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ollowing months of quarantine, many area cultural institutions are once again welcoming visitors and mounting special events to fill summer days. At press time, the was looking forward to reopening in mid-July with the new exhibition “Avery to Warhol: Summer Salon at VBMA.” Anke Van Wagenberg, who joined earlier this year as senior curator, culled the museum’s vault to form this showcase, which begins with Henry Hubbell’s A Portrait of Three Sisters, a 1907 painting of the daughters of the founders of Vero Beach’s Riomar neighborhood. The journey continues chronologically through works by Milton Avery, Andy Warhol, and others, as well as pieces from the museum’s glass collection. Turn the)

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