While many museums closed their doors during the pandemic, Australia’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) did things a bit differently, showcasing Tim – a man who doubles as a living, breathing artwork. It all began in 2006 when Tim, a former Swiss tattoo parlor owner, agreed to have his back inked by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye. Since then, he’s become the world’s most unconventional exhibit, sitting in silence with Delvoye’s artwork on his back. Even with MONA temporarily closed, Tim keeps sitting in the empty museum, live-streamed on the internet. It’s a ‘skin’-sational story you won’t believe! Click here to meet the man behind the masterpiece



Living, Human Artwork Sits on Display in Closed Art Museum for Six Hours Every Day