Who will write poetry about the economy?

Allow me to introduce… Criminonymous: A criminologist and advocate of restorative justice, truth and reconciliation for the most harmful crimes and social conflicts (and everywhere else where it’s appropriate). This is an astute poet well versed in economics, crime and restorative justice. I re-publish his poetic call for action to direct…

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Art investors raise demand for insurance.

Wealthy art investors are purchasing more insurance to cover their collections. A Stonehage Group report this month showed a high performance of long-term returns on art assets relative to many other asset classes, and clients have significantly increased the level of insurance cover for their art collections over the last…

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Quotation Curation

“Even at [the art market’s] height, 1% of 1% of 1% of all artists made money. You can rail against the business practices of the art world, but even in flush times reputations are built on credibility, not on money or the market. The public is suspicious of the art…

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How to be happy *and* unsatisfied

An artist’s work is never done. Therefore an artist is always unsatisfied; hungry with ambition, angry with disappointment, obsessed and never able to rest. Would you say you’re doing your absolute best (work, life, everything) right now? I bet you all said no. You fall behind while someone else gets…

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10 silly inspirations

  1)  Jump about or dance between each line, brush stroke, 10 minutes or other manageable segment. 2)  Describe the complete opposite artwork to your piece. 3)  Walk, run, climb or investigate an unknown area near you.  

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