Realism prompted art without beautification. Art without filters and alterations of grandiosity and grandeur. It presented the world as it was, not how we wanted it to be. Now, are our generation fond of realism or do we prefer filters and exaggeration as well as grandeur? We wanted to find out and decided to analyze the Museum MORE.
What did we find out?
Their arts and “exhibitions” are highly graded at a 4,52 / 5, though they’re quite “small” and the museum has little to offer while being somewhat expensive. The experience contra cost, or “price worthiness” isn’t proportional and it’s rated at a low 3,65 / 5. Their “guides” are also poorly rated at a 3,71 / 5. Visitors want audio guided tours as well.
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The Museum MORE is troubled. Visitors do love their exhibitions however view them as too pricy. It’s also odd that they lack audio guided tours which seem to annoy customers. Their art is amazing however few and their guides are lacking finesse. Simply put, it’s an ok museum.
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