By mid-July, after you've trooped up the Guggenheim's crowded ramp to see the massive retrospective for Louise Bourgeois, shouldered through the elegant Neue Galerie to peer at 20th-century German and Austrian work, and inspected the Met's porcelain with your aunt (again!), you might be ready for something far from the familiar Museum Mile. Happily, the city's quieter venues—whose eclecticism generally discourages the tourists—are offering up the... More >>>