It's hard to imagine how this could be any worse. A big, avant garde building, the museum is shoehorned in among a bunch of early 20th century brick structures. It looks totally out of place. Add to that the fact that the ground/ entry floor is in a flood plain and cannot display any art and you begin to get the picture. Once you get to the second floor, there is precious little to see, and apparently not enough money to bring in good traveling exhibitions.
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