EMILY MACDONALD-KORTH, 36: “What I do does not reflect the changes of value in the market, not for Warhol or Rothko or any of the big boys. Those artists will still stay in favor. But if the buyer were to buy a piece that has such significant degradation that it cannot be shown any more — they may instead buy a different Rothko. It’s about adding another layer of transparency in an otherwise opaque area of the art market.”
EMILY MACDONALD-KORTH, 36: “What I do does not reflect the changes of value in the market, not for Warhol or Rothko or any of the big boys. Those artists will still stay in favor. But if the buyer were to buy a piece that has such significant degradation that it cannot be shown any more — they may instead buy a different Rothko. It’s about adding another layer of transparency in an otherwise opaque area of the art market.” CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
EMILY MACDONALD-KORTH, 36: “What I do does not reflect the changes of value in the market, not for Warhol or Rothko or any of the big boys. Those artists will still stay in favor. But if the buyer were to buy a piece that has such significant degradation that it cannot be shown any more — they may instead buy a different Rothko. It’s about adding another layer of transparency in an otherwise opaque area of the art market.” CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

20 under 40: Emily MacDonald-Korth

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