Although time has been strange during the coronavirus pandemic, it really wasn’t all that long ago that museums and other cultural institutions remained entirely shuttered–unless, that is, if they opted to reopen their grounds, sculpture gardens, or other open-air components to visitors ahead of mass vaccinations or during localized lulls in outbreaks.
Beginning this spring and summer (and in some cases earlier), visiting the inside of an art space has been entirely possible and most are springing back to life (with health and safety precautions still in place.) But the pandemic, it would seem, has yielded increased enthusiasm in (and bolstered attendance at) outdoor art experiences. That is, venues
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