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❮EPUB❯ ✿ Boom ✺ Author Michael Shnayerson – Tushna-hram.ru A behind the scenes look at the egomaniacs geniuses and canny promoters who shaped the world of modern art and created the largest unregulated financial market in the world Before Damien Hirst stuffedAlers Larry Gagosian David Zwirner Arne Glimcher and Iwan Wirth With unparalleled access the longtime Vanity Fair reporter tells us the story of contemporary art through the people who coddled supported and funded the likes of Jeff Koons and Cy TwomblyIt's a story of backstabbing betrayals fruitful partnerships genius and ever larger sums of money The world of contemporary art is inextricable from the wild wealth and naked financial opportunism that surrounds i

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D Before Damien Hirst stuffed a shark before Basuiat picked up a spray can before Andy Warhol started The Factory a pile of unwanted Jackson Pollocks changed everything From them emerged the first major modern art dealer It was and the art world would never be the sameFrom the early days on th Street to the rise of SoHo in the s to the emergence of Chelsea as the hotbed of art galleries we see the meteoric rise and the devastating falls of the most renowned de

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BoomEPUB Boom Author Michael Shnayerson Tushna hramru A behind the scenes look at the egomaniacs geniuses and canny promoters who shaped the world of modern art and created the largest unregulated financial market in the world Before Damien Hirst stuffed A behind the scenes look at the egomaniacs geniuses and canny promoters who shaped the world of modern art and created the largest unregulated financial market in the worl

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  • Jaidee

    mobi Àæread Boom4 gossipy exhaustiveincredulous stars The 2019 Jeez Louise Award Addendum March 30 2020 the BF and I watched a fabulous doc that would be a really good companion to this book The title is Blurred Lines and here is a prev


  • Nenia ✨️ Socially Awkward Trash Panda ✨️ Campbell

    mobi Àæread BoomInstagram || Twitter || Facebook || || Pinterest I am slightly ashamed to admit that for the longest time I claimed not to like modern art because all I knew about modern art came from representations by its critics and I was thinking that all of it was just blank canvases splashed with paint or clear plastic glasses filled with dish detergent and a single floating golf ball with titles like Existentialism #2 or Cry Aphrodite Of course I realize now that that's a bit like saying that you abhor the romance novel because you've seen people making fun of Twilight Everything is unflattering and exaggerated in parodyI am now a regular visitor of Modern Art museums and enjoy some of the pieces uite a bit Modern Art like everything else covers a fairly broad spectrum and there is something for everyone You might see a blank canvas splashed with pain


  • Charles

    mobi Àæread BoomA much compelling read than I had expected If you ever cracked open an art book featuring a painter from the 1950s and up – Rothko Basuiat Doig Murakami anyone whose work ever transited by New York really – or a movement to which they are associated chances are an art dealer was mentioned at some point Perhaps Leo Castelli for one but also a slew of others if only in passing Larry Gagosia


  • Elliot Ackerman

    mobi Àæread BoomBoom is not only a modern history of the art world filled with rich details revealing anecdotes as compelling told by Shnayerson but it's also an examination of mass culture and mass consciousness While reading this book I couldn't hel


  • Jonathan

    mobi Àæread BoomToo long and too much detail about the boring minutiae of the business dealings and ups and downs of the big shot New York art dealers of the post war period The earlier sections were interesting but too much time on petty gossip not even good gossip about mega dealer Larry Gagosian I was hoping for a jaundiced eye such as that of Don Thompson's 12 Million Dollar Stuffed Shark A google reminded me who author Shnayerson is a Vanity Fair writer a magazine which has some excellent writing but also suffers from the having to project the NY fantasy life Lots of photos on goog


  • Melissa Marie

    mobi Àæread BoomThis is an illustrious book pun intended highlighting all of the major players of the contemporary art world If you have an interest in the art world but are a beginner this could be an overwhelming but at the same time provides all of the history for you to get up to speed Schnayerson shares the most exciting stories and lives of the most influential dealers critics and collectors This is not to forget the artists who were the subject of this art period such as de Kooning Rauschenberg


  • Wendelle

    mobi Àæread BoomThis book approaches art history a different way through an emphasis on the power brokering of powerful dealers like Castelli and Gagosian These brokers were important in two ways they found nurtured or poached promising artists thereby influencing the trends of contemporary art through their choices of artists and art schools to provide crucial gallery space media space or stipend; and they served as mediators between artist and wealthy collectors that ultimately led to the trend of extremely expensive art collecting as a form of financial investment and social status symbol among the mega wealthy


  • Tejas Sathian

    mobi Àæread BoomOverview of the contemporary art market through the lens of the dealers who helped to build the market that we know now I was a bit disappointed that the book delivered less of the understanding of the business of


  • Richie T.

    mobi Àæread BoomChronology of art dealings in New York from the 1970s to the present focusing on the rise of the four current mega dealers As others have mentioned the account is exhaustive to a fault with only passing reference to the art movements and artworks and virtually no comment or evaluation on the author's part so this reads like the society pages than art history Not for anyone unfamiliar with contemporary art unless you don't mind constantly looking up particular artists or art pieces as they are name dropped in the text


  • Ellie

    mobi Àæread BoomThis book is a bit like learning algebra You can’t skim over one chapter and expect to keep up with the remaining information that inevitably faces you I wanted to finish this book I swear However I skimmed a bit in the first chapter and I never really got caught up Yes I could have gone back and reread everything again but my heart was not in itI have a considerable love for fine artists and fine art in general With that said I struggled to connect to the artists and gallery owners in this book It’s a pity because the author researched this information so extensively Like I said I wanted to like this but it read like a textbookThanks to #NetGalley I had an advanced PDF to read and review All opinions are my own and I was not reuired t