Architectural Competitions in America
for public buildings and monuments, corporate commissions and housing as well
as theoretical and student competitions. Through January 6 at Pratt Manhattan Gallery.
Drawings of rural landscapes,
farm buildings and domestic interiors. Through January 6 at Knoedler.
A transparent structure
by Siah Armajani. Through January 6 at Senior
Photographs of houses
by Richard Neutra. Through January 6 at Yancey
American Modern 1925-1940
Over 150 objects by a
first generation of industrial designers such as Dreyfuss, Loewy and Saarinen.
Through January 7 at the Museum of Modern Art.
Ruskin's Italy, Ruskin's England
drawings and writings by John Ruskin. Through January 7 at the Morgan Library.
MoMA 2000: Open Ends
An exhibit of the museum's
acquistitions since 1960 including objects of design and architecture, among
others. Through January 7 at the Museum
of Modern Art.
Works by Asymptote Architecture
and others. Through January 13 at Feigen Contemporary.
Photographs of sites and
monuments, including Hoover Dam and Louis Kahn's Salk Institute. Through
January 13 at Houk.
Defective Brick Project
Galia Solomonoff's project
explores the notion of imperfection and seriality by creating a model dwelling
using "defective" or non-standard building materials. Through January
13 at Artists Space.
Projects exploring the
evolving borders between new media, design, architecture, and art.
Through January 13 at Artists Space.
Photographs of Soviet
sanatoriums, Nazi resorts and UN headquarters. Through January 13 at
Drawings and photographs
of the artist's monumental land sculptures. Through January 16 at Sikkema.
The Big Dig
by Peter Vanderwarker documenting the construction of Boston's I-90 underground.
Through January 17 at The Urban Center/Architectural
League of New York.
Karin Appalonia Müller
Large scale color photographs
of urban Los Angeles. Through January 20 at Julie Saul.
An exhibit from all areas
of the mueums collection since the 1960s including architectural drawings
and models. Through January 20 at the Museum of Modern Art.
Eugene Atget: The Pioneer
of Paris by the influential modern master. Through January 21 at the
International Center of Photography.
Also a parallel exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York (see below).
Cass Gilbert: Inventing the Skyline
drawings and other materials from the Society's archives. Through January
21 at the New York Historical Society.
Drawings and design process
documents by the architect. Through January 21 at Max Protetch.
places from Barcelona's bas-fonds district. Through January 27 at Zabriskie.
Photographs of small,
isolated houses in the California desert. Through February 3 at Janet Borden.
Paitings of architectural
interiors on collaged surfaces. Through February 3 at Shainman.
A Portrait of Paris: Eugene Atget at
Images of Paris at the
turn of the last century. Through February 4 at the Museum of the City of New York.
Also a parallel exhibit at the International Center of Photography (see above).
Furnishing the Modern Era
Masterpieces of modern
furniture from the Vitra Design Museum. Through February 4 at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Photographs of urban landscapes
from Fresh Kills to Madison Avenue. Through February 10 at Kim Foster.
The architecture and engineering
of New York City's water supply in 400+ historic drawings maps and photographs.
Through February 10 at the Arthur H. Houghton
Jr Gallery, Copper Union.
Graphite drawings derived
from Freud's Vienna residence. Through February 24 at Metro Pictures.
Pinhole photographs made
in Cuba and New York. Through February 24 at Bonni
Paintings of Lower East
Side tenements and storefronts. Through February 24 at P.P.O.W.
The Draftman's Art: Master Drawings
from the National Gallery of Scotland
Drawings by Leonardo,
Raphael, Rubens, Blake, Ingres, Seurat and others. Through February
25 at the Frick Collection.
of sandblasted plexiglass accompanied by a musical score by the artist.
Through Februry 26 at Sara
Masters of the Camera
Photographs bt Bernd and
Hilla Becher. Through March 2 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Installations of arcitectural
forms. Through March 3 at Andrew Kreps.
Paintings on the territory
between public streets and private spaces. Through March 3 at Kathryn Markel.
Photographs and drawn
additions to Havana's crumbling building stock. Through March 4 at
the Bronx Museum of the
Space, Color and Clarity
Photographs of the architecture
of Luis Barragan by Rene Burri. Through March 9 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Images from the book Suburbia.
