This curation project explores visual representations of financial markets. Focusing on phases of upheaval in transatlantic finance extending back to the early eighteenth century, it traces a recurrent interplay among figuration, abstraction, and allegory in the attempts by graphic practitioners of various kinds (from pamphlet illustrators to fine art photographers) to imagine “the market” in visual form.

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