Elizabeth Peyton @ Gladstone 64

Did you know Barbara Gladstone opened an intimate viewing space on the Upper East Side to complement her galleries in Chelsea and Brussels? This new space is housed in The Edward Durell Stone House, a historic 4-story townhouse that was built as a brownstone residence in 1878 and dramatically reimagined in 1956 by the modernist architect Edward Durell Stone. As an aside, Stone was the design architect of the Museum of Modern Art in 1950. Barbara further reimagined the space with a significant interior renovation that updated but paid homage to the original architectural detail. This show is a very intimate collection of Elizabeth Peyton paintings (the self-portrait and David Bowie portrait blew me away) and both enhances and is enhanced by the Edward Durell Stone house.