“Untitled” a movie mocks Art World

Adam Goldberg stars in a new movie, Untitled, which takes a satirical look at the contemporary art world.  “There’s a lot of art I like, but I get annoyed that I can’t have it” because of the cost says Mr. Goldberg, in a Candace Jackson piece in today’s Wall Street Journal (Teasing the Art World, W5).  Ummm, I guess Mr. Goldberg never heard of 20×200, charity auctions or just contacting unrepresented artists directly. Dude, if I can buy original artwork you certainly don’t need to decorate your LA home with obscure Polish movie posters, if’n you want to collect work from living folks.

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One thought on ““Untitled” a movie mocks Art World

  1. Thanks for sharing. I hadn’t heard about this movie before. But maybe I am not the target audience 😉
    The movie looks like it might pretty dull, since those jokes have been made and heard so many times.

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