|(from the collection of) olivier mossett "Portrait de l'artiste en motocycliste" October 11th at the Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble
(pdf) press release with dialog between bob nickas and olivier. (highly recommended reading for enthusiasts of one-color paintings and found object art.)
I wouldn't want to be Ford Beckman reading that interview!
OM: You're right, a collection should be seen as part of a dispersed public collection and the dialectics between patrimony and the market are complex because of the added value — or the loss value — of these commodities. The art object is an arm chair for the tired businessman said Matisse, but businessmen, none of them know what any of it is worth, Bob Dylan would say.heres the video of OM w/ walead beshty.