New York | 2017
The gallery occupies 9,000 sq. ft. of a restored 19th century loft building with the original 1868 cast iron facade and classical orders preserved. When entering the ground floor, you are drawn down the main corridor by a colonnade of Corinthian orders. As you navigate past the offices and viewing rooms, the large gallery is revealed, illuminated from above by the skylight spanning the entire width of the space.
Photo credit: Courtesy of Roland Halbe and Daniel Buren