The car will never be painted.
In Denmark, the Museum of fine arts, århus has conducted an unusual campaign: visitors are invited to scribble some writing on a specially displayed for this convertible Lamborghini Gallardo, which costs 170 thousand dollars.
The visitors quickly began to a given case, and scratched a luxury sports car and scratched on the hood and doors a variety of labels.
“Your every action leaves a trace in the society in which you live. None of us remains untouched, because every small action affects the whole picture,” explained the gist of what happens, one of the Museum staff.
Later, the Norwegian artist Dolk Lundgren said that now the car has become a complete work of art and will never be painted.
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