Smaller than its downriver counterparts Dia Beacon and Storm King Art Center, the Loeb makes a third major art destination for your weekend. Anchored by Vassar College founder Matthew Vassar's (1861) excellent collection of Hudson River landscape painters (of which part is always on display), the Loeb represents many generations of good curation and donation by Vassar's noted art faculty and its cosmopolitan alumnae/i: there's lots of modern art, masterworks, Asian and other ceramics. Until early June 2012 a terrific exhibition on Gothic Spaces of France, with the latest amazing high-tech gadgetry to put you right inside 3 major cathedrals. Go!
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