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Massimo Vitali -

Massimo Vitali -
Important news: On October 12th at the auction house Leclere in Marseille, France, 6 photographs of Massimo Vitali were sold. These works were part of a commission for the PACA region in 2005. The works were exhibition prints, were unsigned, and the artist does not recognize them as being part of his work, or as having any commercial value whatsoever within his market. These 6 editions will be part of an ongoing litigation.

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