Oddly that one day within the city didn’t feel rushed, despite having a tight schedule to follow. Even though we were keeping track of our time, the time spent looking at the galleries felt to go on forever-as in without the vast amount of people buzzing around like in the Art Institute of Chicago-as they were all in smaller, quieter, spaces with a scarce amount of people. We were all able to look at the pieces closely without having to worry about being in people’s ways. Of course, its easier to pick out which places you like more because if you ever find yourself not liking what’s inside you could easily go out (though not too quickly), compared to having to find your way around the museum to a next exhibit that you might enjoy. Though one thing I’m thankful about having other people with me is that if I was alone, I would have to dread the small talk with the gallery owners/workers.


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