The museum itself is an architectural wonder. In large and well space galleries, we enjoyed collections that were inspiring, provocative and disturbing. Some of the exhibits have accompanying film clips and of course, there is a collection of Impressionist artwork, a popular and perennial favorite among many museum attendees. We particularly enjoyed the special exhibit of the work of David Nipo and its presentation.
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