Art and Value: Art’s Economic Exceptionalism in Classical, Neoclassical and Marxist Economics
Art and Value is the first comprehensive analysis of art's economics. Key debates in classical, neoclassical and Marxist theories of art are subjected to an exacting critique. The book concludes with a new Marxist theory of art's economic exceptionalism.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Art and Value: Art's Economic Exceptionalism in Classical, Neoclassical and ...
No preview available - 2016
aesthetic analysis of art argues argument art market art’s economic exceptionalism art’s relationship artistic labour artistic production assets auction Baumol beauty capitalist mode circulation classical economics collectors commodification commodity capital commodity production concept consumer sovereignty consumption critique culture industry demand economically exceptional economics of art exchange value explains Facebook finance capital Fordism funding gallerist Hickey Hickey’s Ibid immaterial labour increase individual insofar judgement labour power labour theory Llewellyn Smith luxury mainstream economics marginal utility market forces Marx Marx’s Marxist economic mechanisms merchant capitalist merit mode of production monopoly neoclassical economics neoliberal nomic non-economic political post-Fordism post-Fordist precarity prices of artworks productive capital productive capitalist productive labour profit purchase quantity real subsumption rent Ricardo says sell social standard subsidy subsumption of labour supply surplus labour surplus value taste theory of art’s theory of value Throsby tion Towse unproductive wage labourers Western Marxism Wieser workers