MILAN - APRIL 08: People look at paintings dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, Paul Newman and John Lennon at MiArt, international exhibition of modern and contemporary art on April 08, 2011 in Milan, Italy. Adriano Castelli

Who gets to make art and who gets to own it

In the elite art world, status is key to success—and not everyone can obtain it. Bianca Bosker is a contributing writer at The Atlantic, and she joins host Krys Boyd to discuss how the art world operates, the role of gatekeeping in who gets shown and who can buy art, and how anyone can become a more discerning patron of the arts. Her book is “Get the Picture: A Mind-Bending Journey among the Inspired Artists and Obsessive Art Fiends Who Taught Me How to See.”