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Undersea Bathroom
Philadelphia

iMPeRFeCT Gallery exhibits the exuberant creativity of Germantown's flourishing artists' community.  There is always a special installation in the bathroom.  This one is "Under Water" by Eliableth Nickels.  [learn more]

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