Now, everywhere in the art industry, shareholders are able to exchange credible information and give feedback to one another.
The results are no longer static collections of records and documents to be occasionally referenced by a few, but are instead, organic processes that play a dynamic and public role in both the appreciation and the business of art.
That’s what’s new.
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Top of page from left to right: Roy Lichtenstein drawing from the projection for the mural. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein. Photography by Michael Abramson, courtesy Gagosian Gallery; Roy Lichtenstein, Times Square-42nd Street, 2002 (Collage 1990, fabricated 1994). Porcelain enamel on wall of N, Q, R, S, W, 1, 2, 3 mezzanine; Susannah Shepherd of panOpticon (right) working with Andrea Theil, Director of the Roy Lichtenstein Catalogue Raisonné Project at the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, New York City. Photography © panOpticon.