‘Banana Tasted Good’: Man Explains Why He Ate $120,000 Art Banana | NBC News

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Published: 12/10/2019

Performance artist David Datuna explained during a press conference why he ate Maurizio Cattelan’s headline-making duct taped-banana piece, which sold for $120,000. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News Digital is a ...

Okay, but her taste, what good why i did this instant performance, because when i saw first time the banana in basel from always a cutter on first of all, i will respect this artist. For me he is one of the top artists in the world. I did one more lap in the basel and just decide to eat him up, and i think this is the first one in art history. When one artist it concept for another office, people ...
sked me with banana physically. It was banana, but banana is just the tools. So usually i eat the concept of the art. You know sorry, you ate the banana. If i'm sorry yeah, no, i have tobe, so i mean because of a start i know, but this was was the this is about mauricio lara him. Art is about fun. You know, and i think this banana was like fun of us. You know, and i did, and it was good - and this was question mark what people going to think about it and when i eat this banana, i did question mark of the top of the mauricio question mark. So it's not like again wonder is miss.

Was our performance from me and absolutely i'm not sorry. I think this is cool. This is fun. This is what art all about it about. The phone. Hey anne see news viewers thanks for checkingout our youtube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch. The latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching.

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