Albright-Knox Breaks Ground On New Expansion Project
The Albright-Knox gallery has officially broken ground on a new 155 million dollars campus development and expansion project.
Construction on the project is expected to take just under 2 years and will leave the gallery closed to the public.
The Museum will still be open on the Northland campus while the construction project of focused on the main campus.
After the project is completed the gallery will be renamed the "Buffalo Albright-Knox-Gundlach Art Museum"
Currently, The Albright-Knox Gallery houses over 7,000 pieces of artwork.