Center for Architecture Gallery Hours and Location
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-8:00pm, Saturday: 11:00am-5:00pm, Sunday: CLOSED
536 LaGuardia Place, Between Bleecker and West 3rd Streets in Greenwich Village, NYC, 212-683-0023


Sunny Memories


On view May 13 — June 5

Design Awards


On view April 15 — July 3, 2010.

Through 06.26.10
Cooper Union End of Year Show


Cooper Union End of Year Show.

Sara Jones

The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture is exhibiting student works that explores the role of architecture in contemporary culture and society through conceptual and scaled drawings, detailed three-dimensional models, and digital renderings. Proposals range from new projects in NYC to sites in Haiti, Israel, Iran, and elsewhere.

Cooper Union Foundation Building
7 East 7th Street, NYC

Through 07.26.10
Bruno Cals: Horizons


Safra, Digital C-Print.

Courtesy 1500 Gallery

Six architectural photographs by Brazilian photographer Bruno Cals feature images of buildings in São Paulo, Tokyo, and Buenos Aires that explore the limits of two-dimensionality. Cals invokes contrasting themes of possibility versus impossibility, presence versus emptiness, and search versus satisfaction.

1500 Gallery
511 w 25th St. #607, NYC

Through 08.01.10
Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey


Plaster model of Villa Rotonda.

Model by Timothy Richards, Bath, England

A collection of 31 rarely seen drawings by Palladio from the collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects Trust, together with architectural texts and pattern books, highlight the growth of his design sensibility. Early studies and sketches as well as later drawings of villas and other commissioned works are on display. Detailed architectural models, showcasing Palladio’s architectural influence in America, most notably in the work of Thomas Jefferson and in designs for monumental buildings in Washington, DC, are also on view.

Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue, NYC

Through 08.15.10
Antony Gormley: Event Horizon


Event Horizon.

James Ewing

Thirty-one life-size body forms of the artist cast in iron and fiberglass inhabit the pathways and sidewalks of Madison Square Park and the rooftops of buildings in the Flatiron District.

Mad. Sq. Art.
Madison Square Park, NYC