Seven Days in the Art World Sarah Thornton
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
The contemporary art world is characterized by six roles: artist, dealer, curator, critic, collector and auction-house expert. I certainly ended up being a little disappointed in “Seven Days in the Art World.” Lucy Chen · June 3, 2013 at 8:20 pm · Reply. But this is a really good book. It's worth noting, that unlike “Seven Days”, “Object of Beauty” is a work of fiction. Arthur, I don't need motivation either. One of the biggest art fairs on the world with some of the most serious buyers and artists alike. A continued welcome to those who are here as a part of the Blog Hop! Reviewed by Ingrid Published: 2009. It's interesting to read about serious art dealing because there is definitely a certain level of etiquette involved. Seven Days in the Art World has 7,849 ratings and 358 reviews. I found it very interesting that the Biennale in Venice is politically driven and many interviewees Thorton quotes describe it somewhat negatively. I have enjoyed reading Sarah Thornton's insightful freelance pieces on the art world for quite some time, so you can imagine my delight when her new book, Seven Days in the Art World, was published. Download Seven Days in the Art World. Seven.Days.in.the.Art.World.pdf. One useful way of reading Seven Days In The Art World is as an artistic variant on Marshall McLuhan's notion that "culture is our business, and business is our culture." In this instance, our culture is art and it is all business. 2008), and Sarah Thornton's Seven Days in the Art World (W. ISBN: 9780393337129 | 287 pages | 8 Mb. This past week I ended my contemporary art survey class with an examination of the art market and the place of the collector in the circulating discourses concerning "value" and "hype" in the art world. World Book The World Book web site offers an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, homework help, study aids, and curriculum guides. Seven Days in the Art World - The Biennale. Ok, so this book presents a contemporary look at the 'art world' as we know it today and not so much in seven days (as the title would suggest) but in seven different aspects that make up the collective of the art world.