Steve Wynn Paid $33.7 Million For Jeff Koons' Gigantic 'Tulips' Sculpture
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Steve Wynn Paid $33.7 Million For Jeff Koons' Gigantic 'Tulips' Sculpture

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Feb 04, 2013 at 8:57 AM PST
Source: BusinessInsider
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Jeff Koons' giant steel sculpture "Tulips" sold to an anonymous buyer for $33.7 million during Christie's post-war and contemporary art sale last fall. It turns out the buyer was hotel mogul Steve Wynn, who unveiled the three-ton sculpture in the rotunda of the Wynn Theater in Las Vegas last week, The... FULL ARTICLE AT BusinessInsider
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