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Pop & Rock

December 27, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

The price of pop (and rock) art keeps going up, like every other sort of art. Witness the $1 million an Australian company called Rock Legends paid for a life-size bronze statue of John Lennon. "This is a significant work of fine art," said the company's chairman, Edward Coutts. "At this price, we felt it was an exceptional value." The statue, by Australian artist Brett-Livingstone Strong, was created after Lennon was shot to death in 1980. It was displayed at Los Angeles City Hall in 1981 and has toured Japan and Australia since.

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