Where does the shoe thrown at George W. Bush go after the scandal dies down to continue receiving the proper amount of gawking and attention?
A black leather dress shoe claiming that title has found its final resting place in a micro-museum housed in an 80-square-foot freight elevator in Manhattan. Opening off a back alley in the posh Tribeca neighborhood, the simply titled “Mmuseumm” features a rotating display of bizarre knickknacks that find a second life in a space where visitors can take in everything there is to see with a quick 360-degree rotation.
“When curating this season we agreed upon one simple rule,” Alex Kalman, a co-creator of the project, told The Atlantic. “If upon discovering a potential collection, it does not completely and utterly blow our minds, we don’t even consider it.”