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The Promotion of Pyramid Scheme Inversion Art

Anybody who even cursorily follows financial markets will see plenty of evidence and commentary from high profile participants who say prices are controlled, rigged and manipulated. A number of top “old school” fund managers have hung it up as a result.

Winter Watch will take it a step further and show that many markets are in fact inverted. The term inversion is a Luciferian term signifying turning light into dark and beauty into ugly under the guise of illumination or progress.

The contemporary art world is dominated by a “club” of hyper-wealthy oligarchs and kleptocratic kingpins who drive prices and pick winners and losers. There is a network of paid hacks called “art critics” who decide what is exceptional art. Then, once the winning artists are determined, the players drive prices up creating yet more artificial wealth. Money drives art and then determines who and what is successful down the aspiring-artist chain.

One of the largest “art” collectors in the world is Hollywood mogul (((David Geffin))). Geffin, also is a homosexual and, along with his cohorts, has determined the menu of entertainment and music the public is fed.

According to the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art Chief Curator (((Paul Schimmel))), “There’s no collection that has a better representation of post-war American art than David Geffen’s.

Wealth-X reported in June 2013 that Geffen owns the most valuable private art collection in the world, with an estimated worth of $1.1 billion. This is about 20% of his fortune. Following Geffen, the most valuable collections belong to (((Steven A. Cohen))) and (((Eli Broad))), each of whom has $1 billion invested. In total, art comprises 12% of Cohen’s $8.3-billion fortune and 16.7% of Broad’s $6-billion portfolio.

The images that follow represent the highest-priced art that exchanges hands with these collectors. You can decide for yourself its merits. In February 2016, Bloomberg reported that Geffen had sold De Kooning’s 1955 oil painting “Interchanged” for $300 million and Pollock’s 1948 painting “Number 17A” for $200 million — both to hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin. Griffin is so aggressive that the night Enron went bankrupt, he said he had people on the ground scooping up one of the company’s teams immediately.

Who was Jackson Pollock (1912 – 1956)? During his lifetime, Pollock enjoyed considerable fame and notoriety. He was a major artist among his generation and was a reclusive alcoholic. He married (((Lee Krasner))), who had considerable success promoting his overrated art, especially after Pollock’s death and into the mind-numbing Flower Power  age. The movie Pollock, starring Ed Harris, provides the particulars. It picks up on the Jewish insider club art speculation and hype.

‘Interchanged’ by Willem de Kooning: $300 million
‘No. 17A’ by Jackson Pollock: $200 million

Next up is hedge-fund billionaire Steve A Cohen. He purchased Picasso’s ‘Le Reve’ from casino magnate (((Steve Wynn))) for $150 million in 2012

Picasso’s ‘Le Reve’: $150 million

Eli Broad, the home-builder billionaire, has done more than inflate “art.” He was the founding chairman of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in 1979. Those are the elites who brought us the Spirit Cooking galas [we covered here]. He negotiated the acquisition of the Panza Collection for the museum (see below). The Broad Foundations, which include The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and The Broad Art Foundation, have assets of $2.1 billion. Broad promotes charitable giving to the arts but to whom and to promote what exactly?

From Panza collection. What kind of scam is this?

“Onement VI” from abstract expressionist painter (((Barnett Newman))) sold at auction at Sotheby’s in 2013 for a record-setting $43.8 million. This was soon eclipsed by a $84.1-million sale called “Black Fire I.” The buyers were not disclosed.

$43.8 million
$84.1 million

Broad has taken his “talents” to serve from 2004 to 2009 as regent of the Smithsonian Institution by appointment of the U.S. Congress and the president. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Broad serves on the board of the Future Generation Art Prize. He is behind many artists of dubious quality, including the king of kitsch, Jeff Koons.

As a change of pace and a breath of fresh air, amid all this promotion of upside-down inversion, here is art by a well-known figure who didn’t make it in that field. The reader is left to decide who the real artists are here. For the answer to who this artist was, click the next link.

Paintings by a “failed artist”:

6 Comments on The Promotion of Pyramid Scheme Inversion Art

  1. Anyone interested in amazing contemporary are need look no further than a good friend of my family’s, Paul Jackson, based out of Columbia Missouri. On top of being a brilliant and world renowned water colorist, he is just a great person to spend time with and a lot of fun. He has great stories about doing Bush Jr.’s portrait and designing the Missouri quarter design in addition to starting Quartergate where he caused some trouble with the treasury department in his quest to have all of the state quarter artists recognized. Check him out, you won’t be sorry.

  2. I became painfully aware of this after following the directions on this site to understanding how the US works and who succeeds and who doesn’t. Sadly, it isn’t just art. It’s music, it’s literature, it’s film, even actors and actresses now. Pathetic. I’m convinced that many of the (((artists))) in question don’t even produce their own material but pay hacks and then take the credit. It’s all about how well you get along with these snakes and whether they like you, if you aren’t one of them, but you’ll always be subservient. The only consolation is that the Hollywood crowd inflicts considerable pain, physical and mental, on its members. It all comes at a price. Just look at the mess that is Shia Laboeuf. Went to a Picasso exhibit a while back that revealed all the (((important))) people behind him, behind the whole movement. I was bummed really, having been a long time art groupie, to find out just how manufactured these post-impressionist movements were. Wish the world would wake up and boycott it all.

    • I had an older Jewish realtor (went by Jones) in my vintage apartment days twenty years ago. He was a friend, mentor, and all round wonderful person. And without a doubt sharp as a tack and helped me greatly. He also plugged me into the club. If the rest were like him this would be a much better planet.

      • Indeed, Russ. They’re not all evil and some are under considerable pressure to play along. We just have to keep our eyes open and see through the smoke and mirrors. Jones, Cooper, Anderson, all the colors, + Smith are the most common (((English))) names.

  3. Well, art as well as financial assets are a pyramid scheme, as is the whole of the economy, because they are all based on a pyramid scheme currency / unit of account. The latter is mostly a result of fractional reserve banking (=legalized counterfeiting), backed up and abetted by private central banks printing reserves out of thin air. The CBs serve as a cartel and an insurance agent (with other people’s money) of the FRB system. The system also works as a reverse Robin Hood, concentrating wealth in the hands of select few, who the outbid themselves for luxury goods.

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