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Steve Mnuchin’s Dad Drops $91 Million on a Jeff Koons Rabbit Sculpture

Mediaite Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Behold, the most expensive work sold at auction by a living artist: a gigantic stainless steel dildo. I kid. That’s the “Rabbit” sculpture, created by renowned artist Jeff Koons in 1986, inspired, like many of his balloon series, by an inflatable toy. The work sold at a Christie’s auction to Robert Mnuchin, father of treasury […]
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News video: Rabbit Sculpture Sells For More Than $91M At Auction

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A rabbit sculpture is now the most expensive work by a living artist to ever sell at auction.

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