Artists Inc.

Have artists fared better at business since Marcel Duchamp failed to sell his Rotoreliefs at an inventors’ fair in Paris in 1935? In view of the enduring proximity of art and commerce, why does the art world stubbornly hold on to its hypocritical moralism? On artists who have crossed the line in the sand, whether by founding companies or finding other ways to experiment with alternative models of artistic autonomy. 

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