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05/09/2014

Behind the intervention disrupt the normal market order



leroy neiman prints that the market for art, it is double-edged sword. On the one hand, the market began to receive attention so that artists began to go abroad, on the other hand, the temptation to hype interest violations but also to many artists lost. As the largest market in one, GUO Qing-Xiang said, "there is no market for the market is always better than normal art promotion, active art market can make a real work of art never heard and get the crowd's appreciation, the market itself is not wrong, but behind the scenes artificially intervene, it will disrupt the normal market order, leroy neiman golf will produce a lot of traps. these works of art become the product of speculation let those sold by foot works with the market according pounds turnip cabbage known what is the difference when art works no artistic value and only commercial value, no matter how famous, have lost their value to the collection. "

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29/11/2013

‘Cosmic artist’ suspected of date rape

leroy neiman, 56, known for his “cosmic extensionalism” style of art, was arrested Friday. Armstrong’s most famous piece, a painted Harley Davidson, was valued at $1.1 million. A recent notable work is his painted bicycle, dubbed the CosmicStar Cruiser ARTBike, and said to be valued at $1 million. Armstrong has told the story of meeting Andy Warhol, whom he says dubbed him the “Last Wizard”. Armstrong’s art seems to be a mix of Jackson Pollack’s drip painting style with Leroy Neiman’s use of bright colors.

A typical Cosmic Work from Armstrong's Twitter profile. His signature rests in the middle.
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Armstrong does, however, seem to follow Andy Warhol’s interest in celebrity and notoriety, publicizing his splashy art projects rather than currying favor with art critics and museums. He posted a comment on an article about the gallery system in New York magazine stating “LARRY GAGOSIAN, Jay JOPLING, PACE gallery, HIRST, KOONS & Cattalan are OVER! TALENTED ARTISTS WILL RELACE THE OLD CARTEL AND MEGA “SYSTEM”!!! GREAT ART will be celebrated again: instead of non-soul, non-art by non-artists, with accountants & banker/gallerists running the show… JACK ARMSTRONG ARTIST L.A.” No references to Armstrong’s work could be found in any of the recognized critical art journals, or in published articles about Andy Warhol.

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