LADY GAGA EXHIBITS FIRST ARTWORK
LADY GAGA made her debut as an artist with her first piece of work
exhibited in London.
The pop star donated a sculptural piece to the SHOWstudio.com shop in
the British capital for a show titled Inside/Out.
The work consists of a white urinal lying on its side, with an
inscription in black pen on the inner basin, reading: "I'm not f**king
Duchamp but I love p**sing with you" - a reference to Marcel Duchamp's
famous 1917 urinal Fountain sculpture.
The piece, named Armitage Shanks, is thought to have been picked up
by the singer during a recent photoshoot for Vogue Hommes Japan, which
saw her pose as a man.
The exhibition also features a video of the singer taken by famed
photographer Nick Knight, according to Vogue.co.uk. (LR/WNWCVG/ZN)