Monday, 19 November 2007

Art Market still in Frenzy

The art market party rolled on to ever greater excess this weekend.

A dead scob fish in a glass box has sold for $6.5 million. The Americans seem to have wisely deserted Wall Street and spent their weakened dollars on art.

Art appears to be doing everything for investors that the stock market is not.

There has been an unrivalled fortnight of sales, and the art spree seems set to continue.

A previously unknown portrait by van Gogh has sold for $15 million.

The portrait seems strangely familiar....where have all these new works of art appeared from?

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