Most WTF-Worthy Art Exhibits | The Home-Coming of Navel Strings- Noritoshi Hirakawa

Born 1960 in Japan. Hirakawa is now an internationally known contemporary artist after studying Applied Sociology. He has created numerous works in photography, film, dance, installation and...

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Born 1960 in Japan. Hirakawa is now an internationally known contemporary artist after studying Applied Sociology. He has created numerous works in photography, film, dance, installation and performance.  His work has been exhibited over 300 times at museums, art centers, and galleries all over the world including Venice Biennale Aperto, Istanbul Biennale, Site Santa Fe Biennale and Museum...

Most WTF-Worthy Art Exhibits | “The Value of Blood” – Phil Hansen

Internet Sensation Phil Hansen has been called a “modern pointillist” even though this piece represents that a lot of his other work doesn’t. Hansen’s “Value of...

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Internet Sensation Phil Hansen has been called a “modern pointillist” even though this piece represents that a lot of his other work doesn’t. Hansen’s “Value of Blood” features 500 ml of the artist’s own blood painted on 6,000 bandages. As if that wasn’t odd enough, the blood and bandage combination is designed in a way to create a giant...

French Youths Clean a Cave And Damage Prehistoric Art

The idea was to clean up graffiti, but a youth group in southwestern France got carried away and wiped out a bit of prehistory as...

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The idea was to clean up graffiti, but a youth group in southwestern France got carried away and wiped out a bit of prehistory as well, damaging cave paintings thousands of years old. It’s really cool when do-gooders get together to clean up offensive graffiti. But in the early 1992, a youth group in southwestern France...

Tourists damaged a historic Italian statue of Hercules while taking a selfie

A pair of tourists could face criminal charges in Italy after they shattered part of a priceless statue in the northern city of Cremona while...

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A pair of tourists could face criminal charges in Italy after they shattered part of a priceless statue in the northern city of Cremona while trying to snap a selfie. A piece of the statue’s crown collapsed under the weight of the men, causing it to fall to the floor and shatter into pieces, according to...

One Person’s Trash Is Another’s Treasure

Conceptual German artist Gustav Metzger’s installation Recreation of First Public Demonstration of Auto-Destructive Art was on display at the Tate Britain in 2004. The piece is...

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Conceptual German artist Gustav Metzger’s installation Recreation of First Public Demonstration of Auto-Destructive Art was on display at the Tate Britain in 2004. The piece is called Recreation Of First Public Demonstration Of Auto-Destructive Art , and mirrors a work that Metzger first displayed in 1961. A museum employee accidentally threw part of it away. How was he...

Woman trips, falls and Damages rare Picasso at Met

A woman stumbled into a Pablo Picasso painting and tore a 15-centimeter-rip into the 100-year-old treasure, “The Actor,” the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The six-foot by...

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A woman stumbled into a Pablo Picasso painting and tore a 15-centimeter-rip into the 100-year-old treasure, “The Actor,” the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The six-foot by four-foot painting, which marked the artist’s transition from his Blue period to the Rose, was damaged. Fortunately, the rip was not in the “focal point of the composition”, a museum...

Chinese Teenager Defaced 3,500-year-old Luxor Temple Wall in Egypt

A wall in the ancient Luxor temple in Egypt now bears the inscription “Ding Jinhao was here”in Mandarin. Ding, a Chinese teenager who was on...

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A wall in the ancient Luxor temple in Egypt now bears the inscription “Ding Jinhao was here”in Mandarin. Ding, a Chinese teenager who was on vacation with his parents in Egypt, defaced the wall, even though his family was being supervised by a tour guide. A micro-blogger named Shen, who visited the temple on the...

Museum Visitor Destroyed 17th Century Chinese Porcelain Vases

In 2006, a British man named Mr Flynn tripped over his shoelace and fell down a flight of stairs at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England....

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In 2006, a British man named Mr Flynn tripped over his shoelace and fell down a flight of stairs at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England. In the process, he knocked over and shattered three Chinese vases dating back to the 1600s that were perched on a window recess. Chinese porcelain vases said to be worth £500,000 (about $789,000). But...

American Tourist Snaps Off Finger to 600-year-old Italian Statue

An American tourist has sparked outrage overseas not for giving the finger but for accidentally taking one from a 600-year-old Italian statue.the 55-year-old Missouri man...

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An American tourist has sparked outrage overseas not for giving the finger but for accidentally taking one from a 600-year-old Italian statue.the 55-year-old Missouri man was measuring the right hand of the ancient artwork when he unintentionally snapped the pinky finger off the estimated 600-year-old piece dating to the late 14th or early 15th century by...

Student Breaks 19th Century Greco-Roman Statue While Taking a Selfie

Idiotic student snaps leg off valuable 19th century statue after sitting on its knee to take a picture of himself. There are a few basic rules...

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Idiotic student snaps leg off valuable 19th century statue after sitting on its knee to take a picture of himself. There are a few basic rules in museums. The first: don’t touch the art. The second: don’t take selfies while touching the art. At a museum in Milan, Italy, a student reportedly broke that second rule: he climbed on...

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