Located next to ninety acres of riverfront parkland, dwarfing its own thirty-one acres - the museum feels like its in the middle of the countryside.
Imi Knoebel, 24 Colors— for Blinky, Beacon, NY Dia Art Foundation, New York- Photo- Bill Jacobson.
The space still has signs of its previous life; the former industrial structure - originally built in 1929 - is still intact and light streams in through large windows to some of the main rooms, while darker spaces require curating with more creativi
Robert Irwin, Rendering of forecourt for Dia: Beacon, Riggio Galleries, 2001. Dia Art Foundation
Remodeled in 2003, the Foundation's most recent renovation is a celebrated space in contemporary art, presenting temporary exhibitions and public programs to complement the collection and exhibitions and just over an hour away from New York City.