|Release Date:||October 19, 2018|
|Review Date:||December 27, 2018|
What a sad, bleak, depressing encapsulation of our broken, topsy-turvy world.
Amy Cappellazzo represents everything that is wrong with the art world, sitting atop it—a crass, transactional, small-minded empress with no clothes—choosing winners and losers, treating art like a commodity or stock, and deigning to describe people as, "Those who see, those who are shown, and those who will never see."
May God bless Larry Poons and his ilk: Losers in Amy's ledger, but winners in Life's. Authentic to the core, and no pretenses.