When A Crane Fell Over By A Museum, Everyone Thought It Was Modern Art

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On the morning of April 3, the Dallas Museum of Modern Art introduced a brand new installation: a giant construction crane doing a wheelie in the courtyard.

The truck was only on display for three hours, but a number of people got a chance to witness what could only be some a very new, very interesting piece of modern art.

If you weren't able to see it before it was taken down, it looked like this:

What does that look like to you? If you think it looks like a construction accident, you're smart.

If you think it looks like a work of art, you're a dummy who probably think this is a hyper-contemporary commentary on how an overactive American industry and bloodthirsty capitalists are running this country into the ground.

Here are some other pictures of the non-art (which is probably art).

I mean it's definitely "cool" I guess. And we all know what artists primarily strive for is to be "cool."