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Selfiemania in art galleries has reached new heights of surreal comedy at a museum in Manila. It is full of 3D reproductions of famous paintings that are designed to offer the wackiest possible selfie poses. Meanwhile, traditional museums are adopting diverse approaches to the mania for narcissistic photography.
I have recently visited museums with wildly contrasting policies on picture taking. At the Prado in Madridall 247 bang is banned.
Selfies goes? No, nothing goes.
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Guards leap on anyone hardcore a camera. Even selfie sticks are allowed.
This ostentatious technology turns holiday snaps into a kind of performance art. That is what the Manila museum indulges. My instincts are to ban selfie sticks, selfies, cameras and phones from museums.