The Milwaukee Art Museum, a significant cultural institution in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is home to the Quadracci Pavilion, an architectural masterpiece by Santiago Calatrava. 

The Milwaukee Art Centre, established in 1957, merged the collections and initiatives of the Milwaukee Art Institute and Layton Art Gallery. 

Milwaukee aimed to establish a solid architectural standard in an exciting yet functional building to set a new architectural standard for the next millennium. 

The Calatrava expansion of the Milwaukee Art Museum, located next to Wisconsin Avenue, is a notable waterfront landmark in Milwaukee. 

The Milwaukee Art Museum is a tribute to the rich cultural legacy of the city and a beacon of artistic achievement.