We Übered there so we didn't have to deal with parking. I always try to visit at least one museum when I visit a new city. I talked my friends into going on Tuesday during free admission. Thankfully, we did not pay because my friend who is an art major said that she would have asked for a refund.
I don't understand art, but I like to look at it. All of the pieces seem like they were the last of every collection that other museums didn't want. The Latin American collection had a lot of pieces that were not created by Latin Americans but visitors to Latin American countries. I made an assumption, I misunderstood, and I got disappointed. My fault.
The art was really underwhelming. Like someone else had remarked, there were blank canvases. Sure, it's probably because I don't understand it. I accept that. But, I can usually find multiple points of interest in other art museums.
Another point worth noting is the staff. They are incredibly overbearing. I didn't have a purse/bag, didn't get close to the art, didn't even use flash on my phone to take pictures. But, they hover over everyone at such uncomfortable proximity that it's nearly impossible to enjoy the art at all. And, there's so many of them I grew up around DC. The museums there are free and there's no one breathing down your neck while you're walking around. There is maybe one person in each salon available to answer questions. I don't understand art, but I can still admire the pieces and try to learn something new. Constantly having people you don't know very obviously follow you around really takes the fun out of learning.