Ce Picasso appartient à… 25’000 personnes

A visitor looks at a 1968 work by late Spanish artist Pablo Picasso entitled "Buste de mousquetaire" at the Museum of Contemprary Art (MAMCO) in Geneva on April 27, 2018.  It might not hang in their living rooms, but they own it nonetheless: 25,000 Internet users banned together to buy a Picasso, which goes on display in Geneva Friday.Usually, visitors to Swiss bargain site Qoqa walk away with a new drill, a suitcase set or a cheap trip to Marrakesh. But last December, the website that was created in 2005 with the motto: "We do anything, but we do it for you", proposed a painting by none other than artist superstar Pablo Picasso. - RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION
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Posté le 24 mai 2018

Ce Picasso appartient à… 25’000 personnes