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Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
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Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/thi...n-15-years


The piece of fruit taped to a wall at Art Basel in Miami Beach "offers insight into how we assign worth", Perrotin gallery says

UPDATE (4 December): Dealer Emmanuel Perrotin tells us: “The first edition of the banana was sold at 1:15PM. Edition two sold at 3:30PM and we are in discussion for edition three with a museum. Maurizio is seriously back."

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
Money Laundering.
Buy something with it pay tax,
Boom all washed and cleaned up!
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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
BTW...

The White House asked to borrow a van Gogh. The Guggenheim offered a gold toilet instead.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-...story.html


"...The emailed response from the Guggenheim's chief curator to the White House was polite but firm: The museum could not accommodate a request to borrow a painting by Vincent van Gogh for President and Melania Trump's private living quarters.
Instead, wrote the curator, Nancy Spector, another piece was available, one that was nothing like "Landscape With Snow," the 1888 van Gogh rendering of a man in a black hat walking along a path in Arles, France, with his dog.
The curator's alternative: an 18-karat, fully functioning, solid gold toilet — an interactive work titled "America" that critics have described as pointed satire aimed at the excess of wealth in this country...."


Knfnpned Lmao
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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-05-2019 08:13 PM)
Money Laundering.
Buy something with it pay tax,
Boom all washed and cleaned up!

It is more like.... the prices of "Art" are ridiculous
The art market is killing ART
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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
"Washington Post reports Trump asked to borrow Van Gogh's 'Landscape With Snow' to display in his private quarters. Guggenheim said it couldn't accommodate, offered commode. Fully functioning 18k solid gold toilet is part of unused display satirizing excess of wealth."

https://twitter.com/CBCAlerts/status/956...oro-macizo


Because...it is more like tRump , right??

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
banana ....miami ....= washing cocaine proceeds

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
Dang people have $120k to throw away on a banana that will rot while people starve in the street.

I bet the same people who buy that banana will also say we need universal communism to take care of our fellow human beings.

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
It's interesting how completely rigged our society is. Most of us we struggle every day working jobs until we are old and gray trying desperately to earn enough money to put food on the table and keep a roof over our heads.

This guy makes a mockery of that by selling a piece of food for several years of the working man's income.

Just because he is who he is.

I wish I could be a member of the elite and have incredible wealth fall into my lap just because I want some more.

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-05-2019 08:13 PM)
BTW...

The White House asked to borrow a van Gogh. The Guggenheim offered a gold toilet instead.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-...story.html


"...The emailed response from the Guggenheim's chief curator to the White House was polite but firm: The museum could not accommodate a request to borrow a painting by Vincent van Gogh for President and Melania Trump's private living quarters.
Instead, wrote the curator, Nancy Spector, another piece was available, one that was nothing like "Landscape With Snow," the 1888 van Gogh rendering of a man in a black hat walking along a path in Arles, France, with his dog.
The curator's alternative: an 18-karat, fully functioning, solid gold toilet — an interactive work titled "America" that critics have described as pointed satire aimed at the excess of wealth in this country...."


Knfnpned Lmao

My feelings exactly. What excess of wealth?

Washington Post should stop hobnobbing with the 0.1% and go outside and meet the real American people.

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
Xeno Heresy  Wrote: (12-05-2019 08:48 PM)
It's interesting how completely rigged our society is. Most of us we struggle every day working jobs until we are old and gray trying desperately to earn enough money to put food on the table and keep a roof over our heads.

This guy makes a mockery of that by selling a piece of food for several years of the working man's income.

Just because he is who he is.

I wish I could be a member of the elite and have incredible wealth fall into my lap just because I want some more.

Yes it is obscene. It reminds one of the ancient Roman vomitoriums where their elite would have lavish feasts and orgies and frequently vomit so they could eat even more.

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
And the funny thing is, most people say it's evil capitalism that has created this grotesque elite class that owns 99% of everything.

But it was the central bank that gave these wealthy people their obscene amounts of wealth, and the fed continues to print even more money to keep the whole thing afloat which of course ends up in the elite's hands.

The communists and socialists who need the central bank to naked short the producing economy don't even think twice about how this tool makes the elite richer and everyone else poorer.

Just blows your mind if you really start thinking about it.

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-05-2019 08:13 PM)
Money Laundering.
Buy something with it pay tax,
Boom all washed and cleaned up!

expense it - poof - no profits - I'm working at a loss

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
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Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/thi...n-15-years


The piece of fruit taped to a wall at Art Basel in Miami Beach "offers insight into how we assign worth", Perrotin gallery says

UPDATE (4 December): Dealer Emmanuel Perrotin tells us: “The first edition of the banana was sold at 1:15PM. Edition two sold at 3:30PM and we are in discussion for edition three with a museum. Maurizio is seriously back."

UNBELIEVABLE

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RE: Banana priced at $120,000... in a gallery in Miami...3 sold??
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-05-2019 08:13 PM)
Money Laundering.
Buy something with it pay tax,
Boom all washed and cleaned up!

Agree, this whole stunt is a money laundering scheme.
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