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It made like a banana and split. Maurizio Cattelan’s artwork of a banana duct-taped to a wall was taken down from Art Basel Miami on Sunday morning — just one day after New York-based performance artist David Datuna devoured some of the $120,000 fruit. Cattelan’s gallery Perrotin announced “with a heavy heart” Sunday that the
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And who could argue with him?
Blurring the line between the worlds of high art and low snacking, a performance artist at a Miami art gallery has just indulged in one of the most expensive potassium refills in artistic history. Per TMZ, David Datuna was in attendance today at Miami’s Art Basel gallery—which recently made waves when it sold an installation by artist Maurizio Cattelan, consisting of a single banana duct-taped to a wall, for $120,000—when he decided to pull said art-fruit from its moorings, peel it, and then...