You hear people say all the time as they’re strolling through an art fair: “That’s a good stand, but this one isn’t.” Less often are they asked to justify their pronouncements. To learn more, this question was asked to those who, at one moment or another, visit, attend and organize art fairs, in the hopes of understanding which criteria allow us to separate the good from the bad.
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