InterruptingQuirk: Pictures of the artist whose vase was broken by the man in the museum:[dfuse.in image 800x376]
fusillade762: When told to put it down, the security guard said Caminero smashed it on the floor.Technically he was just following the guard's instructions. Also:[i1.ytimg.com image 850x478]
the801: [guides.gamepressure.com image 500x313]
C18H27NO3: Why do a lot of artists seem to have a screw loose?
NDP2: "That vase's worth $1,000,000!""Not anymore."/Reference shouldn't be obscure.
Paris1127: A police affidavit says Caminero told officers he broke the vase to protest the museum's lack of local artist displays and because "the museum only displayed international artists' art."Well this will certainly incentivize the museum to accept more local artists' works.
GoldDude: Maximo Caminero sounds like a whiny little no-talent biatch. Destroying another artist's work is your fifteen minutes of fame, Maximo. Enjoy it, because nobody is ever going to remember you for the crap you produce. And by the way, Ai Weiwei's stuff ain't really that great either, so you're probably going to jail for destruction of a ridiculously-overvalued vase. I hope your next "installation" occurs when you drop the soap in the prison shower.
rebelyell2006: Amusing? Would it be amusing if a British citizen tore up the Constitution in protest, or a Vietnamese tourist smashed the Vietnam Memorial with a sledgehammer?
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