In Kentucky, Tomorrow Comes Today

Hyperallergic
Apr 26, 2013 3:57PM

We have unfortunately made a market where the seller has the majority of power.  They seem to control the buyer, often times employing draconian tactics to ensure a sale.  If the market was opened up (which fairs ironically may be the last bubble mechanism and first level playing field at the same time) and the best sold and the worst didn’t, we would all win – without all the snake oil, bad suits, and fear.

Image: Sutton Beres Culler, “Small Moons” (2012) (photo by Magnus Lindqvist GLINTstudios)

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