A fun new exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, that opened last week, offers a look at the versatility and creative opportunities that come with working with felt.
Rene Magritte’s Birthday! As well as the Largest Italian exhibition of his work to date!
Speaking on Friday (tomorrow), at 10:00 AM at the New School at Wollman Hall, 65 W 11th St., will be media artist Victoria Vesna. After doing a little more research I found her projects extremely interesting and I was actually surprised at myself that I had never heard of her prior to this circulating email … Continue reading Victoria Vesna Presents at Parsons the New School for Design
For those of you who have not yet seen it, the MoMA in NYC is providing the public a look at what great communication design really is. George Lois: The Esquire Covers exhibition is a collection of the most though provoking, controversial magazine covers designed by Lois. For anyone interested in the communication arts, or … Continue reading Confrontations with Esquire
Through January 4th visitors to the Whitney Museum of American Art can peer in on Corin Hewitt’s “Seed Stage”, a performance piece that exhibits the artist himself making the art that will populate the gallery walls.
The Cooper-Hewitt is featuring “Wall Stories: Children’s Wallpapers and Books” through April 5th, 2009. It is a collection that keeps us all in touch with fairy tales and the child within, and for those of us who can recall the nostalgia of having inspirational wallpaper in their rooms when they were growing up, or their favorite book to read…
Here in New York, Chinese contemporary artist Wu Jian’an is exhibiting his extraordinary, large-scale “paper-cut” installations. With his inspiration being channeled from Chinese folk art, more specifically Chinese mythology and the eerily beautiful shadow puppets, Wu Jian’an creates detailed and expressive pieces.