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The Not So Special Hundred-Million-Dollar Giacometti

The New Yorker

So people pay 100 million for skinny bronze sculptures. We knew that. But how come people are willing to pay such a hefty prize for a sculpture that isn’t even unique, but one of six? An interesting explainer.


From Weekly Filet #182, in November 2014. More on: #, #

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