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The Art of Noise: Can Occupy Wall Street Shame Sotheby’s? (thepoliticker.observer)

Tobias Meyer, the fastidious German auctioneer at Sotheby’s, stood at the
podium in the beige auction room two weeks ago, sweating gently in an
uncreased suit and violet collar. Sotheby’s had a strong lineup of 73 lots,
including four paintings from the “triumphant period” of Clyfford Still, an
early proponent of Abstract Expressionism. But the Dow was down three points,
the Italian prime minister had just announced his resignation over economic
turmoil, and there was a mob of about 150 protesters outside the auction
house’s glass facade, heckling the buyers and collectors on their way in.

“Shame on you! Go home!” protesters shouted as the likes of Eli Broad, Larry
Gagosian and Jose Mugrabi scurried past the picket line before being sucked
through the revolving door into the marble vacuum of the auction house. A
small brass band outside Sotheby’s pumped out a zippy rendition of “When the
Saints Go Marching In” as a pair of girls clapped and two-stepped on the
sidewalk. An older gentleman leaned over the metal barricades placed by the
police and gave a zealous thumbs-down. “Boooo!” he taunted, then turned to
_Gallerist_. “This is fun, isn’t it?”

The protesters were picketing ...

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