Through 03.28.09
Dan Graham

Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery

Dan Graham is an artist who describes his work as a hybrid of sculpture and architecture. This exhibition will include six of Graham’s most recent pavilions including the latest Crazy Spheroid: Two Entrances 2009, as well as the stage set created for Japanther at Performa ’07.

Marian Goodman Gallery
24 West 57th Street, NYC


Through 04.25.09
A View from the Inside: NYSID Alumni Exhibition

Carol Tobin, R.Sole Sneaker Boutique, St. Louis, MO.

Photography by Ruggero Vanni, Vanni Archive

This exhibition brings together the designs of 20 alumni, hailing from China, Israel, Peru, South Africa, and the U.S., and represents longtime and recent graduates. Their designs — represented by photographs, renderings, digital displays, and free-standing prototypes — are for a range of residential and commercial projects, including private residences, offices, hotels, restaurants, and retail centers. Select projects include designs for the new headquarters of Moody’s Corporation by Becky Button (BFA 2001) of Swanke Hayden Connell Architects; Robert Kaner’s (AAS, 2002) designs for a 1930s art deco weekend and vacation home located just outside of South Beach, Miami; a six-level retail center in Shanghai, China, designed by Xi Ren (MFA 2006); and a sneaker boutique designed as a gallery space for R.sole in St. Louis, Missouri by Carol Tobin (BFA 1979) of Tobin + Parnes.

The Gallery of the New York School of Interior Design
170 East 70th Street, NYC


Through 05.01.09
Into the Opening: Positioning Space

Estudio Teddy Cruz, La Biennale di Venezia, 2008.

Ryan Reitbauer/Duggal Visual Solutions

This exhibition focuses on the increasing interest in civic engagement in American architectural practice, and examines the means by which a new generation of architects is reclaiming a role in shaping community and the built environment. It features 16 architectural groups who actively engage communities, responding to social and environmental issues, including shifting demographics, changing geo-political boundaries, uneven economic development, and the explosion of urban migration.

Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design
66 Fifth Avenue, NYC


Through 1.04.10, Three Exhibitions
Intersections: The Grand Concourse at 100

Intersections: The Grand Concourse at 100.

Photo credit goes here.

A visionary feat of 19th century city planning, the Grand Concourse flows through the Bronx from Van Cortland Park at the top to East 138th Street at the south. Inspired by the Champs Élysées in Paris and designed by Alsatian-born engineer Louis Risse, the famous thoroughfare was originally conceived in 1870 as a means of connecting the working class of Manhattan to the green parks of the north Bronx. One hundred years after its opening, The Bronx Museum of the Arts examines the past, present, and future of the Grand Concourse in a year-long, three-part centennial celebration. The three exhibitions comprising Intersections are: Intersections: The Grand Concourse at 100 (03.05.9 – 07.20.09); Intersections: The Grand Concourse Commissions (08.02.09 – 01.04.10); and Intersections: The Grand Concourse Beyond 100 (10.1.09 – 01.04.10).

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx