G-Dragon’s $3.3 million USD Artwork, Including Other Jaw-dropping Pieces Revealed!


G-Dragon’s $3.3 million USD Artwork

G-Dragon’s $3.3 million USD Artwork, Including Other Jaw-dropping Pieces Revealed!

It seems that T.O.P does not own the monopoly, because fellow Big Bang   member G-Dragon is also known for his love for art. In fact, G-Dragon reportedly enjoys sharing photos of the unique artwork he owns via social media.  Based on his artistic Instagram posts, Allkpop  reports that netizens did some research and found out the jaw-dropping prices of his art collection. Accordingly, the “Millionaire Nurse” by Richard Prince shown hanging above G-Dragon’s head in his shared picture, has been revealed to have been sold for $3,301,000 USD.
One of the expensive pieces displayed in G-Dragon’s home are “Big John” by George Condo which was sold for $948,500 USD. Another collection apparently spread on the floor is a “Jean Louis” 4-piece collection by George Condo that was again sold for $370,000 USD. According to Kenterin , Paris fashion magazine “W Korea” recently unveiled photos of Big Bang member G-Dragon in Paris. The Big Bang member is attending the ‘Chanel Spring/Summer 2017 Couture Show’ in Jan. together with other stars of the world. The latest issue reportedly featured exclusive scenes of G-Dragon getting ready for the big event at his hotel room. Also featured is the actual star-studded fashion show. The photographs were captured by Yoo Young-kyu and Kim Da-yeon. Kwon Ji-yong ,  better known by his stage name G-Dragon, is a rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, and fashion icon. He spent six years as a trainee under the record agency YG Entertainment. G-Dragon made his debut with the South Korean group Big Bang. He is accordingly the leader of Big Bang, and one of the most influential of K-pop stars. In 2012, G-Dragon apparently built a pension hotel as a gift to his family. Accordingly, fans can also stay in this hotel which is now run as a family business by his parents. In Oct. 2015, G-Dragon officially opened his first café with the name “Monsant Cafe”. The café is located on Jeju Island.

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