Almost every museum offers paintings and sculptures. With quirky, confusing and imaginative exhibitions, some museums amaze and baffle their visitors, or make them laugh
To visit this exhibition, you don’t even have to leave your home. The Gluten Free Museum is an online museum on the Internet platform Tumblr and presents gluten-free versions of world-famous paintings, photos or film scenes. One finds van Gogh’s “Rest from Work” without the grain harvest, Cézanne’s “Still Life with Bread and Eggs” without bread or Lady and the Tramp’s romantic dinner without the spaghetti. Worth a visit not only for those with gluten intolerance!
Gluten Free Museum, Online-Museum, glutenimage.tumblr.com
Don’t take it so seriously
The association is called “Recycling of Surplus Thoughts.” It has made it a mission to share its quirky ideas and thoughts with the world and has been exhibiting them in the Nonseum since 1994. This includes wonderfully useless items such as the triple “umbrella for pessimists” or a “travel case for Bavarian sausage” (see photos). A collection of historical buttonholes shows a buttonhole from Napoleon’s tunic, enclosed in a plastic bag. Those who enjoy wordplay and thinking outside of the box will love this exhibition.
Nonseum, Herrnbaumgarten (AT), Dauerausstellung, nonseum.at