Through March 10 at Paul Morris Gallery.
New New York 2
2nd annual overview of
recent architecture in New York City. Through March 14 at the Architectural League of New York.
Housing New York: Ed Logue and his
Projects by the Urban
Development Corporation from 1968 to 1975. Through March 14 at the Architectural League of New York.
A map of the five boroughs
achieved by interlacing aerial photographs with geographic information about
the city's surface and subsurface features. Through March 17 at Hunter
College's Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery. Information will
be on-line this fall at http://www.nyc.gov.
Video, sculpture digital
prints and architectural drawings. Through March 17 at Artists Space.
The Opulent Eye of Alexander Girard
Textiles, furniture and
tableware from the Mid-20th Century Designer. Through March 18 at the
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Selections from the Collection
Fonds Regional d'Art Contemporain du Centre, Orleans, France. Through
March 17 at the Thread Waxing Space
and Storefront for Art and Architecture,
through March 21 at Pratt Institute, Rubelle
and Norman Schafler Gallery.
Paintings that focus on
the interaction between the natural and man-made. Through March 24 at
Photographs of cityscapes
and construction zones including New York, Brazil and islands built by the
Dutch government. Through March 24 at D'Amelio
Silver gelatin prints
depicting views of European palace interiors. Through March 31 at Winston
The architecture and living
conditions of nomadic life. Through April 7 at the School of Visual Arts.
Reflections of New York 2001
Recent watercolors by
Alexander Creswell of the NY Public Library, Bethesda Fountain and other
New York City Landmarks. Through April 14 at Hirschl & Alder.
Project for a New Guggenheim
Proposal by Frank Gehry
for a new building in Lower Manhattan. Through April 21 at the Guggenheim.
Compositions in oil paint
suggesting scaffolding, buildings under construction, street maps and architectural
renderings. Through April 28 at D'Amelio
Photographs of New
York, Chicago and Connecticut. Through April 28 at Robert Mann.
Hugo Boss Prize 2000: Marjetica Potrc
the urban condition. Thorugh April 29 at the Guggenheim.
Made in Oakland
The furniture of Gary
Know Bennett. Through April 29 at the American Crafts Museum.
Through May 4 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
UTAP/Assiting Urban Regeneration
Through May 4 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Marcel Duchamp on Display: Optics,
Exhibition and Portable Museums.
An exhibit on the artist's
occupation with all matters of display, including a project for a collapsible
museum-in-a-box. Through May 5 at Zabriskie.
New sculptures, architectural
models and drawings. Through May 5 at Barbara
The future of the workplace
on laptops and cell phones. Through May 8 at the Museum of Modern Art.
An installation that interacts
with the gallery's architecture and light. Through May 12 at Caren
A weblike space leading
to a form that pours through a wall opening. Through May 12 at Bonakdar Jancou.
Penn Station / Grand Central Station
Photographs by Peter Moore
documenting the demolition of Penn Station in 1966 and recently discovered
photographs by Eben Robinson of the construction of Grand Central Station.
Through May 12 at DeLellis.
Mark Power / Lewis Baltz
Photos of the Millennium
Dome / Selections from "New Industrial Parks" and "Park City." Through
May 12 at Richardson.
Abstract paintings with
forms drawn from commonplace architecture and design. Through May 12
A retroactive master plan
for Silicon Valley by Kadambari Baxi and Reinhold Martin. Through May
12 at Artists Space.
Photographs of vast spaces
including stadiums, stock exchanges and factories. Through May 15 at
the Museum of Modern Art.
documenting the physical and historic layers of public buildings. Through
May 15 at Sonnabend.
of two rooms that can been seen through peepholes on the outside walls.
Through May 19 at Silerstein.
Photographs of New York
places made with long exposures in the dead of night. Through May 20
at the New York Historical Society.
Gio Ponti: A Metaphysical World
Furniture, sculpture and
drawings by the Italian designer and founder of Domus magazine. Through
May 20 at the Queens
Museum of Art.
Photographs of abandonded
houses. Through May 24 at Stark.
Cement sculptures shaped
like houses. Through May 26 at Foster.
inspired by rock gardens of Japan. Through May 26 at Foster.
