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  1. 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

  2. William Krisel, Architect at The Getty Center

    William Krisel, Architect at The Getty Center

    Please join us for a special screening of Design Onscreen’s latest documentary film, William Krisel, Architect at The Getty Center, Los Angeles, on Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010 at 7:00PM. A...

    03.09.10

  3. American Masters: Building China Modern

    American Masters: Building China Modern

    I.M. Pei, one of the most influential architects of the last half-century, returned to his Chinese homeland after seventy years, and designed a modern museum to house the antiquities of Suzhou, in...

    03.09.10

  4. Opening Party: Fat Fringe at The FIX

    Opening Party: Fat Fringe at The FIX

    Fat Fringe is a die-cut paper canopy created through slicing, punching, and folding. Enthusiasts spent several weekends at The FIX transforming sheets of paper into all species of beautiful 3D...

    03.09.10

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. BKLYN Designs 2010

    BKLYN Designs 2010

    The jury has spoken – 45 of the borough’s top designers have been hand-picked by a prestigious panel of experts to exhibit at BKLYN DESIGNS™ 2010.  Now in its eighth year,...

    03.23.10

  9. Operation Restore Defenestration

    Operation Restore Defenestration

    Whether it be positive or negative, people always have an opinion on the building that has furniture scurrying across its' walls on 6th and Howard.  Some people hate the blighted Hugo Hotel...

    03.23.10

  10. Speed and Glamour: Early Automobiles and New York City

    Speed and Glamour: Early Automobiles and New York City

    New York City played an important role in making the automobile an icon of modernism. Join Phil Patton, automobile design expert and co-curator of the Museum's exhibition Cars, Culture, and the...

    04.09.10

  11. Wattis Institute Presents: The Way Beyond Art: Sunny Memories

    Wattis Institute Presents: The Way Beyond Art: Sunny Memories

    This is the first in a series of projects titled The Way Beyond Art, starting in spring 2010, in which a faculty member from any of CCA's programs presents a one-week exhibition in the Wattis...

    04.13.10

  12. Joseph Hart / Out of Moments

    Joseph Hart / Out of Moments

    Brooklyn-based artist Joseph Hart will be displaying his latest suite of works at this exhibition in Paris. For more on Hart's work, please visit his website.

    04.27.10

  13. The Secret Life of Plants

    The Secret Life of Plants

    San Francisco–based artist and photographer presents his latest collection of photograms. Each piece is made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a photographic...

    05.30.10

  14. Diana Al-Hadid

    Diana Al-Hadid

    The sculptor's first solo museum exhibition features baroque architectural forms made of cardboard, plywood, plaster, and resin. Al-Hadid's pieces are informed by an array of influences, including...

    06.08.10

  15. Ernesto Neto: Dancing Allowed

    Ernesto Neto: Dancing Allowed

    Brazilian sculptor Ernesto Neto creates all-encompassing installations of stretchy, stocking-like translucent scrims extending from ceiling to floor and often filled with aromatic spices or...

    06.08.10

  16. Maira Kalman: Various Illuminations

    Maira Kalman: Various Illuminations

    This is the first museum survey of Maira Kalman’s narrative art. Working as an illustrator, author, and designer, Kalman is well known for her covers and drawings for The New Yorker, over a...

    07.03.10

  17. Guillermo Kuitca: Everything

    Guillermo Kuitca: Everything

    Buenos Aires–based artist Guillermo Kuitca (b. 1961) displays 50 large-scale paintings and 25 works on paper, incorporating influences from sculpture, architecture, theater, film, and...

    07.03.10

  18. Vernon Fisher: K-Mart Conceptualism

    Vernon Fisher: K-Mart Conceptualism

    Vernon Fisher: K-Mart Conceptualism is a survey of the artist’s entire career to date, incorporating paintings, sculptures, and installations from the late 1970s to the present, from both...

    08.02.10

  19. Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective

    Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective

    Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective positions Gorky as a crucial founder of abstract expressionism, but also as a passionate and dedicated artist whose tragic life often informed his groundbreaking...

    08.06.10

  20. Timing 2010–Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

    Timing 2010–Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

    The city of Bat Yam, Israel, will host “Timing 2010” its second Biennale of Landscape Urbanism. With experimental architecture, art, design, site-specific installations, and landscape...

    09.15.10

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