An art gallery in Los Angeles is counting the cost of a selfie taken by a woman who knocked over an exhibit, creating a domino effect that toppled a row of expensive works.
The footage, released on LiveLeak, was from a Simon Birch exhibit at the 14th Factory in Los Angeles. In the video, a woman crouches beside one of the pillars, seemingly to take a selfie with the artwork, when she seems to lose balance and topple the stand.
But the problem did not end there.
The pillar then knocked over the one next to it and so on until the entire row crashed to the ground.
A spokesperson for the gallery told IBTimes UK that the damage caused was around $200,000 (£155,000).
Three of the artworks were "permanently damaged" in the accident, the spokesperson said, and other were damaged "to varying degrees".
The art project is only in LA until the end of July, people wanting to see the exhibit can reserve their entry here.
The damaged exhibit was called Hypercaine. "Inside a serene space, singular objects rest on plinths: these are crowns, or at least some semblance of what a crown might be, presented as precious trophies or boons." the project says about Hypercaine.