Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Glass House, 2013. Favorite
The Philip Johnson Glass House, a National Trust Historic Site, offers its 49-acre campus as a catalyst for the preservation and interpretation of modern architecture, landscape, and art; and as a canvas for inspiration and experimentation honoring the legacy of Philip Johnson (1906-2005) and David Whitney (1939-2005).
The Philip Johnson Glass House was completed in 1949. Inspired by Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House (Plano, IL, 1951), its exterior walls are of glass with no interior walls, a radical departure from houses of the time. The Glass House began a fifty-year odyssey of architectural experimentation in forms, materials, and ideas through the addition of many "pavilions"—the Brick House/Guest House, Pond Pavilion, Painting Gallery, Sculpture Gallery, Ghost House, Library/Study, and DaMonsta—and the methodical sculpting of the surrounding forty-acre landscape.
Every now and then leading artists create limited editions for The Philip Johnson Glass House. Within a few days limited editions created by EV Day, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Mauro Restiffe will become available for sale. The proceeds of the sales will directly benefit The Philip Johnson Glass House.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Glass House, 2013.
Medium: Archival pigment print
Sheet size: 17 x 20 inches
Image size: 12 x 15 inches
Edition of 90
Signed and numbered on front
Price: $3,500 (Price Framed: $4,000)
Mauro Restiffe, Glass House #8 and Glass House #9 (Diptych), 2012.
Medium: Gelatin Silver Print mounted on Dibond
Size: 12 x 17 inches - each image, framed diptych
Edition of 15
Signed and numbered on verso
These limited edition prints will be available at The Philip Johnson Glass House here
For further information about these limited editions or your pre-order you can contact The Philip Johnson Glass House via email here