Photographs made between
1910 and 1913 of the Zone Militare outside Paris. Through January 5
Documetation of the
High Line on Manhattan's West Side. Through January 5 at Pace/MacGill.
A Century of Design, Part IV
Objects by Tadao Ando,
Sir Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Robert Venturi and others. Though
January 6 at the Metropolitan Museum
Glass of the Avante-Garde
A sampling of glass
from the early 20th century ranging from Secessionist vases to Bauhaus glassware.
Through January 6 at the Cooper-Hewitt,
National Design Museum.
Vital Forms: American Art and Design
in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960
An exhibit following
the developent of imagery in the arts, architecture and design in the years
following World War II. Through January 6 at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Paintings with compositions
based upon airport terminals, TV screens, planes and stadiums. Through
January 12 at Bonakdar.
The Architecture of the American Craft
Models and documentation
for the new building by Tod Williams/Billie Tsien. Through January
13 at the Museum of American Folk
Arverne: Housing on the Edge
Four visions for the
renewal of the housing development in Far Rockaway, Queens. Through
January 16 at Urban
Queens Museum of Art
Through January 16 at the Urban Center Galleries.
Project #74: Ricci Albenda
Transformation of the
museum's lower level using computer imaging technology, reflecting the artist's
interests in architecture, graphic design, and physics. Through January
22 at the Museum of Modern Art.
Paintings based upon
the industrial and waterfront regions of Manhattan amd Brooklyn. Through
January 24 at George Adams.
Above New York
An exhibition of aerial
photographs of New York City by Robert Cameron. Through January 30
at the Municipal Arts Society.
Knots and Surfaces
A large-scale multiprojector
installation by Diana Thater that interacts with the architecture of the
3rd Floor Gallery. Through January 30 at Dia Center.
Exhibition of Lebbeus
Woods' study of the destructive and transformative effects of war and rapid
social change on the built environment. Through February 1 at the
Fresh Kills: Artists Respond to the
Closure of the Staten Island Landfill
19 artists explore the
history and imapct of Fresh Kills. Through February 10 at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
A New World Trade Center
Sketches and proposals
for the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. Through February 17
at Max Protetch.
September 11 by Magnum Photographers
Photographs and documentation
of the events of September 11. Through February 25 at the New York Historical Society.
Paintings and views
of Lower Manhattan based upon photographs from the World Trade Center.
Through February 28 at Perlow.
Drawings based upon
the facades of hotels in Germany. Through March 2 at Paul Morris.
Paintings of New York
City including the artist's vision of the WTC attack as seen from her studio.
Through March 2 at Pelavin.
of Wall Street in the 1950's. Through March 2 at de
Paintings of vacant
lobbies, auditorium, and semi-public spaces. Through March 2 at Boone.
Russel Wright: Creating American Lifestyle
American designer of
modern dinnerware, furniture, buildings, landscapes and author of Guide
to Easier Living. Through March 10 at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.
Building as Site: Performing the Kitchen
Works from two Harvard
Graduate School of Design architectural studios that propose radical renovations
for The Kitchen’s 13,500 square foot building and performance space.
Through March 22 at the Kitchen.
Blandscape and Photage
A photographic series
of existing and implied landscape forms by photographer Patrick Meagher.
Through March 30 at Riva
Color photographs documenting
the ongoing reconstruction of Berlin. Through March 30 at Sean Kelly.
Time to Consider
Artist's poster responses
to September 11. On view throughout the city and timetoconsider.org.
Visual and written contributions
on 8.5"x11" paper by over 900 persons with responses to September 11.
Through March 30 at Exit Art.
Renewing, Rebuilding, Remembering
projects in Berlin, Beirut, Oklahoma City, Kobe and Manchester. Through
April 12 at the Van Alen Institute.
Tribute in Light
Projected shafts of
light installed as a temporary memorial to September 11 and the WTC.
from dusk until 11pm through April 13.
WTC plaza bronze
sculpture by Fritz Koenig, damaged on September 11. Reinstalled
Park until a permanent location is determined.
Architects of the Academy
and photographs by members who are or were members of the National Design
Academy, including Cass Gilbert, Nathaniel Owings, Edward Durrell Stone
and I.M. Pei. Through April 14 at the National Academy of Design.
