Human artwork Tim, his back covered in a tattoo applied over two years by Wim Delvoye, contemplates a canyon in the caramel-coloured sandstone of subterranean gallery Mona (the Museum of New and Old Art), Tasmania’s number one tourist attraction. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley

‘A subversive adult Disneyland’ – Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art will shock the senses

  • The controversial museum is the brainchild of its equally controversial owner – professional gambler David Walsh
  • A labyrinth of subterranean galleries contain artworks that both shock and awe, including a poo machine
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Human artwork Tim, his back covered in a tattoo applied over two years by Wim Delvoye, contemplates a canyon in the caramel-coloured sandstone of subterranean gallery Mona (the Museum of New and Old Art), Tasmania’s number one tourist attraction. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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