Glass House in New Canaan gets new exhibit for 65th anniversary

The famed Glass House designed by architect Philip Johnson in New Canaan is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year.



To mark the occasion, the museum has opened a new exhibit that takes the mid-century masterpiece into the clouds.



Artist Fujiko Nakaya invented a fog sculpture that will be incorporated in the new exhibit. The fog fills the area outside of the house, and when it disappears the Glass House becomes visible.



The new exhibit will be running until the end of November.


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