Through nearly 40 interviews with art world luminaries from North and South America, Europe and Asia--including John Baldessari, Eli Broad, Maurizio Cattelan, Lisa Dennison, Ingvild Goetz, Dakis Joannou, Anish Kapoor, Thomas Krens, Oleg Kulik, Ernesto Neto, Simon de Pury, Neo Rauch, Kiki Smith, Robert Storr and Ai Wei Wei--this topical volume focuses on the relationship between art and globalization. With ever-increasing ease of communication, art has been more and more able to connect cultures and create networks. Borders have become fluid, not only between genres, but also between nations. In this candid collection, editors Irene Gludowacz, Silvia von Bennigsen and Susanne van Hagen present interviews with a selection of the world's most notable artists, collectors and gallerists, providing insight into both the opportunities and dangers of today's artworld politics.
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