The Overpriced World of “Bad Art”

In May 2013, German artist Gerhard Richter broke his own record when his 1968 painting “Domplatz, Mailand,” which looks like a fuzzy black-and-white photograph, sold at auction for $37 million, … Continue reading The Overpriced World of “Bad Art”

Study Finds Art Sales Correlate with Popularity in Google Hits

A new economic study by Aysin Tekindor, PhD candidate at Washington State University’s School of Economic Sciences, shows an interesting correlation between hit popularity and art price. The following is taken directly from … Continue reading Study Finds Art Sales Correlate with Popularity in Google Hits