Ladybugs Attend Art Exhibition Closing
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
It was the closing day of the surrealist Renee Magritte's show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art yesterday and a guard noticed a peculiar sight: a Ziploc bag full of ladybugs. The bag was mysteriously left in the museum. A few ladybugs flew free before guards cleared them out. Even with galleries decorated with clouds on the floor and freeways on the ceiling, the little ladybugs were indeed a surreal surprise.
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