Art Basel Fair to Feature Marble Sculpture of Manhattan Island

Art is one of those things that you just can’t avoid purchasing even if you wanted to. It is not just about affluence but it is all about buying some eye candy, and that too which has some significance. The right place to purchase art could be on the street down the alley, or in a high end place like the Art Basel Fair in Switzerland.

While I personally feel art is priceless, and it doesn’t matter where you find exquisite art, this particular marble sculpture that was found in Art Basel fair is breathtaking. The marble sculpture of Manhattan Island is so intricate and meticulously created that you would be reminded of your beloved New York city. Yutaka Sone’s Little Manhattan (2007–2009) is one of the 300 exhibits at the fair, and it would take place between the 15th of June and 19th of June.

New York gallery Mitchell-Innes & Nash would feature works by Jean Arp, and his range would cost between $250,000 and $450,000. I really do think you should go to Basel and see which art piece you would like to buy, it could be the best way to tell people around you that you have more class than just plain affluence, which is usually the case. So go ahead, and invest in art! In fact, Art Collectors are always respected and admired. Art is one of those investments that can never go wrong, as it provides eye candy and also serves as future investments. It is only a matter of time that people begin to realize the importance of art, and investing in art!

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