See how Washington's National Gallery of Art has grown

Reopening this week, I.M. Pei’s East Building just got better—without getting any bigger

Step inside and the differences become clear. The gallery, which reopens to the public on 30 September, has managed to carve out more than 12,250 sq. ft of additional exhibition space without expanding its physical footprint. The changes have inspired a comprehensive reinstallation of the collection that will transform the way more than four million annual visitors understand the story told by DC’s premier art museum.
— Pac Pobric, The Art Newspaper