Author: Eugene M. Schwartz
Publisher: Edition Taube
48 pages
9 x 14 cm
ISBN 978-3-9814518-9-4

Price: 60 lei

How to build a worthwhile art collection with the least possible money

Reprinting of a booklet written in 1970 by Eugene M. Schwartz (1927–1995); the original followed a lecture that he delivered at the New York Cultural Center. He proposes some easy instructions on how to build a whorthwhile art collection and just spend the least possible money for it.

„…the only important thing about this art, as any art, is the art itself. Not its monetary value, not its social prestige, not its public relations leverage, not the artists themselves, and not the fact that you collected them first. The only thing that counts – the only prize in the game – is who ends up with the paintings.“
–Eugene M. Schwartz