Hirshhorn Museum's New Sculpture Garden Faces Pushback
6 monthes ago - By Arch Daily
Courtesy of Hirshhorn Museum
The Hirshhorn Museum 's new plan for renovating its sculpture garden is receiving criticism for undoing postwar landscape features. The plan by Japanese artist and architect Hiroshi Sugimoto aims to open up the site to the National Mall and create space for large-scale contemporary works and performances. The concept is made to raise visibility for the garden and welcome more visitors to the museum.
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