Australian Museum Installs Toilet as a Loophole to Anti-Discrimination Ruling Against Women-Only Exhibition

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Multiple works by Pablo Picasso are now featured on the walls of a women’s bathroom stall at the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) in Tasmania, Australia, ABC News reported Monday.

The Picasso paintings were originally featured in American artist Kirsha Kaechele’s “Ladies Lounge” installation, which offered an opulent retreat for female guests only, with champagne served by male butlers, and also features some of the museum’s most notable works, by artists such as Picasso and Sidney Nolan. The installation opened in 2020.

In April 2023, Jason Lau, a man from New South Wales, was denied entry to the lounge and then lodged a complaint with Tasmania’s civil and administrative tribunal, claiming the museum violated Tasmania’s anti-discrim...


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Australian Museum Installs Toilet as a Loophole to Anti-Discrimination Ruling Against Women-Only Exhibition