ARTS & CULTURE
06/21/2012 06:01 pm ET Updated Aug 21, 2012

The Evolving And Bizarre Story Of Houston's Vandalized Picasso

Poor Picasso. His "Femme au fauteuil rouge (Woman in a Red Armchair)" (1929) was vandalized last week at Houston's Menil Collection and the artist claiming responsibility for the action, Uriel Llanderos, has essentially been bragging about his bravado on his rather sparse Facebook page.

A close-up of the stencil someone vandalized on Picasso's at the Menil Collection, Houston (screenshot from http://youtu.be/dhDgxNsLzgM)
But the story doesn't stop there

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