Sunday, June 17, 2007

A child of two could do that (er...and did!)

The Sunday Times has a story that Trevor Nunn paid £27,000 for a painting by Damien Hirst which turns out to have been drawn by two children aged ten and two. Personally, I can't see what the fuss is about. All this stuff looks like it could be done by a child of two anyway. And now we find out that it actually was.
The picture shows tins of excrement bought by the Tate Gallery a few years back at £745 per gram (I kid you not).
Who said modern art was shit?


Blogger Chris Paul said...

Stuart Brisley I presume? Live art before objects. Durational. Makes a can of worms and a bag of nails seem pretty tame.

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