|Kelsey beside a little Miro|
The best thing about the museum seemed to be it's great use of space: smart placement of art at the top of stairways or around curved walls in such a way to highlight the pieces strengths.
I surprised even myself and took a big interest in a Matthew Barney site specific piece permanently on display from the Drawing Restraint show.
|Extraordinary caption to a work I can't remember|
|Detail of a Wayne Thiebaud Painting|
|Early, Abstract Philip Guston!|
|Detail of a Robert Betchle Painting|
|A nice lopsided detail of a Morandi Painting|
|Kelsey with the Sole Rothko on Display|