Though small, the displays were informative, diverse and well worth contemplating. The "Verboten" exhibit was most interesting, since it represents the strength and freedom of expression artists still practice today. Upstairs The Samuel H. Kress Collection is an incredible 14th-19th century display of European Art...fit to reside in Venice!! You even get to meet up with a bronze hand cast by Picasso himself; almost seemingly giving you a "High Five" as you walk by! Using your tourist passport gets you in 2 for 1.
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