The New York Times published an article covering the new home of New York University's Grey Art Museum.
The article discusses the Museum's new location at 18 Cooper Square; "Moving to the busy crossroads of NoHo, the East Village and the Bowery on Cooper Square, the Grey will have greater street presence in an expansive ground-floor space of a 1901 brick-and-iron landmark building owned by N.Y.U. The new space increases the size of Grey’s exhibition galleries by 40 percent and gives the museum a study center for the first time. It has been designed by Ennead Architects’ partner Richard Olcott — who previously led the renovation of the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven."
Grey Art Museum is scheduled to reopen next year on March 2 with the inaugural show “Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946-1962.”
Read the full article here.