Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera, who is living in Queens this year as part of her project exploring “Useful Art,” made a copy of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain, created in 1917, and restored it to its original purpose–as a urinal, installing it in a men’s room at the Queens Museum of Art. Considered one of the most influential artworks of all time, “…you can see it,” she says. “And you can pee in it.” Click here to read more about Tania Bruguera from Niborama…

Photo Courtesy of the Artist and the Queens Museum of Art

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