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National Gallery's Atrium Gets a Makeover

To commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of I.M. Pei's East Building, the National Gallery of Art in Washington will take down the Miró tapestry that hangs on an immense wall in the building's atrium and put up Ellsworth Kelly's Color Panels for a Large Wall, Carol Vogel reports in the New York Times. “The atrium was looking very dated,” said Jeffrey Weiss, the curator of modern and contemporary art.

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