1 Weisman exterior from East River Road.
2 The pedestrian bridge and the Weisman’s ribbons of stainless steel were extended in the expansion. (Photo 1 and 2 courtesy of Weisman Art Museum)
3 The Weisman’s expansion to the east features four brick-clad cubes atop concrete pillars. A walkway edged in stainless steel leads to Coffman Memorial Union. Minneapolisbased HGA Architects and Engineers collaborated with Gehry Partners, LLP, on the expansion project. (Photo by Susan Gilmore)
4 The Julie and Babe Davis Gallery includes a 1,000-pound Jun Kaneko vessel, works by Charles Biederman, Duane Hanson’s Executive in Red Chair, and Pedicord Apartments.
5, 6 The Woodhouse Family Gallery is housed in two of the cubes and features works by Alfred Maurer, Marsden Hartley, B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Georgia O’Keeffe, David Smith, and other significant American artists from the first half of the 20th century.
7 University of Minnesota alumnus James Rosenquist’s World’s Fair mural hangs near the Weisman’s main entrance and across from the new Target Studio for Creative Collaboration.
8 The Weisman has the largest collection of traditional Korean furniture outside of Asia—and finally has space to display it. (Photos 4-8 by Patrick O'Leary, University of Minnesota)
Weisman Inside and Out
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