Art Project Asks Buyers To Pay More If They Want To Know Who Made A Piece

Art Project Asks Buyers To Pay More If They Want To Know Who Made A Piece
Retail

Be prepared to spend double the amount if you want to know the creators behind this clay art collection

Azalea Pena
  • 4 november 2016

Martino Gamper and Actant Visuelle have come to offer an atypical way of buying art. “No Ordinary Love” is a ceramic art collection of pieces without artist attributions; pay first before the artist’s name is revealed.

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