The Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, an art school in Germany has some harsh crits. A janitor (or janitors) trashed over 60 students artwork. There’s been a long standing divide between students and janitors over art being left in the hallways and the janitors made their point. The artworks were recovered from a dumpster behind the school, where students found that their work had not only been thrown in the trash, but smashed to pieces and their frames broken and stomped. Needles to say, the students are pissed. Some of the works were final projects and others had already been sold. The school has produced such greats like the late Joseph Beuys, and Gerhard Richter, one of the top 6 artists in the world, according to a Vanity Fair poll. It’s hard to prove what the financial loss is, but according to the students, the worst is the total disregard shown to their work and art in general. Custodians apologized in a letter sent to all the students, saying that none of the workers were given orders to destroy the works. (Guess they just decided to be proactive.) But so far, no one has said who is responsible for the art massacre.