Alisia Amanda

Alisia Amanda

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Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

ON A QUIET BLOCK in the East in Manhattan, set between a music school and a prewar apartment building a coin’s toss from the noise of subway construction, sits a discreet, Modernist marvel: Philip Johnson’s 1950 Rockefeller Guest House.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

Built for Blanchette Rockefeller in 1950, the guest house was a place for artists and potential Museum of Modern Art donors to congregate.

scandinaviancollectors: “PHILIP JOHNSON, Rockefeller Guest House, New York Man Pointing bronze sculpture by Alberto Giacometti, 1947 (nowadays part of MoMA’s permanent collection).

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