Almost three years ago, an unhinged Irish gentleman named Andrew Shannon punched a 141-year-old Monet painting hanging in Ireland's National Gallery. Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat was ruined—or so it seemed.
If you've spent your week wondering if pigeons can distinguish Picasso from Monet, get ready to have your questions answered. But the answer just makes us want more.
Over in South Korea, an art exhibition with a twist has opened, allowing people to get up close to Van Goghs, Monets and Millets for the first time. If you call Samsung TVs displaying the artwork an "exhibition," anyway. [AkiNews]