Sunday, March 1, 2009

An Man Starves a Dog and Calls it Art!


If you are wondering why some Latin American countries are such a toilet-wonder no more!

In 2007, Guillermo Vargas Habacuc, grabbed a homeless dog, he tide him up with a short rope to a wall in an art gallery and left him there to starve to death. As part of the gruesome exhibit, the Sandinista Anthem played, to the delight of the visitors - Hmmm.........a communist! What else can we expect from one of them.

The incredible part is that he was invited to repeat this horrendous crime again at the Bienal Centroamericana Honduras 2008.

There is an online petition to try to stop him: To sign Petition and say no to animal cruelty!!

This idiot should be incarcerated and the gallery closed down, but this happened in Nicaragua and judging by what barbaric act is allowed there, that's not likely to happen. What dark heart must the gallery owners and the people who visited have, to be able walk in that gallery and not have any mercy for a poor defenseless dog.

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” - Mahatma Ghandi

4 comments:

Muchacho Enfermo said...

I had read somewhere some months ago that he was trying to go to NTC and pull the same crap. I remember signing a petition back then...
I have two dogs of my own...

Seeing something this cruel and this vile is just about the only thing that me close to close tears in the last 20 years...

Do this artist have a website?

~Zurama~ said...

Muchacho, I'm not sure if he does, but when you go click on the petition link, there is a link there to the gallery exhibit, where the poor doggy was and it shows some of his pottery - all shit on a stick.

You know how it's often said that our eyes are the reflection of our souls, well, did you see his picture? this son of bitch has no soul!!!!

Muchacho Enfermo said...

Here's a link to this bastards blog... http://artehabacuc.blogspot.com/
here's his email address
habacuc.habacuc#gmail.com

What pisses me off even more then hid "art" is the people who actually went to see it and didn't drag him out to an alley to kick his ass.

I really hope he comes to Montreal one day so I can give him and his art a proper welcome.

Tazeen said...

what a bastard!!!

I fail to understand how can people accept that as art and do not beat the crap out of this sad excuse of a human being.