For confirmation of the idea that bigger is not necessarily better, look no further than the Boca Raton Museum of Art, where two exhibitions that vary dramatically in scale vie for visitors' attention. The main first-floor galleries are taken up by a splashy crowd-pleaser, "Conflicting Currents: Aspects of American Art 1920-1950," which features more than 120 paintings, drawings, and prints from the museum's sizable... More >>>