The Hepworth Wakefield gallery designed by David Chipperfield Architects opens to the public this Saturday.
With 10 naturally-lit exhibition rooms, the gallery in Yorkshire is the largest purpose-built space for art in the UK and will display over 40 works by sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975), who lived locally.
The building is composed of a grouping of trapezoidal blocks and also contains learning studios, an auditorium, an archive, and a café and shop.
The gallery is accessed via a new pedestrian bridge across the River Calder, next to which the building is situated.
Photography is by Iwan Bann.