John Moore: Near and Far
Paintings of suburban
landscapes or cityscapes as seen through a window. Through June 1 at
After the Diagram
Work by Diller + Scofidio
and others. Through June 2 at White
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Photographs of industrial
buildings taken by the German husband-and-wife team. Through June 2
Paintings of imaginary
airports at night. Through June 2 at 123 Watts.
Formations of Erasure: Earthworks and
A photogrpahic display
about earthworks (land art) and the sculpting forces of erosion. Through
June 2 at Storefront for Art and
of cityscapes in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Hanoi. Through June 2 at Feingen.
Living Heritage: Vernacular Environment
architectural components depicting living environment and everyday living
patterns in traditional China. Through June 10 at the China Institute Gallery.
Out of Time: Designs for the 20th Century
The past century through
visions of the future including modes of transport, fantastic architecture
and human settlement in space in projects dating from 1889 through 1961.
Through June 10 at the New York Historical
A sculpture of the yard
where the artist spent his early childhood. Through June 15 at Marcello
Monotypes from the 1940s-1960s
by the sculptor and furniture designer. Through June 15 at Kennedy.
Photographs of large-scale
architectural models built by the photographer. Through June 16 at Sean Kelly.
Photographs produced over
a period of two years in Angkor Wat, the legendary temple complex built in
the 12th century in what is now northwestern Cambodia. Through June
16 at Sepia International Gallery.
Jorge Pardo: Project
Transformation of the
Dia Center's ground floor with multi-colored ceramic tiles, murals, glass
and daylight. Through June 17 at the Dia Center.
Tibet: Mountains and Valleys, Castles
An exhibit exploring Tibetan
culture with artifacts and documentary materials. Through June 22 at
Vintage photographs of
early modernist architecture. Through June 23 at Meyerowitz.
Annual exhibition of the
Architectural League of New York's Young Architects Forum. Through June
27 at the Architectural
League of New York.
Paintings of skylights,
chimneys and other enclosures common to New York City. Through June
26 at Earl McGrath.
Paintings of the rooftops
of Jaffa. Through June 26 at Salander-O'Reilly.
Paintings depicting the
clash between urbanization and nature. Through July 3 at Bridgewater/Lustberg
photographs depicting cityscapes against natural landscapes. Through
July 7 at Von Lintel
Aluminum by Design: Jewelry to Jets
Tracing the soft metal's
evolution of use from the mid-1800s until today. Through July 15 at
the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Frank Llyod Wright and the Art of Japan
Works of art and objects
collected by the architect. Through July 15 at the Japan Society.
Fresh Kills: The Photographs
Photographs of the 2,200
acre Staten Island landfill scheduled for closure this year. Through
July 21 at the Municipal Arts Society.
Utopia: The Search for the Ideal Society
in the Western World
An exhibit developed in
conjunction with the Bibliotheque National which examines the ideal of a
perfect society from the Garden of Eden to Disney. Through July 27
at the New York Public Library.
Proofs for covers, photos
and other works by Dutch designers for the magazine's run between 1918 and
1932. Through July 27 at Ubu.
Karin F. Giusti
A modular greenhouse in
the shape of the White House. Through July 28 at Nikolai.
Mies van der Rohe and Louis Kahn
Drawings, sketches and
models by the two architects. Through July 31 at Max Protetch.
The Programmable City
An analysis of building
codes and their affect upon design and the built environment. Through
August 25 at Storefront.
Frank Gehry: Architect
A retrospective of drawings,
models and constructed projects. Through August 26 at the Guggenheim.
Leaded glass windows of
Frank Llyod Wright. Through September 2 at the American Craft Museum.
Cut and folded recreations
of world monuments. Through September 2 at the American Craft Museum.
Against the Storm
Photographs of American
lighthouses and their keepers commisioned by the US Coast Guard Fire District
between 1871 and 1953. Through September 2 at the New York Historical Society.
A history of Bronx Parks
from 1888-2001. Through September 6 at the Arsenal.
Mies in Berlin
30 designs by Mies van
der Rohe completed between 1905 and 1938. Through September 11 at the
Museum of Modern Art.
