Restored Sculpture Gallery Reopens at Philip Johnson's Glass House

While sculptures by the likes of Robert Rauschenberg, John Chamberlain, Bruce Nauman, and Robert Morris deserve permanent places of honor in a building designed by one of architecture’s legends, birds and rodents decidedly do not. Thanks to a major restoration of Philip Johnson’s Sculpture Gallery at the Glass House, these priceless works are safe again from the elements—and the wildlife—of New Canaan, Connecticut.

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