Full Frame: The Price of Everything Is a Nuanced Indictment of Art's Relationship to Money
Julie M. Hamilton
April 12, 2018 at 12:27PM
An important part of Kahn’s thesis is that the business of art is most problematic for the plastic arts, items that can be bought, sold, or traded, such as painting and sculpture. Dance, music, and performance art complicate monetary exchange, as they are time-bound, event-based, and thereby less easy to commodify.