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PAINTING / SCULPTURE highlighted in Chronogram Summer Arts Preview
Rome and the Teacher: Astra Zarina Opening June 21 in Civita di Bagnoregio
PAINTING / SCULPTURE featured in Hyperallergic
PAINTING / SCULPTURE featured in Design Arts Daily
Halley / Gonzalez-Turner Installation Complete at ‘T’ Space – Opening June 2
In Memory of David Shapiro (1947-2024)
2024 SUMMER ARCHITECTURE RESIDENTS ANNOUNCED: CORRELATIONS
JOSÉ OUBRERIE TRIBUTE (1932-2024)
Rome and the Teacher: Astra Zarina Opening March 14 in Riga, Latvia
Tribute to Jeffrey Brown (1948-2024)

Review: Because of seeing architecture in Drawing Matter
Applications Open for 2024 Architecture Residency Program: “Correlations”
12th Annual ‘T’ Space Poetry Award Winner: Pierre Joris
Giuliano Fiorenzoli “Because of seeing architecture” Opens at Pratt SoA
Steven Holl’s “Half-Earth” Exhibition Opens in Archive Gallery
“What We Learned From Two Snapping Turtles” by Philippa Dunne
Giuliano Fiorenzoli Exhibition Featured in Stir World
Giuliano Fiorenzoli Exhibition Opens in the ‘T’ Space Archive Gallery
Pamphlet Architecture at a83 Review in The Architect’s Newspaper
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