The shiny building impresses, with four stories of geometric black steel, though there's not a lot to see inside. The 2nd and 4th floors have the galleries; exhibits focus on an artist or two and change every six months. An audio tour of the architecture and installations is available by cell phone at 216-453-3960.
The giant silver hand sculpture rising up in the plaza across from the entrance begs for your camera. It's called Judy's Hand Pavilion, by artist Tony Tasset.