Presented by Walter McBeer Gallery, the "Nanomuseum" recently opened with works by Chris Marker and Hans Ulrich Obrist as the curator. The concept began as a mobile gallery that Obrist apparently used to carry around in his pocket with rotating exhibitions. The current museum is affixed to a wall in a physical space, but the star-studded photos above are a part of the virtual gallery and "opening" that never really happened. Henry Gunderson, the artist who runs Walter McBeer, told ANIMAL that famous people's photos were found online and Photoshopped to look like they visited the gallery. 

To learn more about the "Nanomuseum", Hans Ulrich Obrist's curation, and the opening that never was, you can check out the Walker McBeer site here.

[via ANIMAL]