Van Gogh Alive in Manila

By Bekka

One rainy afternoon, I met my friends at One Bonifacio to see the exhibit of Van Gogh. While waiting in line, my friends were sharing what they had for lunch. We were taking photos while waiting.

When we entered the venue we all gathered up in one place. Good thing we were able to squeeze ourselves on the bench sharing with the other ladies.

The 90 minutes experience seeing the exhibit is one of a kind. His journey in life expressing it through his paintings. Experience, a “multi-sensory” exhibit of the famed painter’s life and work. Something you would remember and share the story with your loved ones. No wonder there are no more tickets left, all sold out. Good thing my friend knows someone who sold us three tickets.

I enjoyed the exhibit with my friends and I won’t mind seeing it again given a chance.

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