An exhibition of the architect's
New York proposal and other residential projects. Through September
16 at the Guggenheim.
Photographs of ancient
Mayan sites from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Through September
19 at Throckmorton.
Mies in America
A review of Ludwig Mies
van der Rohe's architectural projects for sites in North America. Though
September 23 at the Whitney.
Four visionary proposals
for an oceanfront development in the Rockaways. Through September 29
at the Architectural League of New York.
A tropical climate built
in the museum's outdoor space for climate, activity and relaxation, designed
by Lindy Roy as part of the MoMA/PS1 Young Architects Program. Through
September at P.S.1.
A public installation
by Teresita Fernandez of a maze of translucent plastic. Through the
summer at Madison
A public installation
by Tobias Rehbergar of a Japanese garden where it will snow all summer.
Through the summer at Madison Square Park.
The Democratic Monument in America
On the issue of building
monuments in America. Through October 3 at Parsons School of Design.
New paintings of architectural
elements from Italian Romanesque basilicas. Through October 6 at Graham.
of cathedrals and modern building facades by the Munich-based artist.
Through October 6 at Von Lintel
(opens September 20)
Competition entries by
13 international firms for the design of a museum of new media in New York
City. Through October 11 at Eyebeam.
On Movers and Shapers
An analysis of design
in Arizona and the Sonoran desert by Ines Schaber and Jörg Stollmann.
Through October 13 at Storefront
for Art and Architecture.
Rooms with a View: Landscape and Wallpaper
A survey of 300 years
of landscape design in wallpaper. Through October 14 at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.
Notes on Almost Nothing
Mies van der Rohe's Haus
Lange and Haus Esters. Through October 22 at Columbia University, Avery Hall.
Sacred Places India
Large format platinum/palladium
photographs of temples and holy sites in Ladakh and throughout India by Kenro
Izu. Images accompanied by a selection of 19th and early 20th century
prints. Through October 25 at Sepia International.
Architecture + Water
Projects located on the
water including work by Steven Holl and Diller-Scofidio's Blur Building.
Through October 26 at the Van Alen Institute.
Paintings of stadiums
that reduce them to basic architectural elements. Through October 27
at Marcus Ritter.
An exhibition of modern
British design including architecture, graphics, products, fashion and more.
Through October 28 at Grand
Video documentation of
Broadway from 228th Street to Wall Street as seen from a taxi. Through
November 1 at Rodgers/9W.
Images of streets and
architecture inspired by John Ruskin's autobiography, Praeterita.
Through November 3 at Lawrence
Small paintings in which
semi-grids morph into architecture and landsape. Through November 11
Calder's Monumental Sculpture
Eighteen large-scale pieces
by Alexander Calder, some exhibited for the first time. Through November
15 at Storm King Art Center.
Lost New York in Old Postcards
Views of the city in 170+
postcards, most from the early 20th century. Through November 25 at
the Museum of the City of New York.
An exhibit of the lights,
furniture and products of the Danish designer. Through December 7 at
R 20th Century Gallery.
Nightscapes and Glass Buildings
Photographs by Erieta
Attali. Through December 14 at Columbia University, Avery Hall.
A project by Toyo Ito,
photographed by Naoya Hatakeyama. Through December 14 at Columbia University, Avery Hall.
Photographs of the New
York City skyline, including the World Trade Center, made from the
photographer's former studio at West 19th Street. Through December
15 at Joel Meyerowitz Photography.
Transforming the Landscape: Bushwick,
A model, consensus-based
process to guide the sustainable redevelopment of the former Rheingold brewery
brownfield site in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Through December 15 at the Municipal Arts Society.
Along the Nile: Early Photographs of
Some of the earliest camera
images of Egypt's landscapes and monuments. Through December 20 at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Drawings of parking lots
and ports of entry. through December 21 at Elizabeth
of gas stations and discount store parking lots along Hypoluxo Road, a strip
in south Florida. Through December 22 at Brent Sikkema.
Photographs of German
home interiors decorated with panoramic photographic wallpaper. Through
December 22 at Christinerose.
Construction of the Paris Opera
Photographs by Delmaet
& Durandelle made of the building's construction between 1864 and 1869.
Through December 30 at the International Center