If size is the yardstick used to gauge the prices of artworks, then I guess I’m worth no different than the other 1.76m tall baboon of similar weight standing next to me. That also means that everything else I am capable of to outwit that baboon is redundant. And that includes even when I am more handsome or intelligent. Does that answer your question?
It’s a lucky thing they don’t know much about art because if they do, like me, they would have sidelined you.
(In response to this posting/ let’s face it dealers knows nothing about art except it sells- J. B.)
“How gallerists describes collectors or artists as difficult, how collectors describes artists or gallerists as difficult, and how artists describes gallerists or collectors as difficult, they are all totally different experiences, instances, and situations.”
If you had known that the usual system doesn’t work, why then do you still work within that system if not to reassure yourself that nothing works?
“Market forces and demand varies the world over. Thus, to market a fair that claims to cut across the continents is amusing, if not to continuously keep the pecan pie to yourself by killing two birds with one stone. 1) by depleting the coffers of smaller galleries by inducing them to pay exorbitant fair charges which stumps their cash flow and stunt their growth; and 2) using those gains to boost and sustain the star status of bigger galleries and their artists thus deflating the prospect of smaller galleries, all in the name of western monopoly.”