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A Painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat Sold for $110.5 million

by Charles Mudede David Bowie playing Warhol, and Jeffrey Wright playing Jean-Michel Basquiat in Basquiat. In this iconic scene, Warhol buys Basquiat's ignorant art. When you are already very rich, there are three sure ways to become even richer, and none of them involve the innovation and creativity that's associated with the hero of capitalism, the entrepreneur. One is the property/housing market (which is why any consideration of a housing crisis that focuses on the use value or demand value but excludes the investment/placement value is inadequate).
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