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Join us for croquet, ping-pong, live music, and a festive picnic lunch at the Glass House Summer Party!

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The Glass House Summer Party
Only 30 Tickets Left — Buy Now!

Don’t miss out on the Glass House Summer Party next Saturday, June 22, from 12 noon – 4 p.m. Presented by Alfred Dunhill with additional support from Swarovski, the Summer Party will feature a tasty picnic lunch, lawn games, and live music, along with opportunities to explore the entire Glass House campus. Tickets are going fast, buy yours today.


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Bid Now on The Summer Party Auction

The Summer Party silent auction includes works by Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Ezra Stoller, Lynn Davis, Richard Meier, Sarah Morris, Rob Wynne, and Herb Ritts, among others. Special packages are also available including a private dinner in the Glass House, a deluxe stay at the Bedford Post Inn, and a cooking class with Chef Brian Lewis.
Bid now at paddle8.com!

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The Glass House Summer Party – Only 50 Tickets Left + Bid Now on The Summer Party Auction

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The Glass House Summer Party
Only 50 Tickets Left — Buy Now!
The Glass House Summer Party will take place this year on Saturday, June 22 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Presented by Alfred Dunhill with additional support from Swarovski, the Summer Party will include a picnic lunch, cocktails, music, and a silent auction — all set on a pastoral landscape with opportunities to explore the Glass House and temporary exhibitions, along with our world-class collection of 20th-century painting and sculpture.
Tickets are going fast, buy yours today.

490Bid Now on The
Summer Party Auction

The Summer Party Auction will feature works by Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Ezra Stoller, Lynn Davis, Richard Meier, Sarah Morris, Rob Wynne, and Herb Ritts, among others. Special packages are also available including a private dinner in the Glass House, a deluxe stay at the Standard Hotel, and a cooking class with Chef Brian Lewis. Bid now at paddle8.com!

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Why are contemporary artists interested in engaging in the design world?

Da Monsta

There are just a few days left to join in the
online Glass House Conversation with
host Christian Bjone!

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The Glass House + Points on a Line at Art Basel

Filming Points on a Line at the Philip Johnson Glass House / Photo: Sarah Morris Points on a Line 2010 35:44 min © Parallax
Filming Points on a Line at the Philip Johnson Glass House
Photo: Sarah Morris Points on a Line 2010 35:44 min © Parallax

Glass House at Art Basel

Points on a Line, a new film by artist Sarah Morris, is the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s first contemporary art commission and collaboration between the Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House and the Philip Johnson Glass House.

Points on a Line will be shown at Art Unlimited, Art Basel’s pioneering exhibition platform for projects that transcend the classical art-show stand. Art Unlimited opens on Monday, June 13 and runs through June 19th. Points on a Line is also on view daily at the Glass House Visitor Center.

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‘Points on a Line’ on View at Chicago Architecture & Design Film Festival

Sarah Morris Filming Points on a Line at the Philip Johnson Glass House

Filming Points on a Line at the Philip Johnson Glass House / Photo: Sarah Morris Points on a Line 2010 35:44 min © Parallax

Points on a Line is the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s first contemporary art commission and first collaboration between the Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House and the Philip Johnson Glass House, both sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and calls attention to the Glass House’s commitment to exploring new ideas in documentation and preservation of our significant modern architectural heritage. The film will be shown with parallel  programming in various arts and cultural venues throughout the year, continuing the legacy of Philip Johnson and David Whitney by cultivating new talent and finding new methods to connect with and educate new audiences about the importance of our modern architectural heritage. The film first premiered as part of Modern Views, a collaboration engaging the two sites with the voices of 100 contemporary artist and architects.
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