The story of the week: should artists and their estates receive a cut of resales in the USA the way they do in France?
... you bet. Why? consider all the artists whose work goes for millions at auction when their estates don't have the funds to care for and promote the understanding of the work. It keeps the work in what I call, "the market orphanage," where objects only have monetary value but have no custodianship and no one looking out for the integrity of something that has value.
Embattled museum director Malcolm Rogers steps down
Sol LeWitt in Australia
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