Several prominent museums banned the selfie sticks

Monday, February 16, 2015
Several prominent museums banned the selfie sticks

Several prominent museums banned the selfie sticks to avoid hurting visitors or damaging the art.

Several prominent museums banned the selfie sticks
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, National gallery of Art and many other institutions will follow no doubt, are banning the selfie sticks. This measure has been taken to avoid hurting visitors or damaging the art. For now - the selfie sticks are still permitted at the Louvre and the Tate.  For now!
Photo left: A group selfie of tourists in Prague. With telescope hand group selfie is easier to obtain because of wider angle.
Author: Petar Milošević, source Wikimedia commons

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