NYU's Grey Art Museum In the News

New home of NYU Grey Art Museum 1548 photo by Aislinn Weidele Ennead Architects

Architectural Record featured a story on Ennead’s transformation of NYU’s Grey Art Museum, which recently re-opened in a new space at 18 Cooper Square in New York. Ennead Partners Richard Olcott and Molly McGowan were interviewed about the project, which creates a larger, more accessible space for exhibitions and programming. Read the full article here.

The new home for the Grey has been widely covered in the press. Read more in the stories below.

The New York Times, "Home for N.Y.U.’s Art Treasures Gets a New Name and Space,"

The Architect's Newspaper, "NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, now Grey Art Museum, will relocate to a new facility in Cooper Square by Ennead Architects."

BNN, “Grey Art Gallery Transforms into Expansive Museum on Bowery, Elevating NYU's Cultural Footprint

Washington Square News, “The Grey Art Museum inaugural exhibition is a nod to a French-American artistic past.”

Artdaily.com, “NYU's Grey Art Gallery moves into new home renamed Grey Art Museum.”