A cartoon about the etiquette of using a cell phone in an art gallery.
The cartoon shows a visitor to an art gallery talking on a mobile phone in the gallery.
The cartoon is about the tensions that can occur in public spaces concerning the inconsiderate use of mobile phones, especially if the user speaks in a load voice and seems oblivious to their surroundings.
Art galleries are usually quiet spaces (although there are some schools of thought that think that they should be more lively (and therefore more accessible to people who feel intimidated by the reverence normally afforded to art).
The other visitors to the gallery are looking very disapproving.
Cartoon drawn: 2019