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  Out at the Glass House
Photos by Paul Laster
 
  The inaugural picnic gala at the Philip Johnson Glass House in New Canaan, Conn.,
featuring a performance by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, on June 23, 2007
 
   
Art critics Rosamond Bernier and John Russell, who were married at the Glass House in 1975
 
Philip Johnson’s Glass House
 
Author Francine du Plessix Gray and Jasper Johns
   
 
 
DIA Art Foundation curator Lynne Cooke
 
Merce Cunningham with Glass House executive director Christy MacLear
 
Museum of Modern Art trustee Agnes Gund
 
National Trust for Historic Preservation VP Jan Rothschild and Art Newspaper scribe Jason Kaufman
 
 
   
Frank Stella outside the Glass House
 
New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham
 
Artist David Diao with Andy Warhol’s portrait of Philip Johnson
   
 
   
Former Cunningham dancer and author Carolyn Brown
 
Merce Cunningham Dance Company approaching the stage
 
Watching the Cunningham Dance Company’s Glass House Event
   
 
 
 
Fitz & Co flack Dan Tanzilli with Glass House pr rep
Amy Grabowski
 
Photographer Lynn Davis in the Glass House
 
Architect Maya Lin and art dealer Daniel Wolf
 
Cunningham dance company exec Trevor Carlson (left) and DIA Beacon chief Steven Evans
 
 
 
   
Architect Joe Katanik
 
Philip Johnson’s Lake Pavilion, otherwise known as Hadrian’s Temple
 
Art dealer Venetia Kapernekas (left) and Andy Warhol Foundation curator Bibi Khan
   
 
   
Architectural photographers Julius Schulman, Robin Hill and Juergen Nogai
 
BAM director Harvey Lichtenstein flanked by Cunningham dance company board members Barbara Pine (left) and Molly Davies
 
Architects Robert A.M. Stern (left) and
Alexander Gorlin
   
 
 
   
Artscribe Michael Wang
 
Scientist Wayne Hendrickson flanked by MoMA trustee Barbara Jakobson (left) and MoMA curator Ann Temkin
 
Julian Schnabel paintings in the underground painting gallery racks at the Glass House
   
 
       
Glass House volunteers
       
 
  Paul Laster is the editor of Artkrush and a regular contributor to Artnet Magazine