Virtually all institutions ban flash photography, and all banned selfie sticks almost as soon as they were invented. But individual administrations have since taken very different approaches to the selfie phenomenon. […] Photography policy has become a defining standpoint on what museums can, should, and will represent to their visitors.
Banning photography […] is a losing battle. “Then they would hide and do it anyway […] Because it’s even more fun to take a picture when it’s forbidden.”