As I strolled through this gallery recently, I began to think the architecture of same was much more impressive than some of the exhibits; in fact it dignified many of these presentations, not the other way round.
The exhibits were many and varied, with something on view for everyone. Each visitor should find something to be entertained by.
While I loved the Sorel Etrog and the Henry Moore pieces the part that enthralled me was the Galleria Italia which was largely funded by the Italian Community. I am no architectural "buff" but this is one of the most impressive areas I have seen in any gallery I have visited.
Go see it, well worth the admission fee, and afterwards have a ramble through adjacent Chinatown, which is busy and biz.
I loved the whole experience.
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