Yesterday, we went to the Click Art Museum, inside VGP Snow World campus (location), VGP Golden Beach, ECR, Chennai. I think it is one of the best places to take photos in Chennai – especially if you like sharing pics on Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp or Pinterest.
Click Art Museum (technically – trick art) is a kind of art that needs audience participation to become complete. Unlike normal passive art displays, this art installation encourages the audience to participate and mandates people to take pictures with them. Click Art Museum has been conceptualized and curated by Mr. A. P. Shreethar.
Ticket cost (Sep. 2016): Rs. 150 per head. No extra charges for camera. A rack to hold your luggage while you click is available.
For example, have a look at one of the pictures taken at the Click Art Museum that we love the most. In fact we even have a printed copy of this photo framed on our table! Needless to say, we have shared this pic on FB, WhatsApp and this Blog.
The painting (on the wall and floor) contained only the sky and the wings. We have to stand inside to make it a complete picture. Don’t you think it makes a perfect photo that can be framed and kept on a table? The angelic made-for-each-other feel we get when we see this photo is unmatched 🙂
This is my second favorite exhibit. Taking a selfie with a chimpanzee is a rare occurrence – don’t you think? Besides, no one would venture to do this if the ape is outside a cage 😉
How many of you would dare to walk (or begin walking) into a rock shaped like a skull, on the top of a deserted and haunting mountain? This is definitely a dare-devil stunt, without the risks of actually finding and going to such a place!
How about this? Receiving prasadam directly from the Divine God – Ganesha, himself… Nothing would’ve felt better, especially one day before Vinayaka Chaturthi.. 🙂
Who said receiving an oscar award is very difficult? Now you can receive an oscar award directly from Mr. Oscar himself! 🙂
A dragon is attacking you with fire? Don’t worry, we’ll quench it with a tube of water 🙂
And here is another special pic to finish it all. A photo with Kabali himself – Selfie Da 🙂
If you noticed, expressions are equally important as the angles, for these photos to click. So focus on both while you’re there. There are, of course, many more exhibits in the exhibition – I don’t want to spoil your fun by revealing them all here. This is only the trailer – picture abhi bakki hai dost 😛
Since it was raining, we didn’t venture into the VGP Snow World below. If you didn’t know, it’s a theme park filled with snow (and a few rides/entertainment) right in Chennai. Cancel your next trip to Kashmir or Germany and come here instead. You’ll save a lot of money 🙂
If you were hesitating to apply a tattoo in Chennai because it can never be erased, now you can reconsider. I saw a stall to apply ‘temporary tattoo’, and a separate exhibition on vintage cameras in this complex.