The Resource The market, edited by Natasha Degen

The market, edited by Natasha Degen

Label
The market
Title
The market
Statement of responsibility
edited by Natasha Degen
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Transnational markets hold sway over all aspects of contemporary culture, and that has transformed the environment of recent art, blurring the previously discrete realms of price and value, capital and creativity. Artists have responded not only critically but imaginatively to the many issues this raises, including the treatment of artworks as analogous to capital goods, the assertion that art's value is best measured by the market, and the notion that art and money share an internal logic. Some artists have investigated the market's pressures on creative democracy, its ubiquity, vulgarity, and fetishizing force, while others have embraced the creative possibilities the market offers. And for a decade curators and theorists have speculated on the implications of this new symbiosis between art and money, cultural and economic value. Drawing on a wide range of interdisciplinary sources, in dialogue with artists' writings, this anthology traces the historic origins of these debates in different versions of modernism and surveys the relationships among art, value, and price; the evolution and influence of patronage; the actors and institutions of the art market; and the diversity of artistic practices that either criticize or embrace the conditions of the contemporary market. Artists surveyed include: Carl Andre, Fareed Armaly and Christian Philipp Müller, Fia Backström, Conrad Bakker, John Baldessari, Joseph Beuys, Ian Burn, Maurizio Cattelan, Lygia Clark, Elmgreen & Dragset, Andrea Fraser, Félix González-Torres, Guerrilla Girls, Andreas Gursky, Hans Haacke, Keith Haring, Marianne Heier, Damien Hirst, Christian Jankowski, Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, Liu Ding, Takashi Murakami, Ahmet Ögüt, Gabriel Orozco, Danica Phelps, Tino Sehgal, Richard Serra, Nedko Solakov, Reena Spaulings, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Andy Warhol, Fred Wilson, Erwin Wurm, Zhou Tiehai. Writers include: Theodor Adorno, Jack Bankowsky, Jean Baudrillard, Luc Boltanski, Pierre Bourdieu, Martin Braathen, Malcolm Bull, Eve Chiapello, Thierry de Duve, Marvin Elkoff, Hal Foster, Peter Fuller, William Grampp, Josh Greenfield, Miwon Kwon, Kate Linker, Scott Rothkopf, Peter Schjeldahl, Thomas Seelig, Marc Shell, Georg Simmel, Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Wolfgang Ullrich, Karen van den Berg, Thorstein Veblen, Olav Velthuis, Thomas Zaunschirm.--Publisher's website
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DLC
Dewey number
701/.03
Index
index present
LC call number
N 8600 .M373 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Degen, Natasha
Series statement
Documents of contemporary art
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Label
The market, edited by Natasha Degen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-233) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Grampp
  • Art and money
  • Marc Shell
  • The art of making money
  • Thomas Zaunschirm
  • Icons of capitalism: how prices make art
  • Wolfgang Ullrich
  • The two economies of world art
  • Malcolm Bull
  • Patronage.
  • Value.
  • The theory of the leisure class
  • Thorstein Veblen
  • Bob and Spike
  • Tom Wolfe
  • The art auction: sign exchange and sumptuary value
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • Collecting: an unruly passion
  • Werner Muensterberger
  • Free exchange
  • Pierre Bourdieu and Hans Haacke
  • Value and money
  • The Yale lecture
  • Richard Serra
  • Mining the museum in me
  • Fred Wilson
  • The collectors
  • Elmgreen & Dragset
  • Hedge fund
  • Melanie Gilligan
  • Bonfire of the vanities
  • JJ Charlesworth
  • Georg Simmel
  • L'1%, c'est moi
  • Andrea Fraser
  • The hideousness of the art world
  • Charles Saatchi
  • Institutions and networks.
  • Canvases and careers: institutional change in the French painting world
  • Harrison and Cynthia White
  • The American painter as a blue chip
  • Marvin Elkoff
  • Sort of the Svengali of pop
  • Aesthetic theory
  • Josh Greenfeld
  • The £sd of art
  • Peter Fuller
  • Code of ethics for art museums
  • Guerrilla Girls
  • Art capital
  • Simon Ford and Anthony Davies
  • The commercial significance of the exhibition space
  • Martin Braathen
  • Temptations of the fair: Miami virtue and vice
  • Theodor Adorno
  • Peter Schjeldahl
  • The Venice effect
  • Olav Velthuis
  • Large-scale art fabrication and the currency of attention
  • Karen van den Berg and Ursula Pasero
  • Contingencies of value : alternative perspectives for critical theory
  • Barbara Herrnstein Smith
  • Pricing the priceless: art, artists and economics
  • Ian Burn
  • Answers in my disorder
  • Carl Andre
  • What is money?
  • Joseph Beuys
  • Joseph Beuys, or The last of the proletarians
  • Thierry de Duve
  • Love for sale: the words and pictures of Barbara Kruger
  • Kate Linker
  • Behind the art scene with Louise Lawler
  • Critique.
  • Dietmar Elger
  • New listing, Zhou Tiehai, rises on debut before reaching fair value
  • Zhou Tiehai
  • Museum-quality leftovers: Nedko Solakov
