4/13 After 6 years, Harvard Art Museums reemerging With the building complete, it’s time to fill the vastly expanded gallery space ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Michele McDonald for the boston globe With a renovation, renowned architect Renzo Piano brings all three of the Harvard Art Museums under the same roof for the first time. Michele McDonald for the boston globe Thousands of artworks, in storage off-site during the construction, are now heading back to Quincy Street. Michele McDonald for the boston globe Gallery space increased by 40 percent and study centers, a cafe, and a pyramid-shaped glass roof were added. Michele McDonald for the boston globe About 2,000 pieces will be on view, including some that Harvard has never publicly displayed before. Michele McDonald for the boston globe Conservators worked on The Hunger March mural, a fresco, which took a true feat of engineering to move. Michele McDonald for the boston globe The museum is due to open in November.