I don’t know about you, but I have always wondered what the toilets looked like in museums. I mean, who needs the Mona Lisa when you have the john?
The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art features photography of commodes from around the world. From Toronto to Tokyo and the Guggenheim to the State Tretyakov, you get an inside peek into where business really gets done.
You would expect museums to have hip, modern designs, and some do live up to these expectations. Others fall unflushed and well short of our artistic hopes.
Wondering which flush belongs to which famous space?
Image 1: Tate Museum
Image 2: Perth Art Museum
Image 3: The Guggenheim
Image 4: The Met
Image 5: The Philadelphia Art Museum
Image 6: The State Tretyakov
Image 7: The Toronto Art Museum
Image 8: The China Art Museum
Image 9: The Tokyo National Museum of Art
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