“Credit crunch? I thought that was some kind of breakfast cereal”. -by maria t.

Today is VIP day at Frieze art fair in London, and it will be fascinating to observe the mood of this bellwether of the London art market. Recent art auctions, notably Damien Hirst’s, have been strong. But the banking crisis has changed things, and it seems likely, if not inevitable

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Filed under Could it be art?, Could it be nothing at all?, Could it be politics?

11 responses to ““Credit crunch? I thought that was some kind of breakfast cereal”. -by maria t.

  1. marilena

    VIP mishimou….

  2. oloi to idio imaste. se tuto ton kosmaki!
    ke oloi exume kardia, laos ke kolonaki!

  3. marilena

    But not the money for going 4 days in a row.
    Now where is my bowl.

  4. reee roam,
    am i thaaat boring???

  5. achilleas

    en ekama renew to subscription tou economist, antitheta i subscribed to national geographic!
    epistrofi sti fysi!

  6. You mean that the credit crunch crisis will result in fewer numbers of overpriced and tasteless artefacts being sold?
    🙂

  7. achillea and maria geia!

  8. Stephen A. Fletcher

    Yum!

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