There we go. Now the art market got a bullet in the heart. I worked in the financial markets for more than 20 years, so I know what Greg Smith said. I’ve been collecting for about 13 years, and I can see what Kenny Schachter says. I see and feel that the art market has changed in 14 years. Its easy to know the differences among galleries, as it is easy to see in the banking business. I avoid going to galleries that I know that are practicing ridiculous prices and moreover that have no link to the growth and development of its artists. Sorry, but the impression I always had of Gogo was the one that Kenny talks about. I also have the same impression in Brazil about a few galleries. I hope this is a wake up call for the art market.
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