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Ben Lewis y el mercado del arte


13 June 2009

Ben Lewis y el mercado del arte

Seguramente Ben Lewis es una de las caras más conocidas de la prensa del arte. Responsable de Art Safari en BBC Four, su estilo “directo y televisivo” le permite entrar por la supesta puerta trasera del arte contemporáneo.

Su último documental analiza el papel de las casas de subastas, la figura de Damien Hirst, la posición de los grandes galeristas y compara las “no leyes” del mercado del arte con la crisis bancaria.

puede verse en el siguiente link (la intro sueca es corta):

The Great Contemporary Art Bubble (SvtPlay)

Pues ya no puede verse… los derechos de emisión on-line no son para toda la vida…

Director of Index Foundation, Stockholm, exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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"A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world" (John Le Carré)