Monthly archives of “July 2015

Rodriguez Calero: Urban Martyrs and Latter Day Santos and Cut N’ Mix: Contemporary Collage at El Museo del Barrio, July 22 – October 17, 2015

Photographs by Corrado Serra. Rodriguez Calero: Urban Martyrs and Latter Day Santos: “The exhibition, curated by Alejandro Anreus, is a 30-year survey, focusing on Rodriguez Calero’s figurative work in the mediums of painting, collage, and photography. Rodríguez Calero’s aesthetic vision fuses figures of popular urban (hip hop) culture with Renaissance… Read More

Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, June 19 – January 3, 2016

“Heatherwick Studio’s imaginative approach to design has yielded an extraondinarily diverse body of work that defies easy categorization and eschews any notion of a signature style. Engaging in a collaborative iterative design process, the studio asks questions, poses provocations, tests ideas, and makes models and prototypes to arrive at… Read More

David Adjaye Selects: Works from the Permanent Collection at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, June 19 – February 14, 2016

“I have always been interested in the abstraction and range of techniques associated with African textiles,” Adjaye said. “This exhibition offers an exciting moment of engagement within the context of my architectural work. The textiles offer a fascinating narrative that references history, community, spirituality and… Read More