The mouse in the Smithsonian

On February 2, 1966 by admin

During the Smithsonian-Traveling –Exhibition
























During the Smithsonian-Traveling –Exhibition  ,


I received a package from the Museum returning one of the sculptures. This  “Pupazzo”  had a mouse on it’s head, which I had bought in an antique shop and put on the sculpture as a hat. It was a “real” mouse done by a taxidermist.  The letter from the Smithsonian explained to me that they had to take this particular piece out, because several visitors had screamed  while noticing it.



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