New York City’s luxury developers are constantly innovating — discovering new ways to engage their consumers and communities. Toll Brothers City Living, the urban development division of Toll Brothers, Inc. did just this when they hosted John D’Agostino’s “Empire of Glass” exhibition at 400 Park Avenue South.
Curated by art consultant Emily Santangelo of Emily Fine Art, the exhibit was called “Empire of Glass” and is a series of large and medium-scale photographs of rescued shards of Tiffany glass. What makes the exhibit extra special is that the artist, John D’Agostino, is photographing glass originally salvaged by his grandfather, Vito D’Agostino, 80 years ago.
The evening featured striking views, conversation, and appetizers. A lifestyle/nightlife photographer was on hand to capture the event. Have a look at some photos below:
400 Park Avenue South is a new 40-story hybrid rental/condominium designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Christian de Portzamparc. Residences range from studios to four bedrooms and begin at $1.3 million.