What does Ingram state is a predictor of fame?

Review these links: https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1886/3/6/notoriety-in-art-mr-herkomer-professor/ https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-artists-famous-friends-originality-work https://www.newsweek. com/what-m akes-pictu re-g reat-theres-a lgorith m-359010 , http://www.artnews.com/2017/09/29/with-a-focus-on-the-estates-and-legacies-of-artists-a-new-advisory-opens-for-business/ https://news.artnet.com/market/defining-the-value-of-art-27673 1. What does it mean to be notorious or have some form of notoriety? Is this a good/bad quality? In what ways does this quality applies to artists and their artworks? Explain. For example, would you know whom Leonardo da Vinci was if it weren’t for the Mona Lisa? Vincent Van Gogh if it were not for The Starry Night? Andy Warhol and his Campbell Soup Cans? 

  1. What does Ingram state is a predictor of fame? Is it their work, the artist themself, or their social circle? Can it be all three? Why or why not? What does Findley state determines an artist’s commercial value and what are the two types of markets they contribute to? Once a work leaves the hands of the first buyer, what happens next? Findley also details five attributes that determine if an artwork is valuable. What are they? Briefly explain what each are. 
  2. According to Foka, who makes up the network of the art world? What are the two kinds of markets and what determines their values? Are they the same markets that Findley states artists must cater to? In what ways does narcissism affect market sales according to Zhou? Does the location/name of the auction house determine if an artist/dealer will make a great sale? Become popular? 
  3. Having read all the material, what factors do you personally believe contribute to an artists popularity and overall legacy? Is it their friends? Appearance? Personality? Iconic work of Art? Art Dealer, etc.? Is there an artist that you believe is overhyped and/or not recognized enough for one reason or another? Explain why you think so.