a tale of a few cities

Driven by Hirst

Posted in Art by petercombe on September 19, 2008

Damien Hirst’s “The Golden Calf,” a real calf in a tank of formaldehyde, with 18-carat gold hooves and horns and a gold disc on its head sold for 10.3 million at auction this past Tuesday, establishing a new record for a Hirst work at auction.

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