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

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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Be Center of Museum Experience, Step into Works of ArtArt in Island lets visitors engage with reproductions of over 200 paintings old and new, many of which are displayed in 3D through tricks of perspective.Learn more: https://www.psfk.com/2015/03/art-in-island-manila-philippines-bus-station.html

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