The vandal, a 42-year-old truck driver from Dallas, left the bull with a six-inch gash and several other deep scratches. According to eye-witnesses, he was ranting about President Donald Trump while bashing the bull.
This is the third historical marker to be damaged by bullets since it was erected in 2007. Now, three University of Mississippi students are facing a possible civil rights investigation after posing with guns next to the bullet-punctured sign.
The police found Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” sculpture at the city’s Millennium Park covered in graffiti.
Artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset, who designed the monument over a decade ago, says, “The memorial can be repaired — it is far worse when the victim of violent homophobia is a human being.”
The charter is one of four Magna Cartas existence, and has been temporarily removed from public display after its vitrine was shattered by a hammer.
The vandal gave the Medieval statue in Spain a KISS-worthy makeover.
This summer has seen a string of racially motivated acts of vandalism across the country. Is the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Missouri white supremacy’s latest victim?
Officials in Chile failed to protect the 1,400-year-old cave paintings, which are currently under no surveillance.
The gallery’s director reportedly threw the culprit out after catching him or her many color-handed.
On Saturday, a man wielding a screwdriver cut two long gashes into “The Morning Walk,” though conservators believe the damage can be easily repaired.
On February 7, men wearing balaclavas stormed into the Visual Culture Research Center and destroyed an exhibition of work about the Maidan Revolution by artist Davyd Chychkan.
A Philip Johnson-designed chapel in Dallas was vandalized after the pastor spoke on a local conservative talk show.