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David Hartt: A Colored Garden The Glass House

David Hartt: A Colored Garden The Glass House

NEW CANAAN, Conn. (April 16 – November 15, 2021) – David Hartt: A Colored Garden is the first artist-designed garden to activate the 49-acre historic site. Hartt’s work explores histories lying dormant in the landscape with speculative narratives that provide a playful, exuberant, and vibrant counterpoint to the surrounding grounds. Located in the southern meadow […]

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The Glass House to Reopen April 16th

The Glass House to Reopen April 16th

The Glass House will open as an outdoor-only experience beginning on April 16th! The 49-acre grounds will be open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday between the hours of 10:00am – 4:00pm. Grounds passes are available now, advance reservations are required. Visitors are able – for the first time – to drive to the […]

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The Glass House Presents A New Campus for the Rothko Chapel

The Glass House Presents A New Campus for the Rothko Chapel

Following a yearlong restoration by New York-based firm Architecture Research Office, the Rothko Chapel has reopened to the public with a new skylight that brings the space into alignment with Mark Rothko’s original vision for the first time. Join architects Stephen Cassell and Adam Yarinsky for a conversation on Zoom with Christopher Rothko about the […]

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Palm Springs Art Museum to Exhibit Aluminaire House

Palm Springs Art Museum to Exhibit Aluminaire House

The Aluminaire House Foundation announced that it has donated the historic Aluminaire House to Palm Springs Art Museum to be part of the museum’s permanent collection. The historically significant aluminum and metal prototype residence, designed by Albert Frey and A. Lawrence Kocher in 1931, will soon be located outside on the grounds of the museum. […]

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The Glass House Presents Robert Indiana ONE through ZERO

The Glass House Presents Robert Indiana ONE through ZERO

The Glass Housepresents the first public installation world-wide of the complete set of Robert Indiana’s ONE through ZERO, ten 6-foot-high COR-TEN steel sculptures that were conceived in 1980 and executed in 2003. Visitors will find these monumental works located in a field just to the south of the Glass House itself, where they have been […]

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Julian Schnabel: Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like at The Glass House

Julian Schnabel: Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like at The Glass House

The Glass House presents Julian Schnabel: “Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like,” an intimate survey showcasing Julian Schnabel’s prolific painting career. Over the course of the exhibition period, the Painting Gallery panels will rotate three times to present paintings selected by the artist. Each rotation will feature six works from different periods […]

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CAC CELEBRATES THE LIFE & WORK OF ZAHA HADID

CAC CELEBRATES THE LIFE & WORK OF ZAHA HADID

On May 7, 2016 from 1:00–3:30pm, you can join the conversation as the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), American Institute of Architects (AIA) Equity in Architecture, and University of Cincinnati’s Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning college (DAAP) host a celebration of Zaha Hadid’s life and work at the place where the architect’s career took off—the CAC’s […]

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Purcell completes Tower Bridge High Level Walkways

Tower Bridge has unveiled two new glass floors across its high-level walkways, enabling visitors to view a bridge lift from a wholly new and unique perspective. Purcell were the architects responsible for introducing the glass floors into the Grade I listed structure and improve the accessibility of Tower Bridge. The £1m scheme, spearheaded by Bridge […]

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Pavilion of Turkey at the Venice International Architecture Biennale

Turkey inaugurated its debut exhibition, Places of Memory, at its long-term pavilion at the prestigious Arsenale. One of the newest countries to participate in the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia, Turkey’s project Places of Memory is a thought-provoking and lyrical exhibition that examines Istanbul’s urban transformation. The exhibition is commissioned by […]

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