I went to the Frist Art Center yesterday in Nashville, TN. The 2 exhibits the Frist have currently, Norman Rockwell and 30 Americans, work well together. I am only sorry I did not have as much time as I wished to peruse the 30 Americans. A lot of the work in that exhibit needed much more contemplation time. One that struck me immediately as working well with the Norman Rockwell exhibit was a Duchamp type piece. An old carpet, from the artist’s grandmother’s home, was hung on the wall. Others were centered more obviously on race than most of Norman Rockwell’s mainstream art. I also enjoyed many of the works on a pure visual level, the colors and the textures. Rockwell uses humor more than could be seen in the 30 Americans, plus it is much easier to see Rockwell’s intent. I recommend a visit to the Frist.