Ellsworth Kelly’s “Blue Black”
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Museum Architecture

Ellsworth Kelly’s “Blue Black” anchors a gallery at St. Louis’ intimate Pulitzer Foundation building. (ROBERT PETTUS)
Main facade of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis, with entry on left. (ROBERT PETTUS)
St. Louis’ Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts commissioned this work, titled “Joe,” by Richard Serra. (RICHARD PETTUS)
Interior of the American Folk Art Museum, New York City. (TOD WILLIAMS/BILLIE TSIEN and Associates)
Exterior of the American Folk Art Museum, New York City. (TOD WILLIAMS/BILLIE TSIEN and Associates )
An exterior view of Renzo Piano’s Menil Foundation in Houston. ()
Exterior of Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern, as seen from across the Thames River, London. (TATE GALLERY)
Interior of former turbine hall in Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern, London. (TATE GALLERY)
One of the new gallery spaces in Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
This Santiago Calatrava-designed corridor links a new public hall to existing galleries at the Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
A view of the interior of the main public hall in Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
Exterior view of Santiago Calatrava’s newest addition to the Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
Exterior view of Santiago Calatrava’s newest addition to the Milwaukee Museum of Art. ()
The new gift shop in Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
Another Santiago Calatrava-designed corridor, which links a new public hall to existing galleries at the Milwaukee Museum of Art. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
Another exterior view of Santiago Calatrava’s latest addition to the Milwaukee Museum of Art, with the bridge in the foreground. (TIMOTHY HURSLEY)
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