I first visited John F. Simon's "Intersections: Points, Lines, and Colors in Succession"
Simon chose "Succession," a 1935 painting by Wassily Kandinsky, and then created four new paintings to intersect with the "old" tradition. I have posted below two of the four paintings.
"Moment of Release"
Then I went to visit the Laib Wax Room, created by the German artist Wolfgang Laib (b. 1950). Laib says that to enter a wax room is to be "in another world, maybe on another planet, and in another body."
"The Laib Wax Room"
After visiting the museum, Barbara and I had lunch in the Cafe. It was like being in the midst of a Mondrian painting!