Tuesday 29 May 2007

More advice for collectors / subsection / immortality

From Peter Aspden's interview with Damien Hirst in the Financial Times:

I ask if the stratospheric sums in today’s art market ever give him pause for thought but he remains resolutely unfazed. “I don’t see what else you can spend your money on,” he says of the super-rich. “If you want to own things, art is a pretty good bet. Buy art, build a museum, put your name on it, let people in for free. That’s as close as you can get to immortality.”

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