The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

About the Museum


Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Interior, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
© Josh Smith, Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York, Exhibition view of Josh Smith: The American Dream. Photo: Farzad Owrang

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
All artwork © the artists, Exhibition view of Remembering Henry’s Show: Selected Works 1978–2008. Photo: Tom Powel Imaging, Inc.

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
© Dan Colen, Exhibition view of Dan Colen: Help!. Photo: Christopher Burke Studio

Interior view, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center was established in 2009 as non-profit gallery and learning centre by Peter Brant, an avid art collector and philanthropist, in order to promote the education and appreciation of contemporary art and design. The foundation, designed by Richard Gluckman, is host to long-term temporary exhibitions that are open to the public by appointment. Past exhibitions have showcased the work of Andy Warhol, Steven Shearer and Dash Snow among others.

(Photo: Farzad Orwang )

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