Don't blame me - I didn't cook it.
- May 29, 2009
- Flitwick, Bedfordshire, 1874
So that's fine then....
They will sell them to anybody. That crap about “carefully review each application “ is just a marketing ploy to make people feel special.You can now buy a painting by Damien Hirst for 45.000. From a series of 300.
I think Damien Hirst is just pure marketing and a scam.
You will be asked to provide some personal details, along with additional information to support your application. You may specify up to three preferred artworks from the series.
After applications have closed, HENI will carefully review each application and aim to have all allocations made by the end of the year. Successful applicants will have five days to complete payment.
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This is just marvelous. I love the way it melts into itself and the hallucinatory puddle of vivid liquid colors. I can almost hear the SPLAT! of it pouring onto the floor.
Break some more, haha!Art collector accidentally breaks (ceramic?) balloon dog art sculpture ..
"The sculpture was part of a limited edition which has now shrunk from 799 to 798.
"That's a good thing for the collectors," Mr Boero told the Times, laughing."
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-65446331A South Korean art student ate a banana that was part of an installation by artist Maurizio Cattelan, saying he was "hungry" after skipping breakfast.
The artwork called "Comedian", part of Cattelan's exhibition "WE", consisted of a ripe banana duct-taped to a wall at Seoul's Leeum Museum of Art.
After eating the banana, the student, Noh Huyn-soo, taped the peel to the wall.
The museum later placed a new banana at the same spot, reported local media.
The incident, which lasted more than a minute, was recorded by Mr Noh's friend.
The Leeum Museum of Art did not respond to an email inquiry by the BBC. However, it told media that it will not claim damages against the student.