A hedge fund billionaire reportedly dropped a cool half-billion dollars on a pair of mid-century masterpieces, in what may have been the biggest art deal in history.
Ken Griffin, founder of the Chicago-based investment fund Citadel, snapped up the works by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning from fellow billionaire David Geffen, sources told Bloomberg News.
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