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The newly expanded museum

A fuller view of “Inopportune: Stage One” shows a series of white sedans arcing from the new wing’s 35-foot high ceiling. (Richard Barnes / Seattle Art Museum)
A daring addition to the museum’s new wing is Cai Guo-Qiang’s 2004 sculpture “Inopportune: Stage One.” (Eduardo Calderon)
“Dr. Silvester Gardiner,” by John Singleton Copley. (John Singleton Copley / Seattle Art Museum)
Alexander Calder’s monumental red “Eagle” (1971) reigns over the museum’s 9-acre Olympic Sculpture Park. (Paul Warchol / Seattle Art Museum)