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Seattle Art Museum, Seattle

The museum's recent physical expansion, coupled with an aggressive campaign to expand the collection, now displays an good overview assortment of art from around the world.

The museum's recent physical expansion, coupled with an aggressive campaign to expand the collection, now displays an good overview assortment of art from around the world. Though the permanent exhibitions only occasionally delve deeply into a specific subject (such as the enormous variety of pieces in the porcelain room), extensive special exhibitions fill the gap.


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About Seattle Art Museum

 1300 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States

 +1 206-654-3210

 www.seattleartmuseum.org

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