In 1964 the French artist Marcel Duchamp took a reproduction of the Mona Lisa, penciled in a mustache and goatee, signed the work, and sold it. Two years ago, it resold at Sotheby’s for $750,000. As amusing as the thought might be, no one would have been laughing had Duchamp taken a Sharpie to the […]
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