I’m still in Nashville, after the awesome Unrig Summit over the weekend. So I wanted to see some of Nashville, in addition to the music, which I’ve been enjoying every night. Today, I visited and made a donation to the Frist Art Museum. It’s a small museum with no permanent collection. But the exhibits were outstanding, from a number of Mellon artworks — and a super docent who gave a really interesting tour — to an amazing Dorothea Lange collection. I hadn’t really appreciated the full breadth and power of Dorothea Lange‘s photography before. Incredibly powerful depictions of the human condition from the Great Depression through the Japanese internment. I want to respect copyright and not post a reproduction of the works that most moved me.