Tag Archives: Maurizio Cattelan
A photo of colorful rolls of toilet paper.

Toiletpaper Paradise: The Most Bizarre Exhibit in America

The Gallery at Cadillac House is usually a space of clean, contemporary lines—a mirrored and marbled exhibition space of the highest class. Right now, the floor, wall, and ceiling are covered in carpet that features massive photographs of sauce-covered spaghetti. Over that is dozens of posters of sport fish, a bathroom with a mirror full of […]

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An image of a gold toilet.

Guggenheim Museum Presents… A Solid Gold Toilet

In 1917, Marcel Duchamp flipped a urinal on its back, signed it with a pseudonym, and called it art. Or perhaps a collaborator of his did, stories differ. The Society of Independent Artists declined to display the piece in their annual exhibition, which may have been Duchamp’s purpose in the first place, and the story […]

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