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Discover grizzlty's Instagram So the Guggenheim is showing dogs forcibly running on treadmills as art... as an art museum, you'd think they'd know the difference between art and cruelty. Exhausted and confused, the dogs run towards each other, while museum goers watch... why does this remind me of the saw movies?... where'd they get these dogs, who watches this and how is the Guggenheim even entertaining this as an art piece. No class, no respect, and no art... #guggenheim #tortureisnotart 1610684724282610950_418732161

So the Guggenheim is showing dogs forcibly running on treadmills as art... as an art museum, you'd think they'd know the difference between art and cruelty. Exhausted and confused, the dogs run towards each other, while museum goers watch... why does this remind me of the saw movies?... where'd they get these dogs, who watches this and how is the Guggenheim even entertaining this as an art piece. No class, no respect, and no art... #guggenheim #tortureisnotart

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Discover megmaggio88's Instagram Looking forward to seeing Chen Shaoxiong (陈劭雄1962-2016 Shantou, Guangdong Province, China) in #Guggenheim #museum #nyc 1610674024470329456_21596824

Looking forward to seeing Chen Shaoxiong (陈劭雄1962-2016 Shantou, Guangdong Province, China) in #Guggenheim #museum #nyc

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Discover thefairlyoddpups's Instagram ‼️these dogs deserve better‼️ #Repost @dammitgracie777 (@get_repost)
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I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above (if it's not working, link is http://bit.ly/2y0Ca0y). .
These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight.
 please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim 1610672550795113469_5910680082

‼️these dogs deserve better‼️ #repost@dammitgracie777 (@get_repost) ・・・ #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #humannightmaresans #repost@sophiegamand (@get_repost) ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above (if it's not working, link is http://bit.ly/2y0Ca0y). . These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim

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Discover megmaggio88's Instagram Looking forward to seeing Yan Lei (颜磊 b. 1965 Hebei , China) in #Guggenheim #museum #nyc 1610672361151990943_21596824

Looking forward to seeing Yan Lei (颜磊 b. 1965 Hebei , China) in #Guggenheim #museum #nyc

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Discover ashley_aamot's Instagram #Repost @sophiegamand (@get_repost)
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Warning: graphic content.
I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above.

These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight.
 please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim 1610670221563981474_8219661

#repost@sophiegamand (@get_repost) ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above. These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim

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Discover hanamakov's Instagram Architecture appreciation again #guggenheim  #nyc 1610668709934851927_458220656

Architecture appreciation again #guggenheim #nyc

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Discover helping_animals18's Instagram PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION IN @sophiegamand BIO #Repost @sophiegamand (@get_repost)
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Warning: graphic content.
I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above.

These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight.
 please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim 1610665256538114868_2137332960

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION IN @sophiegamand BIO #repost@sophiegamand (@get_repost) ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above. These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim

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Discover lcvonhessen's Instagram Slice of life. #guggenheim 1610658844680447805_1586899661

Slice of life. #guggenheim

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Discover twoedgyveggies's Instagram Please read from @sophiegamand
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Warning: graphic content.
I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above.

These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. @GUGGENHEIM  please sign the petition (link is in my bio @sophiegamand ) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim #pitbull 1610657695803400325_4892781961

Please read from @sophiegamand ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above. These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. @GUGGENHEIM please sign the petition (link is in my bio @sophiegamand ) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim #pitbull

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Discover thegreatwhitepigseal's Instagram Shame on you. I will never visit your museum. This is not art. You are disgusting pieces of shit. "Art and making a social, political or cultural statement will never be more important than the life of a living being. This isn't in support of provocative artwork that challenges social conditions. This is in support of exploitation and animal abuse." Please repost, share, sign the petition, call the museum. #ThisIsNOTArt #TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #NYC #NewYork #Guggenheim #AnimalRights #StopAnimalCruelty 1610657388955535663_4172314883

Shame on you. I will never visit your museum. This is not art. You are disgusting pieces of shit. "Art and making a social, political or cultural statement will never be more important than the life of a living being. This isn't in support of provocative artwork that challenges social conditions. This is in support of exploitation and animal abuse." Please repost, share, sign the petition, call the museum. #thisisnotart #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #nyc #newyork #Guggenheim #animalrights #stopanimalcruelty

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Discover lindakuophoto's Instagram On Oct. 6th, the Guggenheim is featuring a highly anticipated exhibit called "Art and China after 1989" The exhibition features a 7 min. Video showing 4 pairs of pit bulls tethered to non-motorized treadmills, while facing each other, and running at high speed. They are not allowed to touch one another, and have been trained to fight. They become weary and salivate. The states: "artwork that seeks to examine and critique systems of power and control." This is "artspeak" at its finest. Theatrics of this nature is not art. Force training dogs to fight, and putting them in an arena in which they are not allowed to express their forcibly conditioned aggression, has no parallel with human systems of power and control. Unlike humans, they cannot choose. They have no premeditated agenda. #guggenheim #tortureisnotart #boycottguggenheim 1609234457952021761_1526058251

