FOTO: Muzeji se takmiče koji ima bolju zadnjicu u kolekciji
IT’S TIME FOR #CURATORBATTLE!— Yorkshire Museum (@YorkshireMuseum) June 26, 2020
Today’s theme is #BestMuseumBum!
This cracking Roman marble statuette depicts an athlete at the peak of fitness! It may have decorated the town house of one of Eboracum’s wealthier residents. Has someone taken a bite out of this ?
BEAT THAT! pic.twitter.com/N3A6KYz339
#BestMuseumBum #CuratorBattle @YorkshireMuseum— M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art (@CiurlionisMus) July 1, 2020
Throughout her life, Meila Kairiūkštytė-Balkus was interested in the topic of femininity, which is reflected in her work "Elena I". Her sculptures are naturalistic, seeking to convey real rather than idealized forms of a woman. pic.twitter.com/QJfmB9gg9z
We raise your athlete and instead give you the bum of a drunken fish. Yes you heard me.— York Art Gallery (@YorkArtGallery) June 26, 2020
Made by Pamela Mei Yee Leung, it was part of a body of work which married animals and humans together to create mythological creatures with personalities. #BestMuseumBum #CuratorBattle pic.twitter.com/qUAa3NgGcG
Maybe my favorite thing on the internet this morning is a curatorial battle for #BestMuseumBum? Though I'm tempted by a classic marble statue, I do feel the need to retweet solidarity for sumo bums. https://t.co/EYWdR1S0vT— Dr. Paula R. Curtis (@paularcurtis) July 3, 2020