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John M. Olin Library, Room 142

J.S.G. Boggs: Money as Performance Art

J.S.G. Boggs (1955-2017) was an American performance artist who created hand-drawn replicas of U.S. currency in exchange for goods and services. In doing so, Boggs captured the attention of the American public, collectors, and law enforcement. In this presentation, numismatic author Wayne Homren, who was personally acquainted with Boggs, discusses the legacy of this enigmatic character.

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