Carol Vogel reveals that Peter Brant will allow visitors to view his collection, by appointment only, at:
Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Conn., scheduled to open in late May. The New York architect Richard Gluckman has renovated a 1902 stone barn to create a space that includes three skylighted galleries and a video viewing room. [ . . . ] The first exhibition will feature more than 25 artists from his collection. On view will also be three monumental outdoor sculptures: Mr. Koons’s “Balloon Dog” (1994-2000), Paul McCarthy’s “Santa” (2002) and Richard Serra’s “Ali-Frazier (2001). Across the street visitors can see another of Mr. Brant’s Koons sculptures: the famous giant terrier puppy fashioned from 70,000 flowering plants. The exhibition will remain on view through February. Following will be a show of work by the Swiss artist Urs Fischer. Appointments can be made by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inside Art: By Appointment (The New York Times)