Synthesized from the imagination and reality of the red-light district of Lima, Peru, “Grumildos” combines elements of kinetic theater and puppet performance. This voyeuristic experience reveals an intriguing world of forgotten characters brimming with mythological beings.
An immersive art installation by Bompas & Parr featuring carnival attractions for audiences to experience while exploring the sexual subtext of carnivals.
Spotlighting never before exhibited photography by legendary photographer, Milton Greene, and rare artifacts of the sex icon who started it all.
From same sex pairings and masturbation to dolphin blowhole sex and panda porn, The Sex Lives of Animals
establishes a “new natural history” and exposes how humans may not be the only species in the animal kingdom engaging in sex for pleasure.
gallery displays culturally significant artifacts from the Museum’s Permanent Collection of over 15,000 objects, including art, historical ephemera and technological innovations.