Paintings that depict
enlongated or widened views of Vermeer's paintings but without figures or
furniture. Through April 20 at Pavel
paintings of invented interior spaces. Through April 20 at Galerie LeLong.
Documentation of the
daily happenings in Berlin by Megan Sullivan over a one-year period.
Through April 20 at Storefront fot
Art and Architecture.
Photographs of the interior
of houses in Cuba. Through April 27 at Cohan
Leslie and Browne.
Reclaiming the Western American Landscape
Through May 3 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Photographs by Bevan
Davies. Through May 3 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
of digitally rendered architectural interiors. Through May 4 at Andrea Rosen.
Clarence John Laughlin
Photographs of Lousiana
plantation houses from the 1948 book Ghosts Along the Mississippi.
Through May 4 at Robert Miller.
A sculpture representing
the case study of houses created by untrained student architects from Tilonia,
India. Through May 4 at Max Protetch.
The conception, desing
and construction of the World Trade Center, including the only extant model
by Yamasaki Associates. Through May 5 at the New York Historical Society.
Beyond the Box
Mid-century modern architecture
from Miami and New York. Through May 8 at the Municipal Arts Society.
The work of Jean Prouvé.
Through May 10 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Satellite of Love
Japanese Love Hotels.
Through May 10 at Avery
Hall, Columbia University.
Whereabouts: New Architecture with
Examples of architecture
from the North, South, East and West United States including work by Shim
Sutcliff, Rick Joy, Weslet Wei and Kuth Ranieri. Through May 10 at
Popular modernism in
New York and Miami, including the Fountainebleu Hotel and TWA Terminal.
Through May 10 at the Municipal Arts Society.
Photographic works from
the "Pleasure Ground Series" depicting interior sports facilities, tanning
salons and fantast motels. Through May 11 at Rodgers/9W.
Color pinhole photographs
of houses in landscapes. Through May 18 at Bateman
Ron Shuebrook / Charles Hewlings
drawings and open-form wood and steel sculputures. Through May 18
at the New York Studio School.
Project #73: Seeing Yourself Sensing
Installation by Olafur
Eliasson at the garden wall which investigates sensory perception in relationship
to architecture, more specifically the dialogue between inside and outside.
Through May 21 at the Museum of Modern Art.
Intimately scaled paintings
that romanticize strip malls, parking lots, motels and other babnlities of
the suburban landscape. Through May 25 at Kimberly
Sculpture series cast
from everyday objects, these of artist Rachel Whiteread's house and studio.
Through June 5 at the Guggenheim.
incorporating numerous views of an architectural site into a new whole.
Through June 14 at Senior &
Photographs of ad hoc
vernacular architecture and monuments. Through June 15 at Silverstein.
of the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. Through June 15 at Marian Goodman.
Utopia & Reality: Modernity in
A survey of Swedish
art and culture from the first half of the century. Through June 16
at the Bard Graduate Center.
Elaborate box constructions
of famous and anonymous interiors. Through June 21 at Forum.
Photographs of hotels
rooms that guest have recently departed. Through June 22 at Lennon Weinberg.
A digital animation
project by Sven Pahlsson analyzing the growth of suburban housing and the
American Dream. Through June 22 at Spencer
Material and Process
Projects from the annual
Young Architects Forum. Through June 25 at the Architectural League of New York.
Louis I Kahn
drawings and other travel sketches. Through June 28 at Salander-O'Reilly Gallery.
Paintings of domestic
interiors from southern France. Through June 29 at Fischbach.
A centennial exhibit
of the architect's birth featuring letters, project files, photographs and
other material. Through June 29 at the Smithsonian
Intitution Archives of American Art, Paine Webber Building.
Photographs of dilapidated
architectural sites in Europe, Asia and the US. Through June 29 at
A proposal for a 480
acre array of piezoelectric sheets floating off the coast of California.
Through June 29 at Storefront for
Art and Architecture.
Designing the Future: The Queens Museum
of Art and the New York City Building
A chronical of the history
of the building and finalists from the recent competition to expand the facility.
Through July 7 at the Queens Museum
Iris prints and plasma
screen virtual objects by Asyptote. Through July 12 at Visionaire.
The Bazaars of the Old Levant
Photographs by Alison
Brabley of markets and trading posts of the Middle East, bordering on Africa
and Asia. Through July 13 at Sepia
India Inside Out
Photographs of Indian
and Nepali interiors and exteriors by Martin Brading. Through July
13 at Sepia International.
