The first thing that will strike you as odd is this place has practically no signage. There are no placards describing each work of art, and sometimes, it's impossible to tell who the artist was unless you're in the know. This can work in two ways. Hopefully, it allows visitors to open their minds and see the art for thsemselves rather than through someone else's interpretation and narrative. Alternatively, it could backfire, and you could be stuck with the art historian snob who won't shut up about their incredible knowledge of the work. Then, you can't just point to a placard to silence them.
Either way though, this museum is top-notch. It's the perfect place to go on a daytime date and has a gorgeous garden.