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Be Center of Museum Experience, Step into Works of Art

The world's largest 'trick art' museum welcomes flash photography with open arms

Rachel Pincus
  • 24 march 2015

Many museums around the world have had a problem with visitors taking constant selfies and snapshots, but one interactive exhibit has decided to embrace this trend. Art in Island, located in a former bus station in Manila, has decided to use this impulse as a way for visitors to engage with reproductions of over 200 paintings old and new, many of which are displayed in 3D through tricks of perspective.

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