Stabbing: A new art form – IOTW Report

Stabbing: A new art form

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One woman stabbed another during a fight at world-famous Art Basel Miami Beach, causing at least one patron to think he was watching performance art. 

NSFW- Bloody photo included.

5 Comments on Stabbing: A new art form

  1. Repukean performance art

    Here’s a little something for “Melt the Lines Monday”

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    The group declined to comment for this article.

    In the House, the bill has been championed by Ohio Rep. Steve Chabot, chairman of the Small Business Committee, Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Maryland Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) and Louisiana Rep. Charles W. Boustany. Their offices did not respond to multiple emails. “”

  2. Well, I must say I’ve never, ever, heard of the “world famous” Art Basel, and now that I have, I just don’t care!
    Sounds like the kind of place that anyone who would choose to go there deserves to be stabbed. At least!

  3. What?!? Of COURSE a patron thought it was performance art… Violence and such just doesn’t OCCUR at such a high-brow venue, don’t’cha know?

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