Artsy Fart of the Day: Defacing Classic Art can be Good

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Artsy Fart of the Day: Defacing Classic Art can be Good
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Thomas Robson's Defacement exhibit gives classical art pieces a modern flare.

Everybody's A Critic of the Day

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Everybody's A Critic of the Day
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Everybody's A Critic of the Day: A 36-year-old woman attempting to add a touch of postmodernism to Clyfford Still's abstract expressionist artwork is said to have caused $10,000 worth of damage to "1957-J no.2" (above) after she scratched and punched the oil-on-canvas painting, and rubbed it on her butt.

According to Denver District Attorney's Office spokeswoman, Carmen Tisch <

Whoopsie Daisy of the Day

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Whoopsie Daisy of the Day
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Whoopsie Daisy of the Day: A sculpture by German artist Martin Kippenberger valued at over $1 million was damaged last week when a cleaning woman at Dortmund's Ostwall museum scrubbed away a part of it that was intentionally made to look dirty.

"When It Starts Dripping From The Ceiling," on loan to the museum from a private collection

Apropos Of The Previous Post of the Day

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Apropos Of The Previous Post of the Day: On May 20th a "group of artists from a diverse range of backgrounds" walked into West Village bodega Hercules’ Fancy Grocery -- a local landmark at risk of shuttering -- and bought every last item in stock.

With the help of the Lower East Side's Fusion Arts Museum, they then repurposed the products they purchased "into a collecti