“Driving Forces: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Ann and Ron Pizzuti” is such a large exhibit, it takes up significant space at two locations: the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North and the Columbus Musem of Art. The contemporary art collected by Ann and Ron Pizzuti has left an indelible mark on the central Ohio visual-arts scene. Since 2013, the couple has shared their discoveries with fellow art aficionados via the Pizzuti Collection, the Short North gallery that recently was folded into the Columbus Museum of Art. Yet, during the past six years, few exhibits have given a fuller picture of the extent of the Pizzutis’ collection than “Driving Forces: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Ann and Ron Pizzuti.” The exhibit is unique in its sheer scale: It takes up three floors at the Pizzuti Collection and an entire gallery at the Columbus Museum of Art. With the purchase of an $8 ticket, viewers can gain entrance to the show at both venues. (Normal admission is still required at the museum.) Between the two sites, works by more than 75 artists are on view, including iconic figures such as Jim Dine, Willem de Kooning and Roy Lichtenstein. It i...