The architect Steven Holl’s ‘T’ Space stands in a wooded glade in Duchess County, New York. Raised above the ground on columns of steel, it seems to float amid the surrounding leaves and branches. The white-walled interior is lit by sunlight streaming in through skylights. Integrated into the cycle of the seasons, ‘T’ Space hibernates during the winter and comes alive in the summer as a venue for the exhibition of visual art and a focal point for music and poetry.
[…] Openings at ‘T’ Space are always well attended. On the afternoon when Red Yellow Green Blue went on view, the crowd included Jasper Johns, Brice and Helen Marden, and many others who have become part of a community anchored in the Hudson River Valley and yet linked to many other places, from the art and music worlds of New York City to the China of Ai Weiwei and the cosmos evoked by Terry Winters’s extraordinary painting.
— Carter Ratcliff, 2014