Life Marc Anthony buys complete exhibition from artist Posted on March 5, 2020 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Singer Marc Anthony (51) was so impressed with the work of the French artist Florian Eymann that he purchased everything before the works could be shown to the public. He paid 150,000 dollars (134,000 euros) for the twelve works that would be exhibited in a gallery in Miami. He could buy the works because he could see them, rather than the rest of the public, during a so-called ‘sneak peek’. Eymann’s work is known for remixing and getting rid of works by famous old masters and modern artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Francis Bacon and Gustav Klimt. Anthony is said to have fallen for the reinterpretation of eighteenth-century works depicting kings, queens, and politicians, reports the New York Post. The singer of the hit You Sang To Me cannot immediately take the works home. The Avant Gallery’s Hudson Yards gallery will first show them to the public. Eymann himself will do the opening of his exhibition with the name Interpretation.