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  1. Jane Davis Doggett: Talking Graphics

    Jane Davis Doggett: Talking Graphics

    Jane Davis Doggett, M.F.A. 1956, is known for her career in creating graphic identities and wayfinding systems for massive public spaces, including 40 international airports. Doggett recently...

    01.25.10

  2. Designers on Jewelry: Twelve Years of Jewelry Production

    Designers on Jewelry: Twelve Years of Jewelry Production

    The collection features more than 80 pieces that offer an imaginative, thought-provoking, often conceptual, and sometimes humorous vision of contemporary jewelry. The exhibition surveys twelve...

    01.20.10

  3. Jonas Wood

    Jonas Wood

    This is the first one-person museum exhibition of the artist's work, which is evocative of the Modernist sculptures of David Smith or Alexander Calder. Wood's subjects are centered around family...

    01.11.10

  4. Josef Albers: Innovation and Inspiration

    Josef Albers: Innovation and Inspiration

    Encompassing Albers' career from 1917 to 1973, this exhibition begins with four early self-portrait prints and follows to a group of boldly abstract compositions from Albers' tenure at Germany's...

    01.07.10

  5. Snøhetta: architecture

    Snøhetta: architecture

    The exhibition offers insights into the design and construction of the firm’s most important works, including the celebrated Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, the recently...

    01.06.10

  6. Maira Kalman: Illuminations (of a Crazy World)

    Maira Kalman: Illuminations (of a Crazy World)

    This is the first major museum survey of the work of illustrator, author and designer Maira Kalman. This exhibition features a selection spanning thirty years of original works on paper and design...

    01.04.10

  7. Spanish Design in "Bravos"
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    Spanish Design in "Bravos"

    BRAVOS: Groundbreaking Spanish Design will debut at the American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center in Washington, DC on April 2nd and will remain on view until May 15th. Thanks to BRAVOS,...

    written by: Meredith MacKenzie
    03.18.11

  8. Zlin: The Model Town of Modernism

    Zlin: The Model Town of Modernism

    Ziln, located in the eastern portion of the Czech Republic, is a factory town designed by Corbusier apprentice Vladimir Karfik for the scions of the Bata Shoe Company. Models, photographs, film and...

    01.03.10

  9. Design Real

    Design Real

    Design Real, curated by Konstantin Grcic and designed in collaboration with Alex Rich and Jürg Lehni, is the first design-focused show to be presented at the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion....

    01.03.10

  10. China Design Now

    China Design Now

    The exhibition, featuring the work of approximately 100 designers, reveals how designers, architects, filmmakers, and artists have transformed Chinese design and led to a new aesthetic that...

    01.03.10

  11. Alexander Calder in Focus

    Alexander Calder in Focus

    Though Alexander Calder began his career as an artist focused on drawing and painting, he is best known for creating colorful, whimsical stabiles, mobiles, and large-scale sculptures of natural...

    01.03.10

  12. Apostles of Beauty: Arts and Crafts from Britain to Chicago

    Apostles of Beauty: Arts and Crafts from Britain to Chicago

    Responding to both the perceived inferiority of machine-made objects and the ills created by industrialization, the Arts and Crafts movement sought to restore dignity to labor and integrate art...

    01.03.10

  13. Rhythms of Modern Life: British Prints 1914-1939

    Rhythms of Modern Life: British Prints 1914-1939

    The exhibition, featuring roughly one hundred lithographs, etchings, woodcuts and color linocuts by fourteen artists, examines the impact of Futurism and Cubism on British modernist printmaking...

    01.03.10

  14. Bauhaus Lounge

    Bauhaus Lounge

    Furnished with Bauhaus chairs, tables, couches, and other furniture, this temporary lounge at MoMA accompanies the soon-to-close exhibition Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity. There's a...

    01.03.10

  15. Josh Faught: While the Light Lasts

    Josh Faught: While the Light Lasts

    Textile artist Josh Faught lives and works in Eugene, Oregon. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Fibers at the University of Oregon and has exhibited widely in the United States. His work...

    01.02.10

  16. Iannis Xenakis: Composer, Architect, Visionary

    Iannis Xenakis: Composer, Architect, Visionary

    The exhibition explores the fundamental role of drawing in the work of Greek avant-garde composer Iannis Xenakis (1922–2001). A leading figure in twentieth century music, Xenakis was trained...

    01.01.10

  17. Modern in America: Works on Paper, 1900–1950s

    Modern in America: Works on Paper, 1900–1950s

    Approximately 140 prints, drawings, collages, and watercolors from the permanent collection offer the opportunity to ruminate on what constituted “modern” at various moments during the...

    01.01.10

  18. Urban Panoramas: Opie, Liao, Kim

    Urban Panoramas: Opie, Liao, Kim

    This exhibition highlights work by three contemporary photographers, each of whom implemented a panoramic viewpoint to examine a specific urban environment. Catherine Opie (American, born 1961)...

    01.01.10

  19. Art by the Yard: Women Design Mid-Century Britain

    Art by the Yard: Women Design Mid-Century Britain

    The art of textile design changed radically after World War II as Britain was transformed from a country devastated by war into an optimistic consumer society. Three women designers were pivotal in...

    01.01.10

  20. Leaps into the Void: Documents of Nouveau Réalist Performance

    Leaps into the Void: Documents of Nouveau Réalist Performance

    Pyrotechnics, exploding pigment, blowtorches, lacerated décollage, and found materials, define the radical gestures of the avant-garde movement, Nouveau Réalisme. Translated as &ldquo...

    01.01.10

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