We were taken here as part of a tour or would otherwise not come across it. But it was a very interesting experience. We had not been exposed to the art of Michelangelo Pisoletto and found it fascinating, in particular the Mirror Paintings, and the way the viewer and surroundings become part of the art and the impact of changing perspectives. But the other aspects of the centre including the interiors and projects were also of interest. Very enjoyable visit.
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