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The Madness of Art: Episode (014) Health Care

EPISODE 014: “Health Care”: It’s all about hidden persuasion.  Red dots around a gallery mean a lot of paintings are sold.  Jim and Dru argue about the validity of fake red dots (the dots that indicate a painting is sold).  Do more red dots on a wall convince potential buyers to buy the as-of-yet unsold pieces for FOMA (fear of missing out) or does it leave them thinking the unsold pieces are rejects that they shouldn’t buy.  When Dru wants health care Jim is left seeing red dots…

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Artiholics is proud to present The Madness of Art. An online show, which the Huff Post calls “hilarious,” follows the chaotic life of a New York City gallery owner who can never seem to catch a break. With its slogan, “What’s so funny about the art world?”

You have just watched an episode of The Madness of Art as Chelsea art dealer Jim Kempner and his gallery staff interact with New York’s eccentric art world. New episodes will post every Tuesday at 3pm on Artiholics.

Posted June 10, 2014 by Cojo “Art Juggernaut”

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