Speed Art Museum

    • Arthur Loomis
    • Nevin and Morgan, 1954 Preston Pope Satterwhite Wing
    • Brenner, Danforth, and Rockwell, 1973 north wing
    • Robert Geddes, 1983 south wing

Tacoma Art Museum

    • Antoine Predock Architect with Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
    • Olson Kundig Architects, 2014 expansion

Toledo Museum of Art

    • Edward B. Green and Harry W. Wachter
    • Edward B. Green and Sons, 1926 wing and 1933 expansion
    • Frank O. Gehry and Associates, Inc., 1992 Center for the Visual Arts addition
    • SANAA, Ltd. (Japan), 2006 Glass Pavilion

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    • Peebles and Ferguson Architects
    • Merrill C. Lee, Architects, 1954 addition
    • Baskervill & Son Architects, 1970 South Wing
    • Hardwicke Associates, Inc., 1976 North Wing
    • Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, 1985 West Wing
    • Rick Mather Architect (UK) with SMBW, 2010 addition

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

    • Ithiel Town and Alexander Jackson Davis
    • Benjamin Wistar Morris, 1910 Colt Memorial and 1915 Morgan Memorial
    • Morris & O'Connor, 1934 Avery Memorial
    • Huntington, Darbee & Dollard, Architects, 1969 Goodwin Wing

Walker Art Center

    • Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates
    • Herzog & de Meuron (Switzerland) with Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, 2005 expansion

Parrish Art Museum

    • Grosvenor Atterbury
    • Grosvenor Atterbury, 1902 and 1913 wings
    • Herzog & de Meuron (Switzerland), 2012 expansion

Philadelphia Museum of Art

    • Horace Trumbauer with Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary
    • Gluckman Mayner Architects, 2008 renovation of the Perelman Building (originally designed by Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary in 1927)

Phoenix Art Museum

    • Alden B. Dow
    • Alden B. Dow, 1965 east wing
    • Tod Williams Billie Tsien & Associates, 1996 and 2006 expansions

Portland Art Museum

    • Pietro Belluschi
    • Pietro Belluschi, 1939 Hirsch Wing
    • Pietro Belluschi, with Wolff, Zimmer, Gunsul, Frasca, and Ritter, 1970 Hoffman Wing
    • Ann Beha Architects, 2000 expansion
    • Ann Beha Architects with SERA Architects, 2005 expansion

Queens Museum of Art

    • Rafael Vinoly reconfigured original building (Aymar Embury II designed the building for the 1939 World's Fair; Daniel Chait renovated building for 1964 World's Fair)
    • Grimshaw Architects, 2013 expansion

Renwick Gallery

    • James Renwick Jr.
    • John Carl Warnecke & Associates and Hugh Newell Jacobsen, 1971 restoration

San Diego Museum of Art

    • William Templeton Johnson with Robert W. Snyder
    • Robert Mosher & Roy Drew, Architects, 1966 west wing
    • Mosher, Drew, Watson & Associates with William Ferguson, 1974 east wing

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

    • David Adler (adapted the 1914 Old Post Office designed by Francis Wilson)
    • Chester Carjola, 1942 Katherine Dexter McCormick Wing
    • Arendt/Mosher/Grants Architects, 1961 Preston Morton Wing and 1962 Sterling Morton Wing
    • Paul Gray, 1985 Alice Keck Park Wing
    • Edwards & Pitman, 1998 Peck Wing

Seattle Art Museum

    • Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates
    • Allied Works Architecture with NBBJ, 2007 expansion

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego

    • Irving Gill (originally designed as a residence in 1916)
    • Mosher & Drew, 1950 transition to museum
    • Mosher & Drew, 1959 Sherwood Auditorium
    • Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, 1996 expansion and renovation

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    • Guy Lowell
    • Guy Lowell, 1915 Robert Dawson Evans Wing
    • John Singer Sargent, 1921, 1925 Rotunda and Colonnade
    • Guy Lowell, 1928 Decorative Arts Wing
    • Hugh Stubbins & Associates, 1968 Forsyth Wickes Galleries and 1970 George Robert White Wing
    • I.M. Pei & Partners, 1981 West Wing
    • Foster + Partners (UK) with Childs Bertman Tseckares, 2010 Art of the Americas Wing and Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    • William Ward Watkin
    • Kenneth Franzheim, 1953 Robert Lee Blaffer Memorial Wing
    • Mies van der Rohe, 1958 Cullinan Hall and 1974 Brown Pavilion
    • Isamu Noguchi (Japan), 1986 Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden
    • Rafael Moneo (Spain), 2000 Audrey Jones Beck Building

