Art – the virtualized value
“It is a matter of common knowledge that art is—or can be—expensive. Moreover, it is also known that specific connoisseurship distinguishes the worthless from the valuable and therefore also regulates the pricing. Public debates on the relation of artworks and their prices are not unusual. However, what are the actual conditions for this evaluation?…” read more
in: ALL-OVER, Nr. 3, Oktober 2012. URL: http://allover-magazin.com (ISSN 2235-1604).
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