#BestMuseumBum : who has the nicest butt ? - The Point

wood, stone, silicone... Same dummy, same old, buttocks appeal to everyone. From this observation a bit lewd, and to encourage art-lovers to find their way back

#BestMuseumBum : who has the nicest butt ? - The Point

wood, stone, silicone... Same dummy, same old, buttocks appeal to everyone. From this observation a bit lewd, and to encourage art-lovers to find their way back to museums, curators around the world have launched a new challenge : the #BestMuseumBum, or #CuratorBattle, reports The Voice of the North.

The idea, launched by the archaeological museum in Yorkshire, the United Kingdom, is to compare which of the various institutions, offers works of art to the most beautiful post. "An opportunity for the museums, great as small, to share their works in connection with a theme to create what has become a global exhibition and online," explained a spokesman for the british museum, tells The Guardian.

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The quai Branly plays the "japanese tradition"

The craze, then quickly won the conservatives of the world, each publishing on the social networks its attributes art the most glorious, the funniest or the most original. In France, the musée du quai Branly, Jacques Chirac, and the museum of Arts and Crafts, in particular, have also been delivered to the fiscal year. The first was posted on Twitter a "molding silicone back male tattooed" and his " pattern inspired by the japanese tradition of noh theater ". Finally it is the people who have quickly taken over the challenge, on networks, some leaving to go to the humor more than the item

the Voice of The North reminds us that museums, and particularly those of Yorkshire, are not at their first attempt. The british institution had already launched a first challenge, in the month of April, joining other museums and collections to share their works more frightening.

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Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 09:33

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