As Art Values Rise, So Do Concerns About Market’s Oversight by By Robin Pogrebin and Kevin Flynn
“The art world feels like the private equity market of the ’80s and the hedge funds of the ’90s, it’s got practically no oversight or regulation.”
image: Morons by Banksy
Or as the world’s press has dubbed Uruguay’s Jose Mujica, ‘the poorest president in the world.’
Of Diamonds and Sharks: The Trials of Art Superdealer Larry Gagosian By Eric Konigsberg
“I don’t know what ‘loyal’ means” — Larry Gagosian
The Power Of Selling Out: Your Customers As Political Capital
Mr. Burns explains the Fiscal Cliff.
Legalize it, tax it, and then use that money to create a functional public healthcare system. This opinion article should have added in that idea.
(note: legal pot is not brown)