At the ROM


I shot this one outside the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) back in the summer. The ROM is an old stone building with a modern addition that, in my view, really doesn’t fit in. I’ve grown to like it, I suppose, but I still feel it could have been way better. The AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) stands as a far better example of the marriage of new and old. It was designed by world renowned architect Frank Gehry. He is probably best known for the Guggenheim Museum in Spain. The ROM architect? Couldn’t tell you. Anyway, hope you like the photo.

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2 Responses to At the ROM

  1. I know what you mean! the best exhibit i recall was at the Ottawa airport 1960? Tell you about it sometime .. I held the whole plane up for an hour and a half! LOL Rick =)

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