Museum of Modern Art

    • Philip L. Goodwin and Edward Durrell Stone & Associates
    • Philip Johnson, 1964 east wing
    • Cesar Pelli & Associates, 1984 tower
    • Taniguchi Associates (Japan) with Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Cooper, Robertson & Partners, 2004 expansion and 2006 Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education Building

National Portrait Gallery and American Art Museum

    • Faulkner, Stenhouse, Fryer (adapted the 1836-67 Old Patent Office Building by Robert Mills and Thomas Ustick Walter)
    • Foster + Partners (UK) with SmithGroup, 2007 Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard

New Orleans Museum of Art

    • Samuel Marx
    • August Perez with Arthur Feitel, 1971 Wisner Education Wing, City Wing, and Stern Auditorium
    • Eskew Filson Architects with Billes/Manning, 1993 expansion

Joslyn Art Museum

    • John and Alan McDonald
    • Foster and Partners (UK), 1994 Walter and Suzanne Scott Pavilion

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    • William L. Pereira & Associates
    • Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, 1986 Art of the Americas Building
    • Bruce Goff 1988 Pavilion for Japanese Art
    • Albert C. Martin and Associates, 1998 LACAMA West building (originally the 1946 May Co. building)
    • Renzo Piano Building Workshop, 2008 Broad Contemporary Art Museum

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

    • James Gamble Rogers with Carl Gutherz
    • Walk Jones and Francis Mah, 1973 addition
    • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill with Askew, Nixon, Ferguson & Wolf, 1989 expansion

Menil Collection

    • Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Italy) with Richard Fitzgerald & Partners

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

      • Calvert Vaux and J. Wrey Mould
      • Theodore Weston, 1888 SW wing
      • Richard Morris Hunt and Richard Howland Hunt, 1902 Central Fifth Avenue facade
      • McKim, Mead and White, 1906, side wings along Fifth Avenue
      • Brown, Lawford & Forbes, 1965 Thomas J. Watson Library
      • Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates, 1975 Lehman Wing, 1979 Sackler Wing, 1980 American Wing, 1981 Michael C. Rockefeller Wing for Primitive Art, 1988 European Sculpture and Decorative Art Wing
      • Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates, 2012 American Wing renovation

    Milwaukee Art Museum

      • Eero Saarinen with Maynard Meyer
      • Kahler, Fitzhugh and Scott, 1975 addition
      • Santiago Calatrava (Spain) with Kahler Slater Architects, 2001 Quadracci Pavilion

    Minneapolis Institute of Arts

      • McKim, Mead and White
      • Kenzo Tange Associates (Japan), 1974 addition
      • Michael Graves & Associates with RSP Architects, 2006 Target Wing

    Museum of Arts and Design

      • Allied Works Architecture, 2008 renovation of the 1965 building by Edward Durrell Stone & Associates

      Figge Art Museum

        • David Chipperfield Architects (UK) with Herbert Lewis Kruse Blunck Architecture

        Frye Art Museum

          • Paul Albert Thiry
          • Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, 1997 expansion

        Harvard Art Museums

          • Three separate museums: Arthur M. Sackler Museum, 1985 (James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates (UK); Busch-Reisinger Museum, 1903; Fogg Art Museum, 1927 (Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch, and Abbott)
          • Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Italy), 2014 expansion to unify 3 museums under one roof

        High Museum of Art

          • Richard Meier & Partners Architects
          • Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Italy) with Lord, Aeck and Sargent, Inc., 2005 addition

        Hunter Museum of American Art

          • Mead and Garfield (architects of the 1905 mansion adapted to a museum in 1952)
          • Derthick, Henley and Wilkerson Architects, 1975 addition
          • Randall Stout Architects with Derthick, Henley and Wilkerson Architects and Hefferlin + Kronenberg Architects, 2005 addition

        Indianapolis Museum of Art

          • Richardson, Severns, Scheeler and Associates
          • Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates and John M.Y. Lee, 1990 Mary Fendrich Hulman Pavilion
          • Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects, 2005 expansion

        Cincinnati Art Museum

          • James McLaughlin
          • Daniel H. Burnham, 1907 Schmidlapp Wing
          • Garber and Woodward, 1910 Ropes Wing and 1930 Emery, Hanna & French Wings
          • Rendigs, Panzer and Martin, 1937 Alms Wing
          • Potter, Tyler, Martin and Roth, 1965 Adams-Emery Wing

