Shia LaBeouf cries at '#IAMSORRY' exhibit in Los Angeles

By Gina DiFalco,

Shia LaBeouf held his own art exhibition on Tuesday in Los Angeles, in a gallery space across the street from the BuzzFeed offices. The actor, who has been acting bizarrely for the past few weeks, titled it “#IAMSORRY.”

LaBeouf wore a paper bag over his head again, just like he did over the weekend at the Berlin Film Festival, at the Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles. He wore the same bag, which read "I am not famous anymore."

The Nymphomaniac star wasn’t alone at the exhibit, as he also had Finnish performance artist Nastja Säde Rönkkö there. Rönkkö greeted guests and urged them to pick one of the “implements” provided on a table, which was full of random objects including a bottle of Jack Daniels and a bowl of folded pieces of paper that were printed out tweets about the actor.

According to Entertainmentwise, LaBeouf sat behind a black curtain at another table in a tuxedo with the bag over his head.

A Daily Beast reporter said when he asked him to confirm he was actually LaBeouf, he took the bag off and looked like he had been crying. A TIME reporter who was also there noted he likely ripped off the exhibit from Marina Abramoviç and Maria Legault called The Apology Project, which was most likely the point.

image: Wikimedia Commons



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