Yale community gets sneak peek at expanded Yale Art Gallery

A view of the sculpture terrace with Henry Moore’s "Draped Seated Woman" (1957-1958) and Aristide Maillol’s "L’Air" (1938).
A class in the American paintings and sculpture galleries, Street Hall.
The modern and contemporary art galleries with paintings by Edward Hopper, Old Yale Art Gallery.
Visitors in the lobby of the Louis Kahn building.
Modern and contemporaries galleries with works by Josef Albers, Louis Kahn building.
American decorative arts galleries, Street Hall.
Director Jock Reynolds leads a group of visitors in the modern and contemporary art galleries, Louis Kahn building.
A class in the American paintings and sculpture galleries, Street Hall.
Indo-Pacific art galleries in the Louis Kahn building.
American decorative arts.
The ancient art sculpture hall, Old Yale Art Gallery.
The modern and contemporary art galleries.
The modern and contemporary art galleries.
The glass enclosed Street Hall elevator.
The modern and contemporary galleries, Louis Kahn building.
A view of the American paintings and sculpture galleries in Street Hall.
A View of the sculpture terrace with Aristide Maillol’s "Printemps" (1911), Henry Moore’s "Draped Seated Woman" (1957-1958) and Maillol’s "L’Air" (1938).
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The Yale University Art Gallery hosted a 12-hour open house for students, staff, and faculty on Dec. 6. The renovation and expansion project has united three historic buildings into a cohesive whole: the 1953 modernist 
structure designed by Louis Kahn, the 1928 Old Yale Art Gallery designed by Egerton Swartwout , the contiguous 1866 Street Hall, designed by Peter Bonnett Wight (and home to the gallery from 1867 to 1928).