A man has walked into an art gallery in London, taken out a pen and written his name on a much-loved painting.
He claims what he did was in itself an artistic act; other say it was just pure vandalism.
In this week's 6 Minute English, Neil and Jen discuss strange events at the Tate Modern.
This week's question:
The highest price ever paid for a painting was for Paul Cezanne's 'The Card Players'. How much did it cost? Was it:
Listen out for the answer at the end of the programme.
Art or vandalism?
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wrote over and ruined
dark and serious
group of artists who produce work based on a common philosophy
being excited by something enough to try yourself
art based on the unconscious mind
a type of toilet for men
deliberately destroying objects