What If It Isn’t Really A Bubble?

What if it’s the opposite? Over at The New York Times, James B. Stewart uses the Mei Moses World All

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What if it’s the opposite? Over at The New York Times, James B. Stewart uses the Mei Moses World All Art Index and a few recent auction failures to ask if art might actually be in a plateau rather than a boom.

Thanks to Art Market Monitor, who pointed us to this and pulled out the best part: one collector may not have purchased Steve Cohen’s Elizabeth Taylor Andy Warhol because it was yellow, “the color of your urine.”

What If It Isn’t Really A Bubble?