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  1. Alexander Calder: A Balancing Act

    Alexander Calder: A Balancing Act

    This exhibition will feature a selection of the American sculptor's work from 1927 through to the mid-1970s. Many pieces will be from Jon and Mary Shirley's collection—many of which are...

    07.01.09

  2. Not New Work

    Not New Work

    San Francisco–based sculptor Vincent Fecteau culled through the museum's collection to present this exhibition of 25 rarely-seen artworks from artists such as Judy Chicago, Max Ernst, Richard...

    07.01.09

  3. Ron Arad: No Discipline

    Ron Arad: No Discipline

    This exhibition will be the first major retrospective of Israeli designer and architect Ron Arad's work in the United States, and will feature a collection of objects and furniture pieces created...

    07.09.09

  4. Ruth Asawa: Drawing in Space

    Ruth Asawa: Drawing in Space

    This exhibition celebrates artist and sculptor Ruth Asawa (1926- ) and features her earliest sculptures, drawings and paintings created while studying at Black Mounain College with Josef Albers,...

    07.12.09

  5. In & Out of Amsterdam: Travels in Conceptual Art, 1960–1976

    In & Out of Amsterdam: Travels in Conceptual Art, 1960–1976

    This is an exhibition of 75 works by ten American and European artists relating to travel and the city of Amsterdam. Focusing on Conceptual art practices between 1960 and 1976, the show includes...

    07.15.09

  6. Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future

    Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future

    In this first-ever retrospective of the life and work of Eero Saarinen (1910—1961), the Yale University Art Gallery presents an assemblage of never-before-seen sketches, models, photographs,...

    02.21.10

  7. Situated Technologies: Toward the Sentient City

    Situated Technologies: Toward the Sentient City

    This exhibition is a critical exploration of the evolving relationship between ubiquitous computing, architecture and the city. It will imagine alternative trajectories for how various mobile,...

    07.22.09

  8. Bauhaus 1919–1933: Workshops for Modernity

    Bauhaus 1919–1933: Workshops for Modernity

    This exhibition brings together over 400 works that reflect the extraordinarily broad range of the Bauhaus school's productions, including industrial design, furniture, architecture, graphics,...

    07.23.09

  9. Palm Springs Modern: Photographs by Julius Shulman

    Palm Springs Modern: Photographs by Julius Shulman

    This exhibition features 100 original photographs by the renowned photographer Julius Shulman of houses designed by iconic Modernist architects, such as Richard Neutra, Albert Frey, and John...

    07.28.09

  10. From Towers to Teakettles: Michael Graves Architecture and Design

    From Towers to Teakettles: Michael Graves Architecture and Design

    This exhibition will showcase Graves's style and will also focus on the roles of context, accessibility, and total design in his work....

    08.03.09

  11. Lorna Blaine Halper: The Space Between

    Lorna Blaine Halper: The Space Between

    In this solo exhibition of Black Mountain artist Lorna Blaine Halper (1924- ), drawings, sculptures, and paintings will be on view, beginning with works created during from her time at Black...

    08.03.09

  12. Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection

    Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection

    This exhibition will include approximately 40 garments from the collection of Mary Baskett, an art dealer and former curator of prints at the Cincinnati Art Museum who has been collecting and...

    08.03.09

  13. The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners

    The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners

    This is a retrospective of the work of Pritzker Prize–winning architect Norman Foster and his architectural firm, Foster + Partners. The exhibition is scheduled to coincide with the grand...

    08.03.09

  14. Lace in Translation

    Lace in Translation

    The Design Center (TDC) has commissioned three internationally-renowned artists and designers – whose works are often inspired by traditional lace imagery – to mine its historic Quaker...

    08.03.09

  15. The Red Book of C.G. Jung

    The Red Book of C.G. Jung

    This unprecedented exhibition marks the first public presentation of the preeminent psychologist C. G. Jung’s (1875-1961) famous Red Book. In the book Jung developed his principal theories of...

    08.05.09

  16. Marcel Wanders: Designer

    Marcel Wanders: Designer

    The Dutch designer Marcel Wanders (born 1963) is creating a multimedia installation of personally selected objects to represent pivotal points in his career. Using shifting video images, lighting,...

    08.07.09

  17. Charley Harper

    Charley Harper

    Charley Harper (1922-2007), over the course of a 60-year career as a prolific graphic designer, painter and illustrator, brought his unique, modernist style to a wide range of publications, such as...

    08.07.09

  18. Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913-2008

    Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913-2008

    The exhibition showcases 150 portraits, including classic images from Vanity Fair’s early period and photographs featured in the magazine since its 1983 relaunch. Sitters range from Claude...

    08.10.09

  19. With a Single Step: Stories in the Making of America

    With a Single Step: Stories in the Making of America

    MOCA’s new core exhibit will bring to life the Museum’s unique historical content and birth a compelling art work by fusing itself with the architectural heart of its new home designed...

    09.11.09

  20. Interior Design (ID) Program at Hästens

    Interior Design (ID) Program at Hästens

    Hästens, the Sweden-based luxury bed maker, is pleased to announce the introduction of the company’s exclusive Interior Design (ID) Program during the ASID SoHo/TriBeCa Design Walk. ...

    09.18.09

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