New New York 3
Significant new buildings in New York City, focusing
on small civic projects. Through January 2 at the Architectural League of New York.
Outer City, Inner Space
conceptual sculptures by Teresita Fernandez, Stephen Hendee and Esther
Partegras. Through January 3 at the Whitney at
Sanctuaries: The Last Works of John
Drawings and models
by the architect who was Dean of Cooper Union for 25 years. Through
January 5 at the Whitney.
The Changing of the Avante-Garde: Visionary
Drawings from the Howard Gilman Collection
Over 100 architectural
drawings from the 1920s through 1970s including work by Rem Koolhaas, Cedric
Price, Arata Isozaki, Ettore Sottsass, Buckminster Fuller and Aldo Rossi.
Through January 6 at MoMA QNS.
Outer City, Inner Space:
Teresita Fernandez, Stephen Hendee and Esther Partegas
Sculptural works by artists who explore architectural
and conceptual space. Through January 10 at the Whitney Museum of Art at Philip Morris.
Recent architectural sculptures. Through January
11 at Senior &
Constructions and starkly rendered drawings on found
paper of the houses, barns and landscapes surrounding the artist's home
in Idaho. Through January 18 at Knoedler.
Ideas for a Mobile HIV Clinic
Photographs of architecture in and around St Petersburg.
Through January 25 at Yancey Richardson.
125 schemes for a mobile clinic. Through January
31 at the Van Alen Institute.
Photographs from historical sites in Israel. Through
February 1 at CRG.
2D and 3D compositions of invented architectural universes,
invented from masonite and magazine clippings. Through February
1 at Gorney, Bravin + Lee.
Degrees of Latitude: Maps of America
from the Colinial Williamsburg Collection
Center Design Proposals
72 historic maps and atlases. Through February
2 at the New York Historical
proposals by Foster and Partners; Studio Daniel Libeskind<; Richard
Meier, Peter Eisenman, Charles Gwathmey, and Steven Holl; Peterson/Littenberg;
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill; Think; and United Architects.
Through February 2 at the Winter Garden.
Antonio Gaudi in contemporary photography. Through
February 7 at the City
University of New York.
Large-format photographs of oil fields. Through
February 8 at Cowles.
Cultivated Landscapes: Reflections
of Nature in Chinese Painting
Bernd and Hilla Becher
of Chinese landscape painting, imagery and meaning. Through February
9 at the Metropolitan Museum
Recent photographs of industrial landscapes. Through
February 15 at Sonnabend.
Photographs of empty Italian and Italianate opera houses. Through
February 15 at Feigen.
A study exhibition of the World Trade Center Site proposals. Through
February 21 at the Architectural League
of New York.
Black and white images of buildings in Havana, New Yrok, Toronto and
Toledo. Through February 22 at Meyerowitz.
LeCorbusier Before LeCorbusier
Works made between 1907 and 1922 of early paintings
and photography that show LeCorbusier move towards architecture and
design. Through February 23 at the Bard Graduate Center.
Brooklyn Public Library Competition
the four finalists: Jean Nouvel, Huff + Gooden, Rafael Viñoly,
and Enrique Norten. Through February 24 at the Architectural League of New York.
A group exhibition
of local and international sculptors who appropriate architectural techniques
such as perspective, spatial manipulation and urban planning.
Through February 2003 at P.S.1.
Hotels for Global Nomads
Vintage photographs of lower Manhattan made from 1900
to 1960. Through March 1 at Banning.
and landmark hotels that have influenced design and social customs, including
Jean Nuvel, Diller + Scofidio and Frank Llyod Wright. Through
March 2 at the Cooper-Hewitt National
Philip Johnson's Glass House
Photographs by Michael Moran. Through March 14 at
Columbia University, Avery
Samadhi: The Contemplation
Works by 12 artists with projects suggestive of spatial
openness. Through March 15 at the Chelsea Art Museum.
Furniture by the architect and designer. Through March
22 at Sonnabend.
Large fromat photographs of construction sites, military
facilities and landfills. Through March 29 at Klotz/Sirmon.
A Civilian Occupation
A documentation and study of recent Israeli architecture
and its political development. Through March 30 at Storefront for Art and Architecture.
The Croton Aqueduct
Illustrations, ink drawings, prints and letters by
Fayette B. Tower on the aqueduct's construction. Through April 6
at the Museum of the City of New York.
Paul Rudolph: The Florida
April 18 at Columbia University,
The Swiss Section
of the innovative Swiss approach to the design of cities, space
and infrastructure. Through April 23 at the Van Alen Institute.
Color photographs of New York interiors including
the University Club, the Metropolitan Club and the New York Bar Association.
Through April 26 at Borden.
Photographs of the effects of post-WWII reconstruction
policies on German towns. Through April 26 at Sterilemind.
From NYC's design schools, the exhibition collects
items shaping of the future of design and the environment, from a coat made
from recycled plastics to a room divider designed from film canisters. Through
April 29 at the Municipal Art Society.
Color photographs of Bombay film studios, the UN
headqaurters, USSR space facilities and other interiors. Through May
3 at Senior & Shopmaker.
The Morgan Library: The
Renzo Piano Project
Models and plans for the renovation and expansion of the
Morgan Library. Through May 4 at the Morgan Library.
City of Darkness: Life
in Kowloon Walled City
May 5 at Columbia University, Avery
Perriand, Leger, Jenneret, Styrsky
from the 1930's collected an/or made by Charlotte Perriand, Fernard Leger,
Pierre Jenneret and Jindrich Styrsky. Through May 10 at Banning.
Photographs exploring the relation between interior
and exterior. Through May 17 at Winston
A retrospective of the German artist's large-scale photographs
of city streets in the United States and Europe. Through May 18 at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Scanning: The Aberrant
Architecture of Diller+Scofidio
The first museum retrospective of the husband-and-wife
architecture team. Through June 1 at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Commercial / Residential
40 photographs by Robert Adams from the 1968-72 showing
the evolution of public and private space in the American West. Through
June 14 at Roth Horowitz.
Color photographs of aging structures in Chernobyl
and demolition of traditional neighborhoods in non-Western countries. Through
June 14 at Pace/MacGill.