  • Marc Spiegler
  • Reena Spaulings: an art brand
  • Nick Stillman
  • When attitudes become commodities (become attitudes)
  • Jens Hoffmann
  • Christian Jankowski and the art business: motif and strategy
  • Exchange rate: on obligation and reciprocity in some art of the 1960s and after
  • Ruth Diehl
  • Economics of progress
  • Tino Sehgal and Maurizio Cattelan
  • In conversation with Murat Alat
  • Ahmet Ögüt
  • Liu Ding's store
  • Liu Ding
  • Business art.
  • The philosophy of Andy Warhol: from A to B and back again
  • Andy Warhol
  • Miwon Kwon
  • Heading towards the market
  • Lü Peng
  • The new spirit of capitalism
  • Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello
  • The photographic experience of commodities
  • Thomas Seelig
  • Tent community
  • Jack Bankowsky
  • The medium is the market
  • Hal Foster
  • Art as an investment and artistic stockholding: experiments in the 1960s
  • Takashi Murakami: company man
  • Scott Rothkopf
  • Why Koons?
  • Dorothea von Hantelmann
  • The map and the territory
  • Michel Houellebecq
  • Sophie Cras
  • September 21-October 12, 1974. Claire Copley Gallery, Inc., Los Angeles, California
  • Michael Asher
  • The art market: affluence and degradation
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
239 pages
Isbn
9780262519670
Lccn
2013012830
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)840927756
  • (OCoLC)ocn840927756
Label
The market, edited by Natasha Degen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-233) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Grampp
  • Art and money
  • Marc Shell
  • The art of making money
  • Thomas Zaunschirm
  • Icons of capitalism: how prices make art
  • Wolfgang Ullrich
  • The two economies of world art
  • Malcolm Bull
  • Patronage.
  • Value.
  • The theory of the leisure class
  • Thorstein Veblen
  • Bob and Spike
  • Tom Wolfe
  • The art auction: sign exchange and sumptuary value
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • Collecting: an unruly passion
  • Werner Muensterberger
  • Free exchange
  • Pierre Bourdieu and Hans Haacke
  • Value and money
  • The Yale lecture
  • Richard Serra
  • Mining the museum in me
  • Fred Wilson
  • The collectors
  • Elmgreen & Dragset
  • Hedge fund
  • Melanie Gilligan
  • Bonfire of the vanities
  • JJ Charlesworth
  • Georg Simmel
  • L'1%, c'est moi
  • Andrea Fraser
  • The hideousness of the art world
  • Charles Saatchi
  • Institutions and networks.
  • Canvases and careers: institutional change in the French painting world
  • Harrison and Cynthia White
  • The American painter as a blue chip
  • Marvin Elkoff
  • Sort of the Svengali of pop
  • Aesthetic theory
  • Josh Greenfeld
  • The £sd of art
  • Peter Fuller
  • Code of ethics for art museums
  • Guerrilla Girls
  • Art capital
  • Simon Ford and Anthony Davies
  • The commercial significance of the exhibition space
  • Martin Braathen
  • Temptations of the fair: Miami virtue and vice
  • Theodor Adorno
  • Peter Schjeldahl
  • The Venice effect
  • Olav Velthuis
  • Large-scale art fabrication and the currency of attention
  • Karen van den Berg and Ursula Pasero
  • Contingencies of value : alternative perspectives for critical theory
  • Barbara Herrnstein Smith
  • Pricing the priceless: art, artists and economics
  • Ian Burn
  • Answers in my disorder
  • Carl Andre
  • What is money?
  • Joseph Beuys
  • Joseph Beuys, or The last of the proletarians
  • Thierry de Duve
  • Love for sale: the words and pictures of Barbara Kruger
  • Kate Linker
  • Behind the art scene with Louise Lawler
  • Critique.
  • Dietmar Elger
  • New listing, Zhou Tiehai, rises on debut before reaching fair value
  • Zhou Tiehai
  • Museum-quality leftovers: Nedko Solakov
  • Marc Spiegler
  • Reena Spaulings: an art brand
  • Nick Stillman
  • When attitudes become commodities (become attitudes)
  • Jens Hoffmann
  • Christian Jankowski and the art business: motif and strategy
  • Exchange rate: on obligation and reciprocity in some art of the 1960s and after
  • Ruth Diehl
  • Economics of progress
  • Tino Sehgal and Maurizio Cattelan
  • In conversation with Murat Alat
  • Ahmet Ögüt
  • Liu Ding's store
  • Liu Ding
  • Business art.
  • The philosophy of Andy Warhol: from A to B and back again
  • Andy Warhol
  • Miwon Kwon
  • Heading towards the market
  • Lü Peng
  • The new spirit of capitalism
  • Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello
  • The photographic experience of commodities
  • Thomas Seelig
  • Tent community
  • Jack Bankowsky
  • The medium is the market
  • Hal Foster
  • Art as an investment and artistic stockholding: experiments in the 1960s
  • Takashi Murakami: company man
  • Scott Rothkopf
  • Why Koons?
  • Dorothea von Hantelmann
  • The map and the territory
  • Michel Houellebecq
  • Sophie Cras
  • September 21-October 12, 1974. Claire Copley Gallery, Inc., Los Angeles, California
  • Michael Asher
  • The art market: affluence and degradation
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
239 pages
Isbn
9780262519670
Lccn
2013012830
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)840927756
  • (OCoLC)ocn840927756

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