Our post about the arrest of Carmen Tisch, who was busted for pounding, scratching and rubbing against a Clyfford Still painting worth $30 million-plus, sparked a slew of responses from readers.
Here's one from a reader who wondered if Tisch isn't something of an artist herself.
Aimless Rambler writes:
If art is suppose to enact a unique response during contemplation, beyond the aesthetic and invoke emotion, maybe she was just expressing her inner most feelings! OR It's just performance art on abstract expressionism! What a concept!
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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