"Not many people actually read the preeminent art publication in the world, NYArtgeist, although there were plenty of subscribers."
"Its articles were difficult reading -- abstruse, verbose, sesquipedalian, excessively esoteric. Readership predominantly consisted of people looking at its pictures to keep abreast of trends in art world, and, hopefully, to impress. The prestigious magazine was often placed in the most visible locations in subscribers' homes. Peggy mistakenly believed her New York gallery advertised in this magazine for some 25 years. However, she never owned a gallery, and she never even lived in New York, and never advertised in NYArtgeist. She had no influence in art world and she never owned any art to speak of. She was nothing more than the unhappy wife of an overbearing and abusive old son-of-a-bitch whom she killed by scaring him into cardiac arrest with an airhorn."
W 19.5" x H 10.5"
painted magazine, textured wood and acrylic letters
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