"It felt like I was on crack, I couldn't put it down!"
— Robert Guinsler, Sterling Lord Literistic.
"Art novices will read Ponzi & Picasso to understand the murky world of contemporary art. Art professionals will shudder from the familiar New York Times stories and second-guess the protagonist."
—Don N. Thompson, London Times best selling author of The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art.
“A lot of books have been written on the financial crisis but few about how it impacted the art world. Ponzi & Picasso is a great story to read whether you are inside or outside that world.”
— Robert Wiedemer, New York Times best selling author of "Aftershock" and "America’s Bubble Economy."
"Fasten your seat belt and brace yourself for a wild romp through the best and worst of the art netherworld...where double-dealing is the norm and breaking promises is an art form
—Gail Blanke, New York Times best selling author of In My Wildest Dreams, and Between Trapezes, an Oprah selection.
"Ponzi & Picasso is a heart-stopping read from an insider's view of the international art world where branding and marketing artists trump talent every time."
— David Samson, best-selling author of 21 books: FunnyGuy.com.