I find structures like the new addition to the the Milwaukee Art Museum so fascinating. The combination of harsh lines and solid rectangular shapes with the floor to ceiling glass atrium and metal facade is so…well, so damn cool. Buildings like this just beg to be photographed! Who am I to ignore what the building wants?
Completed in November of 2015, the $34 million James Shields designed addition provides 30,000 square feet of additional space for art. The building includes an new atrium and a new lakefront facing visitor entrance. It was designed to compliment the existing Calatrava and Kahler structures on site.
Day 244 of my 365 photo a day project.
If you are looking for art for your home or office or something to spice up your digital desktop, this image and most of the others from this project are available as prints and digital downloads. You can also check out the rest of my portfolio here.