Salmon concludes that “the art market, more than ever, is controlled by a handful of large international galleries.” But swap “banks” for “galleries” and “global financial system” for “art market,” and we get closer to a more relevant truth.


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  1. Interesting juxtaposition which infers the art industry is as corrupt as Wall Street, open only to those invited into the inner circle.

    Is there a covert war within the art community to economically enslave starving artists who continually try to break the chains. Could the battles be a part of a larger economic war between the haves and have-nots. If it is true, then is the American dream is to break into the circle of the elite?

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