Is Modern Finance Ruining Modern Art? (Part 2): Mark C. TaylorMark C. Taylor
Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- In ways that are not immediately obvious, today’s overheated art market can help us understand the recent collapse of the overleveraged global economy. Though few have made the connection, developments in the art market have been following the changing investment strategies in financial markets. The global growth in the art market parallels the worldwide spread of finance capitalism. In recent years, the value of art assets has often risen faster than the value of real estate or financial assets.
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