to be?
Like the stock market, in a (rapidly) rising art market, the good, bad and ugly also rise in unison
In what way can you analyze and interpret such a transaction and return of more than 30x, in this or any other economic climate?
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