Artist Selling “Shadows” of Famous Works at Drastically Reduced Prices

January 15th, 2016

A Los Angeles artist is selling shadowy stand-ins for artist’s iconic works, including Jeff Koons and Constantin Brancusi, billed as a “sustainable” art appropriation.  “Ideas are extremely valuable,” artist Ana Prvacki says of her work. “And making thinner things should have more value than making huge things.  If you can get something to be super thin and really poetic, that should be really valuable. We have to stop thinking in a Costco way.”

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