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Boston MFA Revises Expansion Design

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts revealed the designs for a new three-story wing to display American and contemporary art in February 2002. Since then, Geoff Edgers reports in the Boston Globe, the museum has quietly been working to raise money—officials won't say how much of the 425-million-dollar campaign goal has been pledged—and dealing with the bureaucratic realities of the expansion. As a result of concerns raised by a recent environmental impact report, architect Norman Foster's original design will be revised considerably.

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