        Cleveland Museum of Art

          • Benjamin Hubbell and W. Dominick Benes
          • J. Byers Hays and Paul C. Ruth, 1958 addition
          • Marcel Breuer and Hamilton P. Smith, 1971 addition
          • Dalton, van Dijk, Johnson & Partners, 1984 addition
          • Rafael Viñoly Architects, 2009 East Wing

        Columbus Museum of Art

          • Richards, McCarty and Bulford
          • Van Buren and Firestone, Architects, Inc., 1974 addition

        Crocker Art Museum

          • Seth Babson (architect of the original 1872 Crocker family mansion and art gallery)
          • Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architect with HMR Architects, Inc., 2010 expansion

        Dallas Museum of Art

          • Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates
          • Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates, 1985 decorative arts wing and 1991 Nancy and Jake L. Hamon Building

        de Young Museum

          • Herzog & de Meuron (Switzerland) with Fong & Chan Architects

          Denver Art Museum

            • Gio Ponti (Italy) with James Sudler Associates
            • Studio Daniel Libeskind with Davis Partnership Architects, 2006 Frederic C. Hamilton Building

          Des Moines Art Center

            • Eliel Saarinen
            • I.M. Pei & Associates, 1968 addition
            • Richard Meier & Partners Architects
            • 1985 addition

          Detroit Institute of Arts

            • James Balfour
            • Cret, Zantzinger, Borie and Medary, 1927 addition
            • Harley, Ellington, Cowin and Stirton, with Gunnar Birkerts and Associates, 1966 south wings
            • Harley, Ellington, Cowin and Stirton, 1966 north wing
            • Michael Graves & Associates with SmithGroup, 2007 expansion

          Akron Art Museum

            • Dalton, van Dijk, Johnson & Partners (conversion of the original 1899 post office)
            • Coop Himmelb(l)au (Austria) with Westlake Reed Leskosky, 2007 John S. and James L. Knight Building

          Amon Carter Museum

            • Philip Johnson
            • Johnson/Burgee Architects, 1977 expansion
            • Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects, 2001 expansion

          Anchorage Museum of History and Art

            • Kirk, Wallace, and McKinley with Schultz/Maynard
            • Kenneth Maynard Associates, 1974 addition
            • Mitchell/Giurgola Architects with Maynard and Partch, 1986 addition
            • David Chipperfield Architects with Kumin Associates Inc., 2009 and 2010 expansion

          Art Institute of Chicago

            • Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge
            • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1977 Arthur Rubloff Building
            • Hammond, Beebe and Babka, 1988 Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Building
            • Renzo Piano Building Workshop, with Interactive Design Inc., 2009 Modern Wing

          Art Museum of South Texas

            • Philip Johnson
            • Legorreta + Legorreta (Mexico) with Dykema Architects, 2006 William B. and Maureen Miller Building

          Asian Art Museum

            • Gae Aulenti (Italy) with Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, LDA Architects, and Robert Wong Architects (adapted the 1917 main library by George Kelham)

            Baltimore Museum of Art

              • John Russell Pope
              • John Russell Pope, 1937 Jacobs Wing
              • Wrenn, Lewis & Jancks, 1950 May Wing, 1956 Woodward Wing and 1957 Cone Wing
              • Bower Lewis Thrower Architects, 1994 West Wing for Contemporary Art

            Bass Museum of Art

              • B. Robert Swartburg (adapted the 1930 Miami Beach Library by Russell Pancoast)
              • Arata Isozaki & Associates (Japan) with Spillis Candela DMJM, 2002 expansion

            Birmingham Museum of Art

              • Warren, Knight and Davis
              • Warren, Knight and Davis, 1965 west wing, 1967 east wing, 1974 expansion, 1979 addition, and 1980 expansion
              • Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates, 1993 expansion

            Brooklyn Museum

              • McKim, Mead, and White
              • Prentice & Chan, Ohlhausen, 1978 addition
              • Arata Isozaki & Associates (Japan) and James Stewart Polshek & Partners, 1991 Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium
              • Polshek Partnership Architects, 2004 front entrance and public plaza addition

            Butler Institute of American Art

              • McKim, Mead and White
              • Paul Boucherie, 1931 north and south wings
              • C. Robert Buchanan & Associates, 1967 addition
              • Buchanan, Ricciuti & Associates, 1986 west wing addition