Through 04.11.09
Transformations

SVA’s fourth-year student Margarida Ambar’s work in “Transformations.”

Courtesy School of Visual Arts

Showcasing work by 80 students in the School of Visual Arts’ BFA Interior Design department, the exhibition is installed in a “gallery within a gallery” curated, created, and built by students in the Design/Build course, under faculty member Illya Azaroff, AIA. The design acts as both installation and container for 2-D and 3-D work.

School of Visual Arts Westside Gallery
133/141 West 21st Street, NYC


Through 04.18.09
Shovel Ready

Shovel Ready (left); 49 Cities (right).

Parsons The New School for Design

This exhibition features the work of emerging firm, WORKac including: Diane von Furstenberg HQ in the Meatpacking district; proposal for the Kew Gardens Library in Queens; The Green Belt City competition for Las Vegas; and a tower in Lower Manhattan.

Parsons The New School for Design
25 East 13 Street, 2nd Floor, NYC

04.14.09 through 05.30.09
49 Cities

WORKac’s second exhibition crunches the numbers of several centuries of unrealized urbanism, from the Roman city to utopian projects of the 20th century. Through plans, sections, diagrams, charts, and scale drawings, 49 cities are observed statistically and presented in a comparative study.

Storefront for Art and Architecture
97 Kenmare Street, NYC


Through 06.12.09
Material ConneXion Presents work by Neal Small

Red Floor Lamp by Neal Small.

Material ConneXion

Material ConneXion celebrates the opening of its NYC headquarters with the first retrospective of work by American designer Neal Small, renowned for his use of materials such as Plexiglas and Lucite to create furniture, lighting, home accessories, and sculpture.

Material ConneXion Showroom
60 Madison Avenue, 2nd Floor, NYC


Opens 04.22.09
Translucent Home

Translucent Home.

Ann Reichlin

A site-specific work by Ithaca-based artist Ann Reichlin is built in relationship to the remaining foundation of a demolished house. Mimicking the size and volume of the former dwelling, the sculpture is constructed from square steel tube, angle iron, reinforcement rod, translucent steel mesh, and debris netting.

Sculpture Space
914 Whitesboro Street, Utica, NY