Indianapolis Museum of Art
Set in the midst of a vast span of beautifully landscaped grounds, this museum treats visitors to extensive art exhibits. The New IMA expansion consists of several components, the most visible of which are the Efroymson Entry Pavilion, the Wood Gallery Pavilion and the Deer-Zink Events Pavilion.
The IMA’s new Efroymson Entry Pavilion is a three-story, glassenclosed “jewel box” emphasizes the connection between the IMA’s outstanding art collections and its magnificent grounds. The transparency of the structure permits views of the gardens. The Wood Gallery Pavilion, which is built in front of the Museum’s former main entrance, will add 44,000 square feet of collections display space. The IMA’s new Deer-Zink Events Pavilion is a venue for special events and selected IMA public programs. The entry pavilion, restaurant and events spaces are full of luminous surfaces and become lanterns in the landscape for evening events.