Jerry Saltz Speaks on the Effects of the Mega-Galleries on the Art World

October 15th, 2013

In a recent article for New York Magazine, Jerry Saltz critiques the effects of the mega-galleries on their artist rosters, and asserts that the galleries often encourage artists to overproduce critically weak work in favor of sheer salability.  ” By now, these galleries are essentially exploiting the potential of artists who have been carefully nurtured for years by other galleries. And often ruining them.”  He writes.

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