Since beginning his architectural practice in 1977, Richard Gluckman’s work has been closely aligned with the art world. Based in New York, Gluckman has created distinctive spaces for numerous galleries and museums, and developed installations with such notable contemporary artists as Dan Flavin, Richard Serra, Jenny Holzer and Walter De Maria. His professional relationship with minimalist and site-specific artists deeply informs all his work, which includes residential, commercial, and public projects. Gluckman emphasizes basic architectural components of structure, scale, proportion, material and light in his interior designs, resulting in a powerful simplicity of space. Recent completed projects include the Museum of Modern Art Book Store, New York; the Mori Arts Center, Tokyo, Japan; and, Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga, Spain.