A “art exhibition that can be stolen” in Tokyo was originally scheduled to be held at 0:00 local time on the 10th. But about 30 minutes before the exhibition, a large number of “thieves” rushed into the venue and emptied all the works in an instant. The scene was in chaos. The police arrived at the scene after receiving a report from nearby residents.
According to the Huffington Post’s Japanese website on the 10th, 10 pieces of works by 10 groups of artists, including photographer Wu Weibin and game designer ITO Gabin, were included in the exhibition. Unlike regular art exhibitions, art will not be “strictly managed” and visitors will be encouraged to take their favorite works.
The exhibition was planned to be held at 0:00 on the 10th, but many people came to the venue at the scheduled time and found that there was nothing to steal. A public at the scene said, “when I arrived at the scene at about 11:30, the surrounding roads were already full of people, and the police were dredging the traffic at the scene. I was going to see the exhibition and steal my favorite works, but it was not until 11:40 that the works were stolen and everyone was expelled from the venue. “.
Mrs. Hasegawa, 47, who is the main planner of the exhibition, said in a statement on the morning of the 10th that “there were so many people on the scene that I could hardly stand on the roadside, so I wanted to open the door earlier. As a result, people poured in like a tide, and the works almost disappeared in a moment. After the neighbors complained, the police came, and I would like to go to the police station to explain the details. I’m sorry for the neighbors who have been harassed and the visitors who have not been able to see the exhibition.
Hasegawa said earlier that he was very interested in how participants “steal” their works. He welcomed the question of whether he could act as a “strange thief” in animation and animation. The official website of the exhibition also announced other relevant rules: each person is allowed to steal one work; no other works are allowed to enter the venue; masks, masks and other decorations can be worn; please abide by social etiquette and do not disturb the surrounding residents.
The incident also caused concern on the Japanese Internet. A netizen Tucao said, “what I thought would be a sporadic” monster “was a sporadic” pirate “. I did not expect a large number of” Robbers “. Another netizen said,” Taro Aso was still bragging about the quality of the people, which was exposed all the time. “Another netizen pointed out that” it has been a serious matter to make complaints about the fact that we have not started yet. ” You’ve stolen. “. It is reported that some “stolen” exhibits have appeared on the Japanese auction website.