Art Demonstrators in Berlin

Protesters marked Auschwitz commemorations by throwing paint outside a controversial Berlin art show given by the heir of a convicted Nazi industrialist. The demonstrators poured several litres of white emulsion by the entrance to the collection of contemporary artwork owned by Friedrich Christian Flick. During the exhibition's opening in September a protester snuck in, stripped naked and began to shave his head and body hair to make himself look like a concentration camp inmate. A woman attacked two works of art a few days later before shouting that she forgave their owner. For the full story - click the title Irish Art