Artists Perform Live Breast Milking At Art Basel, Removed from Event
Art Basel Artists Yanked For Live Breast Milking ... After $200K Bid For Milk
12/6/2022 10:55 AM PT
Art Basel in Miami was filled with tons of memorable and thought-provoking pieces of art -- but very few stacked up to a live breast-milking display that saw bidding reach $200k.
The wild display went down over the weekend during Miami Art Week ... when contemporary artist OONA performed "MILKING THE ARTIST" with Lori Baldwin in front of a huge crowd.
The display began with the 2 artists shouting about fetishizing the female breast before OONA began to squeeze milk out of her breast. We gotta say, it appears they use a prosthetic, but the artist tells us, "They are as real as you want them to be."
After auctioning off the milk to the crowd -- and hitting a $200K bid -- the 2 were forcefully removed from the Art Basel premises.
There’s an ATM at Art Basel that, after you put your bank card in, displays your account value on a leaderboard 👀— No Jumper (@nojumper) December 2, 2022 @nojumper
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Art Basel featured a ton of interesting displays from artists ... including a MASSIVE bowl of eggs, a textile portrait of Salt-N-Pepa, and a fully-functioning ATM that publically ranked people based on how much dough was in their bank account.
However, it appears security at the art show was lactose intolerant.