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PA 37 “Active Atmospheres” by Catty Dan Zhang – Now Available
Pamphlet Architecture 37 Book Launch
‘T’ Space Archive Featured in Untapped Journal
Pamphlet Architecture Exhibition at a83 Gallery NYC
Light + Polychromy: Celebrating our 2023 Architecture Residents
Remembering Brice Marden (1938-2023)
‘T’ Space/Ann Hamilton “as after is before” Featured in The New York Times
Review: Torkwase Dyson: Closer (Bird and Lava) by Hearne Pardee for Brooklyn Rail
2023 Residency Lecture Series
Review: “No Ordinary Flow: Bird and Lava” by Lynn Woods, Hudson Valley One
‘T’ Space receives grants from National Endowment for the Arts for 2023 Exhibitions
2023 Summer Fellows Announced: Light and Polychromy
11th Annual ‘T’ Space Poetry Award: Charles Bernstein
Brooklyn Rail: Pamphlet Architecture: Visions and Experiments in Architecture
Brooklyn Rail: Arlene Shechet: Couple of
Forbes: Arlene Shechet Creates Sculpture To Transform Hudson Valley Landscape
Metropolis: Steven Holl’s Architectural Archive Preserves His Firm’s Designs and the Landscape
The Plan: Art Nestled Between the Hudson River and Round Pond
Kevin Lippert (1959-2022): A Personal Tribute
Celebrate Ukrainian Culture & History!
Remembering Dan Graham
Applications Open for 2022 Virtual Summer Architecture Residency
Pamphlet Architecture Award Winners
Stars Don’t Stay Still in the Sky – Lawrence Weiner Tribute
CALL FOR ENTRIES: Pamphlet Architecture 37
Hudson Valley One: Anthony Titus
Tribute to Richard Nonas (1936 – 2021)
9th Annual ‘T’ Space Poetry Award: Cathy Park Hong
Barbara Rose Tribute
Dwell: An Abandoned Stone Quarry in Spain Becomes a Sublimely Minimalist Home
Cultured Mag: Ensamble Studio Challenges the Role of Technology in Architecture
World Architects: A Virtual Visit to an Improbable House
The Architect’s Newspaper: ‘T’ Space goes virtual with Architecture of Earth
Christo Tribute
New York Magazine: 7 of the Best Art Galleries in the Hudson Valley
Metropolis: A Story No Longer Untold: Astra Zarina’s Influence on Modern Architecture
The New York Times: What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now
Residency Lecture Series
Roll Magazine: Brice Marden’s Cold Mountain in Rhinebeck
Architects On Olana
The New Yorker: Timelessness in Works by Thomas Cole and Brice Marden
Cultured Magazine: Where Are You Now? 10 Summer Exhibitions Worth the Trip
NY Times – Worth the Ride: 5 Surprising Exhibition Spaces in Upstate New York
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST: For Tatiana Bilbao, the Collective Is Now
HYPERALLERGIC: Seeing Ourselves in Sculpture
RURAL INTELLIGENCE: It’s easy to miss ‘T’ Space in the woods, but you shouldn’t.
CHRONOGRAM: 2018 Summer Arts Preview
ALMANAC WEEKLY : T Space Gallery and Trail in Rhinebeck now Open to the Public on Sundays
UPSTATE DIARY: A Breath of Fresh Air: At Home in Dutchess County with Steven Holl
ARCHINECT: Steven Holl Foundation’s Architecture Residents will Design Astronomy Center This Summer
SMHF PRESENTS : Steven Holl: Making Architecture at the Dorsky Museum in New Paltz
Jim Holl’s “All the Living Things” Published with ‘T’ Space Editions
HUDSON VALLEY NEWS: Artistic Walk in the Woods
TRAVELING EXHIBITION: Neil Denari, “Displaced Buildings in Aperiodic City”
ARCHINECT Flashback: The 2017 Steven Myron Holl Foundation/T-Space Summer Architecture Fellowship
‘T’ Space Announces New Summer Open Hours
2017 Summer Fellows Announced: Rural Compression
ARCHINECT: Don’t miss Neil Denari’s “Displaced Buildings in Aperiodic City” at the ‘T’ Space Gallery
ARCHINECT: The Steven Myron Holl Foundation Announces a New Summer Architecture Fellowship in Rhinebeck, New York,
WORLD ARCHITECTURE: Do You Want to Stay in Steven Holl’s Ex of IN House? Apply to ‘T’ Space’s Summer Fellowship
Announcing Steven Holl’s New Architecture Fellowship: RURAL COMPRESSION
Announcing Summer 2017 Events
Steven Holl’s ‘T’ Space is an Art Gallery Tucked Away in an Upstate Forest, 6sqft
Announcing ‘T’ Book 2016
THE REAL DEAL: Rhinebeck Hunting Shack Reimagined as Secluded Studio
6SQFT: ‘T’ Space Reserve: A 1959 Hunting Shack Transformed into an Off-grid Studio by Steven Holl
WORLD ARCHITECTURE: Ex Of In House By Steven Holl Plays With Spherical Voids To Explore New Typology For A Guest House
6QSFT: Steven Holl’s Upstate ‘Ex of In House’ is an Experiment in Voids and Sense of Place
CMU: Miller Gallery Hosts Works by Renowned French Architect and Le Corbusier Protégé José Oubrerie
THE LANTERN: Acclaimed Architect’s Designs on Display at Knowlton
IMBY: The Architectural Tradition Personified at ‘T’ Space
IMBY: Spatial Unity at ‘T’ Space