A New York City museum is putting forth guests an opportunity to sit on a golden throne, however just in private.
As a major aspect of his "America" display at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan supplanted the toilet in the musem's fourth-floor restroom with a completely utilitarian imitation cast in 18-karat gold.
Viewers are welcome to utilize the strong gold toilet pretty much as they would some other office.
It's the first piece Cattelan has displayed since his 2011 review at the Guggenheim. It opens on Friday.
The museum says on its site that the show "offers a wink to the overabundances of the craftsmanship showcase additionally summons the American long for open door for all."