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Danish artist makes off with pile of cash intended to be art
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A Danish artist who was was given a pile of money by a museum with which to create a piece of artwork, submitted two empty canvases — titled "Take the Money and Run."
Jens Haaning was given the equivalent of nearly $84,000 in Danish kroner and euro bank notes by the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg.
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For its exhibition on labor conditions and money, entitled "Work It Out" that opened Sept. 24, the museum commissioned him to recreate two of his earlier pieces, which featured bank notes attached to a canvas representing the average annual wage in Denmark and Austria. As well as lending him the notes, the museum also paid him 25,000 kroner ($3,900) for the work.