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Le 10 Opere D'arte che non avreste mai immaginato fossero vendute

Le 10 Opere D'arte che non avreste mai immaginato fossero vendute
Garbage of NYC- dai 50 ai 100 dollari a scatola

Garbage of NYC- dai 50 ai 100 dollari a scatola

Merda d'artista- venduta dai 50 mila ai 124 mila dollari

Merda d'artista- venduta dai 50 mila ai 124 mila dollari

Before entering into the heart of the question, we have to make a small 'repetition' of contemporary art history:

at the beginning of the '900 was born the Dada movement, whose exponent was Duchamp and that he had as a founding principle of the movement, the action of taking objects of everyday use and make them unusable.

Duchamp is removal from the art that had a meaning, was pursuing the beauty of indifference.

Same thing he did Piero Manzoni, perhaps the only worthy heir of Duchamp, who with his "shit of artist" extended the concept of Duchamp, wanting to go against every tendency and stressing , with this work, which is the signature of the artist to decide what will become art and that value will be, a po with a effect King Midas.

For which (returning to us) certain works buy prices soaring for two main reasons: 1) for the signature of the artist, that on the basis of its credibility and reputation already imposes a certain value to the work; 2)  for the taste of the art that is in vogue at that precise time, and what the galleries of earth (and not) decide to 'sell'.

All of us want to believe that behind every work there is a real code not written to interpret, but very often we fall so in seeking meanings where maybe is not required or desired that we are.

Everything is limited to the taste of the time and the arts, and the type of sensitivity that from time to time trying to please, and we must not force to appeal to a principle of evolution or extinction.

Garbage of NYC- dai 50 ai 100 dollari a scatola

Garbage of NYC- dai 50 ai 100 dollari a scatola

Merda d'artista- venduta dai 50 mila ai 124 mila dollari

Merda d'artista- venduta dai 50 mila ai 124 mila dollari