When we were enjoying the art work a woman from the gallery approached me and asked me to turn my backpack to the front. This was a perfectly reasonable request and I was happy to do it. However, she then proceeded to lecture me about the two signs they have on the door at the entrance. I found this particularly rude. First, my husband held the door open for me, so I did not see the signs. Second, I was not even greeted in a friendly manner, no hello, nothing. Every gallery we went to on Julia street was a pleasure except this one.
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