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