So you have a teaching aid for helping the kid understand why Joseph Beuys whispered to a dead rabbit's ear. If only there was some cuddly way of explaining Mike Kelley's equally iconic 1989 sculpture, Estral Star [above], which sold at Christie's in London last week for $96,000.
Because I'm drawing a blank. Oh wait, never mind. It's signed. On the art shelf with you, pal.
Mike Kelley, Estral Star, 1989, Handsewn stuffed cloth animal, signed, 48,000 BP (95,636 US$) PREMIUM [christies/artnet]
previously: Beuys Bunnies
Say Hello to Mike Kelley's Little Friend, a freakin' bargain at just $200