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Conversations in Context: Gregg Pasquarelli of @SHoParchitects + Architecture Critic Philip Nobel

Pasquarelli and Nobel at the Glass House Painting Gallery
Architect Gregg Pasquarelli + Critic Philip Nobel lead a conversation in the Glass House Painting Gallery.

“He curated a profession in America for a century.”

– Gregg Pasquarelli on Philip Johnson’s influence on American Architecture

On September 22, 2011, Gregg Pasquarelli of SHoP Architects and architecture critic Philip Nobel lead our Conversations in Context program at the Philip Johnson Glass House. The group toured the landscape and discussions ranged from the contemporary work of SHoP Architects – including the in-process East River Waterfront Project in New York – to Philip Johnson’s legacy as an architect and curator, and his lasting influence on American culture.


Architect Gregg Pasquarelli and Interim Executive Director of The Philip Johnson Glass House, Rena Zurofsky in conversation by the entrance to the Sculpture Gallery as visitors explore the lower galleries.


Architecture Critic Philip Nobel and visitors by the Glass House Pool


For additional images of the event, please visit the Philip Johnson Glass House on Flickr & for info on upcoming Conversations in Context programs, or to attend the next event with artist David Salle on October 13, please visit our website,



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