Enjoy the Comfort of Golden Toilet at New York Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum displayed an 18 Karat functional golden toilet in New York. This Toilet was created by Artist Maurizio Cattelan and this will be installed in one of the bathroom stalls replacing a Kohler toilet.



Cattelan, who is a Milan based artist and a driver’s son, earlier this year hinted that his creation had been inspired by economic inequality.

Cattelan, 55, is known for his provocative sculptures, including La Nona Ora, which depicted Pope John Paul II floored by a meteorite.


Guggenheim publicist Molly Stewart told the New York Daily News that “You can lock the door and have your experience, whether that be just looking at the toilet or using it” Visitors who pay for the Admission into the Museum could use this toilet

A fully functioning solid gold toilet, made by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, is going into public use at the Guggenheim Museum in New York on September 15, 2016. A guard will be stationed outside the bathroom to protect the work, entitled 'America', which recalls Marcel Duchamp's famous work, 'Fountain'. / AFP / William EDWARDS (Photo credit should read WILLIAM EDWARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

This solid gold toilet is named ‘Maurizio Cattelan: America’

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So People, What are you’ll waiting For.. Grab your Tickets and Enjoy ‘AMERICA’


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