An object of beauty by Steve Martin

objectA delicious fictional account of the life of an art dealer in 90s New York. Wholly believable and brilliantly constructed, you’ll be pitched headfirst into the social whirl of millionaires and auctioneers.

As the 1990s inexorably head towards the early 2000s, the traditional US, French and British collectors are shouldered aside by new Russian, Asian and Middle Eastern art aficionados – and the new Young Artists take the place of both old masters and modern art.

We follow Lacey from her first days at Sotherby, through her mysterious sacking and her meteoric rise through art society. It’s easy to see that there might be a price to be paid.


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