Lustig Cohen on View at The Glass House

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Philip Johnson’s The Glass House presents the first survey to explore the relationship between the early paintings and pioneering design projects of Elaine Lustig Cohen (June 13–Sept. 28, 2015).

Lustig Cohen has been highly regarded as a graphic designer, artist, and rare book dealer throughout her career, which spans over 50 years. On view in the Painting Gallery, the exhibition includes a selection of her geometric and abstract paintings from the 1960s and 1970s as well as examples of her multi-year collaboration with architect Philip Johnson, among other projects.

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