Architect News – The new Inuit Art Centre (IAC) at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Canada designed by Los Angeles-based architects Michael Maltzan Architecture is set to open its doors later this year. A statement published on the Winnipeg Art Gallery website states that the space is “constructed to house the bulk of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s and the Government of Nunavut’s collection of 13,000 Inuit carvings, textiles prints and beyond that represent the largest collection of its kind in the world” and that “the new centre will make it possible to display works that were previously relegated to storage.” –  read more 

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