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   xoxoxoBruce  Monday Jun 11 10:27 PM

June 12th, 2018: Non-Visible Art

Say what? Thatís right non-visible art, displayed at and sold by the Museum of non-visible art.
Arenít they beautiful?

The actor James Franco put his name behind a strange new project called the Museum of Non-Visible Art, which takes what it calls conceptual art to a whole new level. In simple terms, the idea of the museum is that the works of art don't exist physically, instead they are imagined by the artist. So when you purchase the "work of art" you get a "card" to hang on an empty wall and you "describe it to your audience."

The whole thing was created with money from a kickstarter campaign, and if you think this whole thing is a joke, a scam, you may be right.
But itís working because a woman paid $10,000 for this one.



sexobon  Monday Jun 11 10:49 PM

I'm looking at the card for the True Love photograph. A picture is worth a thousand words; but, there aren't a thousand words there. If this is characteristic of the genre, it may be a rip-off.

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Happy Monkey  Tuesday Jun 12 04:25 PM

I like them. Reminds me of the Warehouse 23 Basement. Especially True Love.

Not that I'd buy them, or even go to a gallery to see them, but that doesn't really distinguish them from most art.

newtimer  Tuesday Jun 12 06:33 PM

Somebody has finally come up with an answer to that old question that bothers all of us: "Do I have too much money?"
It's about time.

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