On Oct. 6th, the Guggenheim is featuring a highly anticipated exhibit called "Art and China after 1989" The exhibition features a 7 min. Video showing 4 pairs of pit bulls tethered to non-motorized treadmills, while facing each other, and running at high speed. They are not allowed to touch one another, and have been trained to fight. They become weary and salivate. The states: "artwork that seeks to examine and critique systems of power and control." This is "artspeak" at its finest. Theatrics of this nature is not art. Force training dogs to fight, and putting them in an arena in which they are not allowed to express their forcibly conditioned aggression, has no parallel with human systems of power and control. Unlike humans, they cannot choose. They have no premeditated agenda. #guggenheim #tortureisnotart #boycottguggenheim

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Discover lcvonhessen's Instagram Preparations for a new exhibit. #guggenheim #artcrates 1610657171027496941_1586899661

Preparations for a new exhibit. #guggenheim #artcrates

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Discover dammitgracie777's Instagram #TortureIsNotArt  #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #humannightmaresans
#Repost @sophiegamand (@get_repost)
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I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above (if it's not working, link is http://bit.ly/2y0Ca0y). .
These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight.
 please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim 1610657169141070845_200834680

#tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #humannightmaresans #repost@sophiegamand (@get_repost) ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above (if it's not working, link is http://bit.ly/2y0Ca0y). . These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim

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Discover lcvonhessen's Instagram The view from below. #guggenheim 1610655682384936522_1586899661

The view from below. #guggenheim

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Discover mackku_so's Instagram Birthday sketch of the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan. Went with my class earlier this morning and got some great work done.
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#art#drawing#architecture#artoftheday#sketch#college#university#school#assignment#building#museum#artmuseum#guggenheim#solomonrguggenheimmuseum#design#pencil#graphite#franklloydwright 1610655493449572023_272927352

Birthday sketch of the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan. Went with my class earlier this morning and got some great work done. 。 。 。 #art#drawing#architecture#artoftheday#sketch#college#university#school#assignment#building#museum#artmuseum#guggenheim #solomonrguggenheimmuseum#design#pencil#graphite#franklloydwright

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I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above.

These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight.
 please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotart hashtag... 
#TortureIsNotArt #GuggenheimTortureIsNotArt #guggenheim 1610654705742918452_2226277363

#repost@sophiegamand (@get_repost) ・・・ Warning: graphic content. I told myself I wouldn’t post about this again, not yet anyway. But I finally saw the dog video the @Guggenheim is presenting as “art” in its upcoming exhibition. My heart is shattered. I have posted the link in my story for those of you who want to be witnesses for these dogs, and a few stills in the slides above. These poor 8 souls. And through the darkness, the horror of this video, one thing hurts even deeper: these dogs aren’t even trying to fight. There is just sheer fear and pain. Eight dogs stunned, not understanding what they are supposed to do, as the floor just slips from under their paws, forcing them to run faster and faster toward each other. Passed the first shock, they go eerily quiet. Then a few barks, more like calls for help and again the same question: “why?”. A couple of dog handlers trying to encourage the dogs from the sidelines. A crowd of press and art critics there to witness “great art” being made. I knew this was going to be bad, and I felt horrified that yet again pit bulls were going to be shown in such a negative light. What pains me more is that, yet again, pit bulls showed they do not want to be fighters. They do not want to be monsters. They do as they are told, they do as they are forced to, and all the while asking us: “Why?”. I am more determined now to get this video shut down as well as all the animal cruelty pieces Guggenheim is trying to feed us as “art”. I am editing myself right now, trust me… There are many things I want to be typing. But seeing these poor souls betrayed, abused while the art world applauds, fueled a stronger fire in my soul. Guggenheim, you are reminding me why we fight. please sign the petition (link is in my bio) and keep the pressure on. Repost, post about this and us the #tortureisnotarthashtag... #tortureisnotart #guggenheimtortureisnotart #guggenheim

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#repost@pitties3 (@get_repost) ・・・ #repost@shelter.tales ・・・ Thank you! We need more of this! Guggenheim reconsider! Repost @chris.360 Repost @newyorkanimaldefenders ・・・ HAPPENING NOW AT THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM -- CANCEL THIS SHOW BEFORE IT OPENS OCT. 6th --NO EXCUSE FOR ANIMAL ABUSE@guggenheim @newyorkanimaldefenders @alexandramunroe #nyc #newyorkcity #china #film #animalabuseisnotart #tortureisnotart #artandchina #nycart #artnyc #guggenheim #guggenheimmuseum #pitbulllove #animallover #animalrights

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