There are two things vital for a museum experience:
an art object, and an observer of the art object. Here we have both, at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA.
The occasion was a breathtaking show of what I can only call tapestries, made from “reclaimed” rubbish by Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui. They are extraordinarily beautiful creations that have a political message as well, and you can have a sampling of them here. Well worth the time to see, even in photographs. In person, they were stunning!