|Architect Louis Kahn poses in the auditorium of the Kimbell Art Museum's original building, which he designed. (Note the two circular-shaped speakers, top, designed by David Traub, a young colleague of Kahn in the 1970s).|
Can a prominent and respected art museum open a new wing and forget to populate it with art? The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, seems to be doing just this -- at least, temporarily -- in its new addition designed by Renzo Piano. PJ Editor Richard Carreño explains.
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