A veteran artist of
PS1's "Greater New York" depicts visions of apartments and domestic buildings
carved from butter, donuts and other oddities. Through July 13 at Adam Baumgold.
Images of the interior
spaces of large abandoned buildings. Through July 13 at Sepia International.
Photographs of architectural
spaces of all kinds by Fletcher, Graham, Höfer, Nauman, Pearlman, Pilson,
Wallace. Through July 19 at Nicole Klagsbrun.
TransModernity: Austrian Architects
Three leading Austrian
architectural teams from the generation under 50: henke und schreieck, Jabornegg
& Palffy, and Riegler Riewe. Through August 12 at the Austrian Cultural Forum.
Banaras: The Luminous City
Highlights of the historical,
religious and cultural significance of the ancient India city including photographs
and multi-media presentations. Through August 18 at the Asia Society.
New York, New York
Sixty works from the
Museum’s collection surveys photography in New York City from the era of
the daguerreotype to the 1970s. Through August 25 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Building on the Flatiron 1902-2002
prints and souvenirs celebrating the building. Through September 1
at the New York Historical Society.
New York: Capitol of Photography
Images of the city made
over the past 100 years. Through September 9 at the Jewish Museum.
Colorful paintings suggestive
of tilework by an artist who was chief architect of the Public Transit Commission,
1906-1942. Through September 14 at Shepherd
Me, Myself & Infrastructure
Commemoration of the
150th anniversary of the American Society of Civil Enginners. Through
September 15 at the New York Historical
Skin: Surface, Substance and Design
The role of "skin" as
outer surface and form including work by Greg Lynn, Petra Blaisse, Morphosis
and Marcel Wanders. Through September 15 at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.
The Last Days of Penn Station, Photographs
by Aaron Rose
the demolition of Penn Station shot between 1963 and 1966 but only recently
printed. Through October 6 at the Museum
of the City of New York.
Paintings of suburban
and urban Philadelphia. Through October 12 at Lennon
structures, part racetrack, part architecture. Through October 12 at
Highlights of Manhattan: The Drawings
of E.H. Suydam
Graphite drawings of
New York City made in the 1920's to illustrate a travel book. Through
October 12 at the Museum of the City of New
Violet paintings of
futuristic skylines. Through October 12 at Sara Meltzer.
of famous towers. Through October 12 at Sara Meltzer.
Out of Site
spaces is a variety of media by 16 emerging artists. Through October
13 at the New Museum of Contemporary
Photographs by Warren
Neidich of reflections from a Los Angeles building. Through October
13 at Storefront for Art and Architecture.
Booming Out: Mohawk Ironworkers Build
Photographs from the
past 100 years showing Mohawk workers involved in the construction of New
York's most significant buildings. Through October 15 at the National Museum of the American Indian.
An interactive digital
environment by the Dutch architect. Through October 19 at Frederieke Taylor.
Perfect Acts of Architecture
Drawings by Eisenman,
Koolhaas, Libeskind, Mayne and Tschumi. Through October 19 at AXA Gallery.
Twin Towers Remembered
Photographs by Camilo
Jose Vergaro made over a period of 31 years. Through October 20 at
the New York Historical Society.
Beyond Ground Zero: the Forensic Science
of Disaster Recovery
Images by photojournalist
Richard Press. Through October 20 at the New York Historical Society.
In the Light of Memory: a Spherical
Panorama from the South Tower
Painting by Christopher
Evans made in January 2001. Through October 20 at the New York Historical Society.
Outdoor sculptures by
architects, artists and designers on the DUMBO waterfront. Through
October 27 on Water Street, Brooklyn and supported by Creative Time.
30 gelatin silver prints
from 1907 to 1954 of Harlem landmarks and other subjects. Through November
2 at Michael Rosenfeld.
An exhibition celebrating
the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Danish designer. Through
November 9 at Scandinavia House.
Paintings by Markus
Lupertz inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Through November
16 at Knoedler.
55 Water Street
Design competition entries
to redesign the elevated public plaza of 55 Water Street in Lower Manhattan.
Through November 29 at the Municipal Arts Society.
New New York 3
Noteworthy new buildings
in NYC. Through December 2 at the Architectural League of New York.
Roger Ferri: Architectural Visionary
Through December 21
at the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Schermerhorn Hall, Columbia University.