Ten terrifyingly lifelike animatronic dinosaurs (made in Japan) have arrived at the Natural History Museum, London, UK. They're huge and they move! Scare the kids witless from 30 June 2006 until 15 April 2007. Dino Jaws promises to be a blockbuster of an exhibition. So don't turn up on spec. Book in advance. Entry is timed. Expensive at £21 for a family ticket, but members enter free. So think about becoming a member before you buy tickets. Click the title link for more info. plus a dino game!
Yes, but is it art? Depends how good it is. Modern art is all about shocking us out of our complacency (so the art pundits allege). Therefore, if it shocks you into a quivering jelly, it must be art! At least it should be more fun than the tripe at Tate Modern.