On Tuesday, Fort Worth's beloved Kimbell Art Museum will announce its plans for expansion -- a second building designed by famed architect Renzo Piano (Nasher Sculpture Center) will nearly double the size of the world's best small museum.
Now it's the Kimbell's turn, though I can't help feel like by getting bigger, the Kimbell will lose some of its inherent charm. Hope I'm wrong about that.
Details of the expansion will be released Tuesday, and the big question among dog walkers and Frisbee football players is where will the new building go? On their beloved greenspace to the west of the original Louis Kahn building? Or to east side, in a parking lot between the Kimbell and the Modern.
Dunno, but I'd say Frisbee footballers better prepare for the worst. Look for details tomorrow.