[NOTE: This review was written in February 2021 as part of my 2010-2019 decade-in-review post.]

I saw *Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts* in March of 2011. It was an exhibit by the American Folk Art Museum, 650 red and white quilts displayed in the 55,000 square foot drill hall of the Park Avenue Armory. It was truly stunning, such a fascinating concept, limiting it to quilts done in those two colors but what an overpowering variety of design. The way the quilts were displayed was genius, and I always love it when the people staging an event at the Park Avenue Armory really think about how to use the space.

Here's someone's personal video of the show:

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