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Since we’re so close to Halloween, this news fits right in. Page Six reports that super art collector Eli Broad and his wife Edythe announced they will be adding this haunting piece to their collection.
The piece, which was part of artist Jordan Wolfon’s exhibit at David Zwirner’s Chelsea gallery, will be added to the Broads private collection which will be housed in their new contemporary art museum.
The piece is that of an “animatronic sculpture of a dirty-dancing woman with roving eyes and reptilian face.”
The Broad’s contemporary art museum “The Broad Museum” in LA that is still currently under construction but set to open in fall 2015.
“Female figure” has been described as gut-level weird, psychologically horrifying, abject animatronic woman.
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