Capital (German magazine)

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The Capital is a German-language business magazine published by Gruner + Jahr. It was established in 1962.

Since 1970 the magazine has published annually, Kunstkompass (Art Compass), a hierarchy of mainstream artists and their ranking within the art market and mainstream art world. Art Compass has been an accurate indicator of art market and mainstream gallery success over that period, despite the open but imprecise and contingent factors that are used to create the mathematics within the league-table.[1]

See also[edit]

List of magazines in Germany

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bätschmann, Oskar (1997). The Artist in the Modern World: The Conflict between Market and Self-Expression. Yale University Press and DuMont Buchverlag. ISBN 9780300073232. 

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