Established in 2011, the Clyfford Still Museum displays pieces from its collection of 2,400 works from the eponymous abstract expressionist. Still rarely sold his creations; thus, the museum possesses over 90 percent of his body of work, the highest percentage for any museum dedicated to a single major artist. The sequential displays showcase Still’s evolution from landscapes to distorted figures to large-scale abstractions that are held on critical par with those of his contemporaries, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. While Still withdrew from the art world in 1951, he was a prolific artist until he died in 1980, so the museum has a vast reservoir of his works to display on rotation. Allow 1 hour.