An artful anniversary

Located on the campus of the University of Minnesota, the Frederick Weisman Museum is less of a museum and more of a work of art. The four-story structure, designed by Frank Gehry, is a unique combination of brushed stainless steel and brick that reflects the distant skyline of Minneapolis. Part art palace, part modern architecture, the building is filled with crevices and coves and has provided ample eye candy for the locals since its construction.

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