CBS Sunday Morning visits the Broad and previews the rest of the US museum season:
In New York, the Whitney unveils a new Frank Stella exhibit, and at the Museum of Modern Art, Picasso sculptures. Picasso will pop up again in the Washington, D.C., Phillips Collection exhibit: “Gauguin to Picasso,” a nod to the modern and avant garde masters. Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts features Dutch painting in the age of Rembrandt and Vermeer — while the Cleveland Museum of Art says bon jour to the works of Claude Monet and Henri Matisse In Texas, Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts hosts Mark Rothko works; and the Dallas Museum of Art surveys Jackson Pollock’s black paintings, made at the height of his popularity.
The New Season: Art (CBS News)