The main exhibit at the museum was of this guy's work:
Now I am the last guy to care much about art. Frankly I normally just don't get it, and for some of his work that was certainly the case here. But I also found some of his stuff really neat, and he had a GREAT mustache! For example; a painting of Christ's crucifixion looking down on Jesus' head gave a new perspective, and a printed description next to the painting says that if you look at two copies side by side through a stereoscopic viewer, you see a self portrait of the artist. Cool! A painting of his nude wife from 20 meters away becomes a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. The whole "Alice in Wonderland" series of illustrations were creepy but definitely interesting. The best part was the photo shoot of how he did this photograph:
Called “In Voluptas Mors” (“Voluptuous/Desirable Death”) it was done using seven nude women on a specially built black wooden platform and black drapes and took over 3 hours to align and photograph in 1951.