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Shia LaBoeuf opens an #IAMSORRY art exhibition in Los Angeles

February 11, 2014



Shia LaBoeuf insisted last month that his alleged acts of plagiarism and erratic behavior were part of a performance-art project about "celebrity/social media absurdity."

Now, just days after storming out of a Berlin press conference and wearing a paper bag on his head to Nymphomaniac premiere, LaBoeuf has opened a strange art exhibit at the Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles.

In line for this right now.... #iamsorry #shialabeouf pic.twitter.com/V6WHBShqSd-- Chelsea (@chelllseasays) February 11, 2014

LaBoeuf collaborated with artists Luke Turner and Nastja SÄde RÖnkkÖ on the so-called "#IAMSORRY exhibition, open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

During those hours, LaBoeuf sits at a table wearing a tuxedo and paper bag over his head. Visitors to the exhibit have said that the paper bag is wet around the 27-year-old actor's eyes, as if he's been crying.

Shia LaBeouf took off his mask for me at his LA "art" project #IAMSORRY. He was crying. http://t.co/hZvWhj8PxBpic.twitter.com/2Js1vGeAXc--Andrew Romano (@AndrewRomano) February 11, 2014

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