New Yorker Compares Tech Bubble to Art Market Inflation

June 13th, 2016

Art Basel, via New YorkerThe New Yorker has an interesting piece on tech start-ups and the art world this week, comparing initial valuations of tech companies to the often abstracted valuations of the art market. “The point of sale, rather than the point of creation, came to take precedence in determining the primary meaning for certain works of art,” says writer and critic James Panero.

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