Sculpture Court / Topless

San Diego fine Arts Gallery, West Wing (1966) by Mosher & Drew

Notice anything different? Yes, the Claire Falkenstein is back, but look higher...

The canopy roof is gone and the sun is shining on the Malcolm Leland bronze fascia.

This is the what it usually looks like. That top hides what the real architecture is supposed to look like.  
Apparently, the wind damaged the canvas and it was removed. 
Yes, you can have your wedding party amongst Louise Nevelson and Claire Falkenstein.
Source: Concept Events

Or if you're into something with a little less commitment, you could just have lunch there. 

Let's hope they keep the top off. It's how it was designed to be and it looks so good.
The gates were designed by Malcolm Leland.
Source: Julius Shulman, 1968

The wildlife also seems to like it better this way. 
More about the sculpture court and garden can be found here and here.

 The Timken Museum (1965) by Frank L. Hope and Associates (again). More here