The gallery is transformed to resemble a “classic” one that is slightly provincial, that is, an old-fashioned museum. In it there are three halls, a suite with one hall after another. The walls are painted a warm gray color. At the top of the walls are gold cornices (23 cm in width), and the lower part of the walls is painted a dark brown color to a height of 90 cm. There are three paintings on pedestals in the center of the gallery, one after another; there is a transparent Plexiglas case on each one.
Each painting can and should be viewed from both sides: on one side it appears to be a “realistic” image but with a “mystery” of some sort, some strange detail; the “solution” or explanation that is no less “strange” can be found on the other side where the stretcher is. A painting “with a light inside of it” hangs at the end of the museum facing the entrance. Semi-darkness reigns inside the gallery; only museum lights from opposite directions (from the corners of the ceiling and the walls) illuminate the two sides of the paintings.