Only 15 of each type of butterfly exist and they’re pretty awesome to look at – not least because you can tell your friends who made them. Although CKI typically concentrates on the Masters such as Picasso, Miro and Monet, they also offer works by Hirst, and now Condo. Dubbed Modern Masters, the duo – like the Masters that preceded them – deliver exceptionally reliable investment growth. It’s amazing, particularly when you consider Hirst got an E in his final school art exam.
Condo is an equally interesting character. Having spent the early part of his career hanging out with the likes of Warhol, Haring and Basquiat, he developed a style that blends a variety of classical influences and has been coined “Artificial Realism”. Try to get your head round that one. If you’d like to find out more about Condo and Hirst, as well as the related investment opportunities, you can join CKI for a lecture on their Modern Masters at the end of July. More details to follow, but in the meantime, here’s the link for that Hirst competition.
Thirst for a Hirst.
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