Sunday, 29 June 2014

The Morbid Anatomy Museum reopens, bringing lectures and mummified cat heads to Brooklyn




The Morbid Anatomy Museum started as a blog in 2007 by Joanna Ebenstein, an artist and historian of the weird. Ebenstein and her associates began cataloguing odd relics, toys, medical curiosities, and other offbeat items of interest in the Morbid Anatomy Library, a small space in South Brooklyn open to the public.
The Morbid Anatomy Library started hosting lectures and workshops in taxidermy, post-mortem photography, mail order porn, 18th century Italian anatomical waxes, Victorian hair art,...
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