. In Los Angeles, the Hammer Museum’s 20-Year Makeover Ends on a Subtle Note « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – In the grand scheme of big-budget, Southern California museum transformations—on the order of Peter Zumthor’s forthcoming LACMA building, for example, or Annabelle Selldorf’s recent addition to the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego—architect Michael Maltzan’s interventions to the Hammer Museum are decidedly modest. After nearly a year of construction, the scaffolding came down at the end of March, revealing the addition of an outdoor sculpture terrace, the yet unfinished renovation of a former bank into a 5,600-square-foot gallery, and the reorientation of the entrance to face the busy intersection of Wilshire and Westwood Boulevards.

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