Have you crossed the threshold of the “middle class” defined by the art market?
In the media not to blaze a new trail, before rushing to the auction price history and art history and confused -- honestly, if the "time" magazine reported no Jeffrey Deitch (curator) said, "buss kriya can now compare" argument inside words with Franci J Bacon and Pablo Picasso I may have to swallow the bitter pill, -- the ultimate buyers soon appeared in the clouds sweep.
Shortly after the auction, the Japanese millionaire Maezawa Tomosaku in Instagram released his latest loot and photo, and below looks very sincere words, "and said they want to share their experiences with as many people as possible.".
The former friend looked at the piece of art he had just bought himself. Picture: Image via Instagram
Even if we can be of Maezawa Tomosaku's sincere skeptical, but I would say that he and his choice of platform just confirmed the potential facts about this grandiose industry trend worrying. In the past few years, almost all the art technology entrepreneurship platform under the banner of "let art democratization" slogan is: let the human world the most discriminatory social economic transactions become more close to the people.