Are you joking? So the 1% is crying over the destruction of their vapid junk that gives the bored housewives of hedge-fund managers something to collect and a reason to feel good about their loveless marriages? The NY “Art World” is nothing but a bunch of post-modern fashion. People have died. Many working people have lost their homes and their lively-hoods. But we're supposed to seek bailout funds for the dealers and gallerinas with their homes in the Hamptons? This post in an embarrassment to the nature of art and creativity. You live in a bubble of abject BS. Pathetic.
The contemporary art world is one of the hardest hit businesses in Manhattan, because of the power outage AND the extensive flood damage. Artwork is unique, unlike deli sandwiches or financial consulting servicewhich, although hard, is replaceable. Art is not. Its a shame if some galleries cant make it back to sustainability, but lets hope so.
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No-one's denying there is far greater dammage elsewhere.
But in a magazine devoted to art I don't see anything wrong with assessing the damage to galleries/works by Sandy.