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Art doesn’t last forever, Art cemetery in Lithuanian village helps artists bid farewell to their work

By Ruptly
10 January 2021   |   1:48 pm
A cemetery for art objects has been set in one of the Lithuanian villages, Narvaisiai, as footage filmed on Saturday shows. Juozas Laivys the creator of the cemetery, explained the idea by saying that art pieces have their right to die as they have their right to live, adding that it’s a way for artists to pay tribute to their creations.

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