|This three-story concrete structure, about 80 feet high and 232 feet in diameter, is supported on four massive concrete piers with staircases, elevators and other services enclosed in them. The Hirshhorn Museum is part of the Smithsonian Institute. Sculpture is placed around the musuem and a large sculpture garden is across the street to the north. See images of sculpture at the Hirshhorn Museum.|
Left to right: Views from the northwest, northeast, and north
Views from the north--center and left: from the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden
Details of the building with sculptureSee additional views of Juan Muņoz' Last Conversation Piece (seen on left and center) and Barry Flanagan's The Drummer (seen at right).
The support structure
The sculpture garden to the north of the museumSee additional views of Alexander Calder's Six Dots over a Mountain and Henri Matisse's Back I, II, III, IV