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Topic - Grant Wood
The iconic figures in Grant Wood's painting "American Gothic" have taken up temporary residence at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.
In the capital of one of the world's most dangerous countries, a hooded, masked man jumped out of a car on an assault mission.
"We cannot but be conscious of the paint itself, of thick white dabbled and stabbed, swerved and smeared into place," he writes of Homer's "Undertow."
He said he started the protest attacks in October when he got tired of working a high-pressure agency job creating art for advertisements.