Pedro Pascal Was Denied Entry To An Art Exhibit Dedicated To Himself

Pedro Pascal was denied entry to an art exhibit dedicated to himself in Margate, Kent, England on Sunday, August 8, 2023. The actor showed up at the Rhodes Gallery with his friends, actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament, but they were all turned away because the gallery was closed on Sundays.

The exhibit, titled “ADHD Hyper Fixation and why it looks like I love Pedro Pascal,” was created by artist Heidi Gentle Burrell. It features a collection of multimedia art inspired by Pascal, including paintings, sculptures, and even a life-size cardboard cutout of the actor.

Pascal seemed to take the denial in good humor. He posed for a selfie with his friends in front of the closed gallery, and he later shared the photo on Instagram with the caption: “When you show up to an art exhibit dedicated to yourself but it’s closed on Sundays.”

The incident has since gone viral, and it has been met with a mix of amusement and sympathy. Some people have expressed their disappointment that Pascal wasn’t able to see the exhibit, while others have found the whole thing to be hilarious.

Whatever your reaction, there’s no doubt that this is a unique story that will be talked about for years to come. It’s a reminder that even celebrities can experience the occasional disappointment, and that it’s important to have a sense of humor about it.

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