Toilets and human waste remain taboo subjects, yet some artists have created artworks incorporating bathrooms and bodily functions.
When art meets the toilet world.
A Russian artist made a poop sculpture in St. Petersburg but he was sentenced by Russian authorities according to the penal code.
Japanese conceived a new form of art by showcasing an exhibit in which people can sniff animal butts through their portraits.
Poop can also be art as a German artist, Werner Härtl, is demonstrating by using cow poop to paint his art.
A poop sculpture was placed on an Australian beach to raise the issue of plastic pollution on the coasts.
The toilet manufacturer Kohler celebrates its 150th anniversary by reintroducing their old advert with its new toilet.
A new exhibit about toilets as a concept to explore women’s perspective by the multidisciplinary artist Jemima Sara.
When an ordinary object such as a urinal changed the concept of art along with the Dada movement originated in Europe.
In Canada, there’s an exhibition about poop telling about our lives, both from a biological perspective and from a cultural perspective.
An exhibit in a Rotterdam museum displayed giant poops where visitors have to be “naked” to explore these sculptures.