The Denver Art Museum’s newly reopened Lanny & Sharon Martin Building (formerly the North Building) and the new Anna & John J. Sie Welcome Center expanded and reimagined campus with the unveiling of all eight levels of its iconic design by Gio Ponti. On the occasion of the Martin Building’s 50th anniversary, it has been fully restored and renovated throughout, which includes realizing Ponti’s original vision for the 7th floor to span both towers, expanding gallery space, and offering visitor access to stunning city and mountain views. The building will showcase the museum's encyclopedic collections, including acclaimed works from the architecture and design, Asian art, Indigenous arts of North America, Northwest Coast and Alaska Native, European and American art before 1900, Latin American and art of the ancient Americas, photography, textile art and fashion, and Western American art collections, while putting its nationally recognized educational programming at the center of the campus.

Notable Installations

Museum of the Bible

Washington, DC

Google Spruce Goose

Playa Vista, CA

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Los Angels, CA