The Point: Cost, Value and Price

Dec 10, 2013 4:37AM

Increasingly, throughout the art world, distinctions of “price” and “value” have become conflated, leading to the erroneous conclusion that because a work costs a lot it must be “good.” Curator and writer David Elliott discusses the responsibility public institutions have to help viewers generate their own conclusions, a skill that is beyond value or price.


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