100 years ago, Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” scandalized the art world.  An exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (which, thanks to a relationship between Duchamp and a previous director of the museum, has one of the world’s best collections of Duchamp’s work) highlights the importance of this event.  I came across this photo-op by accident (luckily, not literally):

“Fountain” in the first floor women’s room

It’s located in the women’s room on the first floor of the museum.  No idea if there are others located in the museum – or how long it will be around.  But, for the moment, anyone with access to the women’s room can create their own “Fountain” photo.

Duchamp’s Fountain on display in the galleries


http://philamuseum.org/exhibitions/855.html (through 12/3/17)