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  1. Richard Serra: Drawing in Retrospect

    Richard Serra: Drawing in Retrospect

    This is the first-ever retrospective of Serra's drawings, and will feature the work of the past 25 years.

    02.10.10

  2. What Remains of a Building

    What Remains of a Building

    The exhibition focuses around questions pertaining to the built environment, with a specific focus on Los Angeles. Following the question - What remains of a building divided into equal parts and...

    02.12.10

  3. Textiles Recycled/Reimagined

    Textiles Recycled/Reimagined

    This intimate exhibition presents a dozen unique objects made either wholly or in part from reused and/or repurposed materials. Examples include a Japanese Buddhist priest’s robe composed...

    02.16.10

  4. Take Note

    Take Note

    Take Note presents selected pivotal moments in the ongoing relationship between writing and architecture....

    02.16.10

  5. Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s-50s

    Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s-50s

    Constructive Spirit examines the connections, both conceptual and personal, among abstract artists, suggesting parallels that cut across time, national borders, and a range of media, including ...

    02.19.10

  6. Informed by Fire: Highlights of American Ceramics

    Informed by Fire: Highlights of American Ceramics

    Varied forms, surface decoration, use of glaze for color combined with science and skill shows the full breadth of possibilities as demonstrated by this selection of ceramics from the Museum's...

    02.19.10

  7. Luisa Lambri: Being There

    Luisa Lambri: Being There

    Luisa Lambri travels the world photographing Modernist interiors, and in this exhibition, features shots taken from inside homes by John Lautner. Rather than take a distanced vie...

    02.23.10

  8. George Nakashima: Nature, Form and Spirit

    George Nakashima: Nature, Form and Spirit

    An MIT-trained architect, George Nakashima found his inspiration through woodworking and cabinetry. From February 23 through March 17, DWR Scottsdale will display an exhibit of original...

    02.23.10

  9. Maya Romanoff Celebrates 40 years of Design

    Maya Romanoff Celebrates 40 years of Design

    February 17, 2010 - Maya Romanoff celebrates 40 years of design innovation with three tie-dyed wallcoverings to be unveiled in Spring 2010: Half Plaid, Snowflake, and Crystal. This anniversary...

    02.23.10

  10. Arcadia/Suburbia: Architecture on Long Island, 1930–2010

    Arcadia/Suburbia: Architecture on Long Island, 1930–2010

    Arcadia/Suburbia: Architecture on Long Island, 1930 - 2010 brings to light the impressive architectural history of Long Island over the past 80 years and underscores the role that Long...

    03.02.10

  11. Ecology.Design.Synergy Exhibition

    Ecology.Design.Synergy Exhibition

    Ecology.Design.Synergy redefines the term “sustainability” by examining how people inhabit their built environments. This exhibition showcases the innovative design approach of Behnisch...

    03.02.10

  12. Sustainable Futures

    Sustainable Futures

    This exhibition showcases a range of design and architecture projects that explore the most important issues associated with sustainability. Celebrated through a selection of pioneering and forward...

    03.02.10

  13. Fairfield Porter Raw: The Creative Process of an American Master

    Fairfield Porter Raw: The Creative Process of an American Master

    Fairfield Porter Raw: The Creative Process of an American Master, an exhibition of approximately forty works drawn from the Parrish Art Museum's extensive Porter holdings, will open Sunday, April...

    03.04.10

  14. MoMA Rising Currents Exhibition

    MoMA Rising Currents Exhibition

    MoMA and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center joined forces to address one of the most urgent challenges facing the nation’s largest city: sea-level rise resulting from global climate change. Though...

    03.04.10

  15. Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey

    Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey

    Andrea Palladio (1508–1580) is considered among the most significant and influential architects in the Western world. His clean, elegant interpretation of the architecture of classical...

    03.04.10

  16. Landscapes of Quarantine

    Landscapes of Quarantine

    An exhibition exploring the spaces of quarantine: From Chernobyl's Zone of Exclusion to the artificial quarantine islands of the New York archipelago, and from camps set up to house HIV+ Haitian re...

    03.09.10

  17. Plartonvideo: Sander Bokkinga

    Plartonvideo: Sander Bokkinga

    New items exclusively created by the Dutch designer Sander Bokkinga will be displayed at Plart Headquarters in 48, Martucci Street, Naples. Hosepipe is the title of the project, which is inspired...

    03.11.10

  18. Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind

    Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind

    Illustrator Mike Perry is having a bright show full of awesome in Minneapolis. He'll be speaking on March 25th, and the show opens the next day. Check out his blog to take a peek into his process,...

    03.11.10

  19. The Automatiste Revolution: Montreal 1941–1960

    The Automatiste Revolution: Montreal 1941–1960

    Guest curated by Roald Nasgaard, Professor of Art History at Florida State University, this exhibition includes sixty works of art, as well as photographs, books, and other ephemera documenting...

    03.15.10

  20. Water: Our Thirsty World

    Water: Our Thirsty World

    The Annenberg Space for Photography presents an exhibit examining the precarious state of the world’s fresh water.  Coinciding with National Geographic’s special issue "...

    03.30.10

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