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Gallery Tour.

On October 13th of 2009, I went to the Sidney Mishkin hall located in 22nd st. for the gallery tour. When I got there, there was a long line. Since there were too many people, they divided us by few groups and let us go in one at a time. As a result, I had to wait out side for about ten to twenty minutes. The gallery was very clean but small. It was so small that it just took me about 10 minutes to see all the pictures there. Pictures were mostly photographs that people took before. There were so many great pictures that was interesting. Some pictures seemed like other things, but actually it wasn’t the thing that I expected. My favorite picture was the mountain picuture with different overall blue color. Blue mountain was very interesting to see and looked very different even though it was same mountain that I’ve seen. I really enjoyed this workshop. I would definitely recommend this to my other friends.

Posted in Arts at Baruch.


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