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Re: Van Gogh show.

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 21:14:45 -0400

Oh joy the pain of seeing or trying to see a show with everyone else
there with you.All the kids that could care less ,all the people that
won't move out of the way. Now with those headphone tours Yikes!!!!
I stopped going to see bands unless there are less than 200. I went to
the traveling Smithsonian show last year in Portland. Never again. I'm
pretty short only 5'1" cant'see over or around most people. I like going
to see exhibits when no one else is there(off hours). I watch movies
long past the EXP. date.(if not on tape first). Van Gogh's stuff will
remain past your lifetime wait or if you don't good luck. Not to put a
downer on anyone. SOLID!!! Go see it enjoy. I saw King Tut exhibit
sometime in Mid-70's. Great show but I was able to see a private
showing. Good Luck to all the Die Hard Art Viewers out there.And if you
live in DC area,hope you get in.


Joseph Augusta wrote:
> mary bolyard wrote:
> >
> > There was an article in our newspaper that stated the Van Gogh show will be in
> > Washington D.C.
> I visited the Van Gogh (BTW-his surname rhymes with ock as in clock)
> museum in Amsterdam last year and I can tell you it's no big deal. His
> paintings were incredibly small and stuck behind a wall of glass so no
> wackos could slash them, and with all the people showing up for the
> show, rather than the art...I may have wished for Janson's History of
> world Art to really contemplate the pics. So... be forewarned....
> Joseph