chicks who you cannot afford…yet

This site, Park Avenue Peerage basically just shows photos of really hot, socialite-type girls and women. Yup, that is all it needs to be.

The Worth of Art 2


I just finished this book, The Worth of Art 2, by Judith Benhamou-Huet.  It is a fairly light read, hitting on some current topics such as art inflation and market climates, as well as buyers and artists motivation.  This would be a good time to pick it up as New York’s Art Fairs kick into gear during the middle of this week.

SoCal Tent Cities

Damn, the Media has been keeping this rather quiet.

via, Boing Boing

economic freakout slowly makes its way to auction


Just because you’re Cai Guo-Qiang and you have a huge retrospective at the Guggenheim, does not mean that your work will sell at auction.

more at Bloomberg

Thefts and fakes *Updated


Desperate times call for desperate measures. For quite some time the New Brow movement seemed to be insulated from the criminal world. Now, with the latest news of another theft of a Lori Earley drawing from Jonathan Levine, and word from Pictures on Walls and Bast’s website about forgeries of work, the gates have opened. With these artists commanding contemporary prices and our economy slowly falling to pieces, I guess it was only a matter of time before things started getting shady.

**The update now includes some authenticity issues regarding KAWS work.

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art flipper 101

flip-jacob-macgraw.jpgOver on the Art Market Blog, Nicholas Forrest describes to readers how he doubled his money overnight. Nice one guy!

The Amero

Until last night I had never heard of this. The Amero is the North American Answer to the Euro. It would feasibly tie the currency of the US together with those Canada and Mexico, although presumably our borders would still be secured. While some say this is a conspiracy theory, I fully believe that it is possible.

economically depressing days ahead


Ignorance was bliss. Now that I am paying attention, all of this impending financial doom is depressing me.

Investment Bank views on 2008

Economic fear in the UK

The Art Market in 2008

Photo by Mike Brodie

The British Pound goes down


Across the ocean, the Little Island with the Big Currency is seeing its Big Currency shrink a little bit. For the art collector, those Banksy’s are getting a bit cheaper. For the Art Dealer, cash out on the exchange rate now.
More at the Guardian

collecting deep into warhol


The Wall Street Journal profiles Jose Mugrabi, who owns at least 800 pieces by Andy Warhol. Damn.

I’m Fake rich, bitch!


Forbes.Com has compiled the Forbes Fictional 15. This is comprised of the 15 wealthiest characters created and topping the list this year is our boy, Scrooge McDuck. This is the most entertaining thing I have read on the computer in a while.

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