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The Glass House

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A New Campus for the Rothko Chapel

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First dedicated in 1971 by philanthropists John and Dominique de Menil as a sacred space for interfaith celebration and social engagement, the Rothko Chapel in Houston displays 14 monumental paintings by Mark Rothko within an octagonal space designed by Philip Johnson, Howard Barnstone, and Eugene Aubry. Following a yearlong restoration by New York-based firm Architecture Research Office, the Chapel has reopened to the public with a new skylight that brings the space into alignment with Mark Rothko’s original vision for the first time. Join architects Stephen Cassell and Adam Yarinsky for a conversation on Zoom with Christopher Rothko about the history of the building, the importance of light within the Chapel, and the expansion of the Chapel's campus.

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Dec 14

A New Campus for the Rothko Chapel

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Dec 14

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Dec 14
Time
7:00 pm
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8:00 pm
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Partner
The Glass House
How
Virtual
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Talk

First dedicated in 1971 by philanthropists John and Dominique de Menil as a sacred space for interfaith celebration and social engagement, the Rothko Chapel in Houston displays 14 monumental paintings by Mark Rothko within an octagonal space designed by Philip Johnson, Howard Barnstone, and Eugene Aubry. Following a yearlong restoration by New York-based firm Architecture Research Office, the Chapel has reopened to the public with a new skylight that brings the space into alignment with Mark Rothko’s original vision for the first time. Join architects Stephen Cassell and Adam Yarinsky for a conversation on Zoom with Christopher Rothko about the history of the building, the importance of light within the Chapel, and the expansion of the Chapel's campus.

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