03.02.10 – 03.08.10
TIMESSQUAREARTS

AlexNasdaq

“Black Sun” by Alexandre Arrechea. Illustration by Arrechea. Ten-minute animation of wrecking ball bouncing of the building. Video runs on NASDAQ screen at 11:50 PM.

Times Square Alliance

As part of the Public Art Program of the Times Square Alliance, several installations will grace Times Square, including: Sofia MalDonado’s “42nd Street Mural,” a 92 x 12 foot mural mounted on a construction fence (through 04.30.10); Alexandre Arrechea’s “Black Sun,” a 10-minute animation of a wrecking ball on the giant NASDAQ screen; and David Ellis and Roberto Lange’s Kinetic Sound Sculpture, a pile of real trash that moves and make sounds.

Times Square Alliance

Times Square, NYC


Through 03.20.10
Olafur Eliasson

Eliasson

Multiple shadow house (2010). Wood, metal, fabric, spotlights, color filter glass, halogen bulb, projection foil and transparent projection foil. Installation view Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, NY, 02.11-03.20.10.

Photo by Jean Vong, courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

This exhibition consists of a series of rooms, each lit with a bank of lights. The individual lights are different colors, but they create white light when blended on a single wall. As visitors walk in front and block the light sources, colored shadows are revealed.

Tonya Bonakdar Gallery
521 West 21st Street, NYC


Through 03.27.10
Konstantinos Stamatiou: Refused Reused

AIRBOX

Konstantinos Stamatiou

An installation, collages, and light boxes made from non-traditional materials create a multilayered labyrinth of social issues and various forms of physical interaction between the art and the viewer.

Black and White Gallery
636 West 28th Street, NYC


Through 04.04.10
Design USA: Contemporary Innovation

method1

LTL. Fluff Bakery, New York, NY, 2004.

Michael Moran

Celebrating the winners honored during the first 10 years of the National Design Awards, this exhibition features the work of the more than 75 award winners for outstanding contemporary achievements in architecture, landscape, interiors, product design, communication design, corporate design, interactive design, and fashion.

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
2 East 91st Street, NYC