THE ART MUSEUM TOILET MUSEUM OF ART - NOW ACCEPTING IMAGES
World-renowned Collection’s First-Ever Call For Submissions
New York, NY, — The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art, the world’s largest collection of images of art museum toilets taken at various art museums around the world, is seeking to add to its unique collection through a call for submissions from other art museum art toilet aficionados.
The site currently houses exclusive images ranging from the prestigious marble lavatory at the Metropolitan Museum of New York, behind-closed-doors shots of the Hermitage’s latrines and the decaying (yet still flushing) pictures of the Mongolian Art Museum’s commodes.
“Our collection is one-of-a-kind, yet we realize that in today’s globalized world that it is important to expand our collection of images,” stated R. M. Schlemielle, Director of The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art. “We are seeking to have an image from every museum on the globe represented in our collection.”
The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art was officially founded in 2005 and since its inception, staff members have tirelessly been collecting images from around the world. Believed by experts to be the world’s largest, it was built to showcase the forgotten art that can be found in every museum.
By opening its doors and asking the public to add to its collection, the museum is entering an exciting new chapter for both the museum and the art world.
The official submission process includes sending an image to: email@example.com. Museum officials ask that each image be labeled with the name of the museum, the day the photo was taken and the name of the photographer. All will be posted if the image is selected.
"The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art was founded in the spirit of Marcel Duchamp, who in 1917 produced the sculpture “Fountain” and changed the way we view art," Schlemielle said. "This piece essentially showcased that art may not be hanging in the proud walls of a museum gallery, but in the common objects of everyday life -- even in the restroom. This website is asking some of the same questions about the current art establishment and questions what defines high brow art."
For more information about the The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note all images sent to the museum become property of the museum and can be printed & distributed at will and become property of The Art Museum Toilet Museum of Art UNLESS specified upfront. All terms are negotiable.
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