Most art has always had a hands off approach which, while being sensible to adults, means nothing to the younger generation who having been dragged along to an art gallery probably see the act of standing and admiring artwork from a distance, whilst maintaining a sense of quiet and calm, akin to some form of torture.
Because if you go to an art gallery, you're never allowed to reach out and point too close to the paintings lest you accidentally touch them and ruin some of the carefully preserved brushstrokes and artistic brilliance, let alone make any noise. And have fun.
But an art gallery in China has reversed that idea, by displaying a range of paintings that reach out of the frame to touch visitors. And by the look of these pictures below the public seem to love it.
They're all part of the Magic Art exhibition at the Hangzhou Peace International Exhibition and Conference Center in China.
Visitors can go along and not only touch the pieces, but actively engage with them, even if that means sticking their head up a rhino's butt.
It's all good fun, just don't try to do the same thing when visiting the Louvre in Paris.