Yesterday, at a luncheon packed with Houston's power elite, the Museum of Fine Arts unveiled its transformative new $450 million expansion plan. At the heart of the plan are two new buildings by Holl—the translucent Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, which will add 54,000 square feet of gallery space for 20th and 21st century art (expanding the museum's total exhibition space by 30 percent), and a new 80,000-square foot-home for the Glassell School of Art.
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