Jeff Koons' 'Rabbit' sculpture breaks auction record for a living artist: $90.8 million

Jeff Koons’ “Rabbit” sculpture broke the auction sales record for work by a living artist on Wednesday, selling at Christie’s in New York for $90.8 million. When the hammer came down, the sculpture — which had been estimated at $50 million to $70 million — went for a winning bid of $80 million,...

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