The University of Wisconsin Press
The Great Art Hoax
Essays in the Comedy and Insanity of Collectible Art
The Great Art Hoax exposes the real fakery and hypocrisy of the art world: how art is manufactured and marketed; how the pathology of private possession drives up the price; and how false art is hyped as true art to the tune of millions of dollars. Jon Huer demonstrates convincingly that what the art market deals as art need not be "art" at all.
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LC: 90-080919 N
182 pp. 6 x 9
Paper $16.95 t
Cloth $34.95 t
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