Le 15 fotografie più costose della storia? Tutte brutte, ma valutate milioni di dollari (FOTO)

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Fotografie d’autore che esercitano negli appassionati un potere d’attrazione tale da spendere milioni di euro per quella sembra una scena di vita quotidiana, uno scatto apparentemente inutile e bruttino, la maggior parte delle foto di questo elenco sono realmente orrende..bah!

1. $609,600 Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1948 di Ansel Adams

1. $609,600 for Ansel Adams’ Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1948

2. $643,200 Andy Warhol, 1987 di Robert Mapplethorpe

2. $643,200 for Robert Mapplethorpe’s Andy Warhol, 1987.

3. $686,500 Joueur d’Orgue, 1898–1899 di Eugène Atget

3. $686,500 for Eugène Atget’s Joueur d’Orgue, 1898–1899.

4. $780,000 Untangling, 1994 di Jeff Wall

4. $780,000 for Jeff Wall’s Untangling, 1994

5. $1,082,500 Nautilus, 1927 di Edward Weston

5. $1,082,500 for Edward Weston’s Nautilus, 1927

6. $1,151,976 Dovima with Elephants, 1955 di Richard Avedon

6. $1,151,976 for Richard Avedon’s Dovima with Elephants, 1955.

7. $1,248,000 Untitled (Cowboy), 1989 di Richard Prince

7. $1,248,000 for Richard Prince’s Untitled (Cowboy), 1989.

8. $1,470,000 Georgia O’Keeffe (Hands), 1919 di Alfred Stieglitz

8. $1,470,000 for Alfred Stieglitz’s Georgia O’Keeffe (Hands), 1919.

9. $1,609,000 Nude, 1925 di Edward Weston

9. $1,609,000 for Edward Weston’s Nude, 1925.

10. $2,300,000 Billy the Kid, 1879–80

10. $2,300,000 for a Billy the Kid tintype portrait, 1879–80.

11. $2,700,000 Untitled #153, 1985 di Cindy Sherman

11. $2,700,000 for Cindy Sherman’s Untitled #153, 1985.

12. $2,928,000 The Pond—Moonlight, 1904 di Edward Steichen

12. $2,928,000 for Edward Steichen’s The Pond—Moonlight, 1904.

13. $3,666,500 Dead Troops Talk, 1992 di Jeff Wall

13. $3,666,500 for Jeff Wall’s Dead Troops Talk, 1992

14. $3,890,500 Untitled #96, 1981 di Cindy Sherman

14. $3,890,500 for Cindy Sherman’s Untitled #96, 1981.

15. $4,338,500 Rhein II, 1999 di Andreas Gursky

15. $4,338,500 for Andreas Gursky’s Rhein II, 1999