Can art overcome greed?
A lively, young artist is trying to make her way to the top of the manipulative world of art, which is saturated in self-interest. This is a journey that, apparently, must go through the bedroom of a famous museum curator and art collector, who is also a possessive man.
When she wakes up one day in her studio, she finds that she has arrived in a parallel world, where her dreams have come true in the shape of a chilling nightmare. Will she succeed in returning to her own reality - as it used to be? Does she even want to?
This book reveals the bothersome truth of the art world of Israel and around the globe - a world that involves conspiracy, the exploitation of artists and the shameless flattery of tycoons. In this world, the ambitious need of artists to present their personal, creative message to the world causes them to lose their every moral standard and drift to the base level of the food chain.
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About the Author
L. Rosenman is an artist and a multidisciplinary creator, who lives in a picturesque little town in Israel, studying spirituality and Kabala. She is a member of the Israeli Artist Association, participating in exhibitions in Israel and overseas.
When she is not writing or painting, she likes to travel the world with her husband Lior, and their three children, Shelly, Aviv, and Shiri.