Following painted-over murals, a slew of arrests and tsk-tsks from the city, the “Art in the Streets” exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art continues to be fun to watch. Most recently, street artist Becca Midwood, whose work was originally intended to be included in the exhibition until it was pulled when the museum made a “last minute curatorial choice,” decided she still wanted to be a part of it all and took matters into her own hands. Buying a ticket and sneaking materials into her purse, she made her way to the women’s restroom to install a piece of her own. Here’s the video:
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