Blood for Art


Friday, March 16, 2007

The art market is flooded with money. And that concerns an artists’ collective in San Francisco called Quorum. When they brought their etchings, paintings, and mixed-media to a big international art fair, every piece was priced the same: a single pint of blood, collected on-site by a local blood bank. You call it morbid – they call it egalitarian. Produced by Tania Ketenjian.


Tania Ketenjian

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