Not for everyone

Yesterday after school I visited an art gallery which had an exhibition called To see the dimensions. It featured the work of modern photographers from Georgia. All of the photos were in black and white and very small. They showed things like a lonely flattened football in front of a rusty fence or three middle-aged Georgian men having breakfast. Every photo was accompanied by a poetic sentence or two which seemed to have very little to do with the corresponding photograph.
I could see that plenty of people were really impressed and immersed in this art, but I just couldn’t get into it. I guess it just wasn’t for everyone.

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