The Glass House Blog

New Film: Liam Gillick + Todd Eberle in conversation with Amei Wallach at Art Basel Miami Beach Art Salon

New Film: Liam Gillick + Todd Eberle in conversation with Amei Wallach at Art Basel Miami Beach Art Salon

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Join the Glass House Today at Art Basel Miami Beach for Art Salon Artist Talk – 4pm

The Glass House at Art Basel Miami 2011

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Join the Glass House at Art Basel Miami!

Thursday, December 1, 4:00 – 4:30pm
Miami Beach Convention Center

Art Salon Talk: Inspiration, Cultivation and The Philip Johnson Glass House Collection

Liam GillickArtist Liam Gillick and artist and photographer Todd Eberle host an Art Salon Talk on inspiration and cultivation as related to the art + design collection at the Philip Johnson Glass House. Amei Wallach, art critic and curator, will moderate. General admission ticket to Art Basel Miami includes access to Art Salon.

View film of Liam Gillick at the Artists and Legacy Symposium.
View film of Todd Eberle at the Glass House.
Purchase a copy of Eberle’s new book Empire of Space from the Glass House Bookstore.

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NEW: Message From The Director

November 16, 2011

As our tour season winds down to its November 30 close, we keep active. In the past few weeks we’ve announced some wonderful collaborations which will stretch through the holidays, and some of them beyond.

For any of you in the greater metropolitan area, please don’t miss the exquisite exhibition of James Welling’s Glass House photographs on view in the lobby of the Four Seasons Restaurant through January 2, 2012. A collaboration between The Glass House, David Zwirner, and the Four Seasons, all photographs are offered for sale, with a large percentage benefiting The Glass House.

James Welling Photograph

Entering the lobby is free, so don’t hesitate to see this beautiful show.  Plus, a short turn to the ladies’ room will give you an intimate view of the same Fortuny fabric that Philip Johnson used in the Brick House, currently closed pending restoration. Johnson often used the same materials on his projects (he designed the Four Seasons restaurant, and partnered with Mies van Der Rohe on the entire Seagram’s building), the Library/Study has carpeting originally used at the Four Seasons as well. The succulent garden, which can be viewed during our landscape tours, is built on a foundation of the same pink granite used for the AT&T, now Sony building. Read the rest of this entry »

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