10 Incredibly Simple And Odd Pieces Of Art That Sold For Millions Of Dollars

We’ve come to a point in our ever growing society where it has become hard to distinguish between your regular trash and a modern art piece. With diverse tastes and millionaires who just want to get their hands on the most trendy and bizarre stuff to use as ornaments and decoration in their houses, it’s not difficult to imagine that some of the most pointless and oddest works of ‘art’ have been sold for millions of dollars. Even though we are used to the strange socioeconomic nature of the world we live in today, the truth is, we’re can’t help but become speechless when we dive deeper into the world of modern art. Without further adieu, here are 10 of the most incredibly odd pieces of art that sold for millions of dollars.

Cowboy by Ellsworth Kelly – $1.7 Million

We are not sure how the painting above, titled ‘Cowboy’ actually resembles a cowboy and why it is considered to be art, but the truth is that it sold for $1.7 Million.

Rhein II, Sold for $4.3 million

Did you think that this was a photo taken from someone by accident, while travelling? Think again. This is in fact the world’s most expensive photograph, called Rhein II, and it sold for $4.3 million.