It’s worth leaving the Acela corridor to see museums in Chicago and Indianapolis, but skip the light show in the park.
Wares at the annual charity event run the gamut from colonial furniture, to a watercolor by a Victorian fairy painter, to a Space Age tea set.
The thoughtfully landscaped meadows and spacious galleries prime the viewer for an open-minded approach to modern art.
After years in dire straits, America’s oldest artist-advocacy organization has shored up its finances and returned to its roots.
The show is sensitively installed and paced.