1 December 2022
Events, Lectures, Fairs + Conferences
The 1950s and early 1960s – in the midst of the German “economic miracle” when the Indonesian students featured in Dipl.-Ing. Arsitek were studying architecture in Berlin – were characterized by a belief in the promises of modernity: technological...
to 3 December 2022
Curated exclusively for the Western Gallery by Dakin Hart, Senior Curator at The Noguchi Museum in New York, the exhibition brings Noguchi’s skyviewing sculptures together for the first time. Skyviewing was an important theme in Noguchi’s art, but it...
6 December 2022
New York, NY
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is currently undertaking the renovation of one quarter of its gallery system. This fall, The Met will invite the three architects leading these distinct projects to participate in MetSpeaks: Designing Tomorrow’s Met, a...
to 8 December 2022
This exhibition features all of the capsules documented by Noritaka Minami at the Nakagin Capsule Tower over the course of a decade until the building’s demolition in 2022. Completed in 1972 by the architect Kisho Kurokawa, the Nakagin Capsule Tower...
to 10 December 2022
New Haven, CT
In the Fall 2022 semester, the Yale School of Architecture Gallery will host a traveling exhibition that began at the DAM (German Architecture Museum) in Frankfurt am Main in 2017. The exhibition represents a selection from the first-ever global survey...
to 17 December 2022
On the occasion of the gallery’s 40th anniversary, Public Space in a Private Time: Building Storefront for Art and Architecture connects our focus on the built environment with New York City’s social and political challenges at the time of its founding...
to 18 December 2022
New York, NY
Following an acclaimed run this spring at The Bridge Theatre in London, Straight Line Crazy, a new play by David Hare, will have its exclusive US engagement this fall at The Shed. Starring Ralph Fiennes as Robert Moses and directed by Nicholas Hytner...
to 2 January 2023
“When you look at the body of the unbuilt work, with few exceptions it is some of the most significant work we’ve done. Some of it is radical and adventurous, pushing out of the frame or box.” - Moshe SafdieFocusing on the most seminal of Moshe...
to 8 January 2023
Kansas City, MO
During the years between World War I and II, 1918–1939, Americans embraced a freer, more open society. The works of art, design, and architecture in what is known as the Art Deco style express a widespread confidence in the American dream....
to 13 January 2023
Given that the most viable means to radically reduce embodied carbon in new buildings is to use plant- and earth-based materials, what are these materials’ qualities and characteristics? How have they been a catalyst for architectural invention as...
to 4 February 2023
Mining the Pidgeon Audio Visual (PAV) series—a collection of over 200 mail order slide-tape lectures initiated in 1979 by renowned editor of London-based magazine Architectural Design, Monica Pidgeon—this exhibition features a selection of the talks...
to 5 February 2023
Los Angeles, CA
Scandinavian Design and the United States, 1890–1980 is the first exhibition to examine the extensive design exchanges between the United States and the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) during the 20th century. Serving...
to 12 February 2023
East Lansing, MI
“I think there should be no end to experimentation.” —Zaha Hadid (1950–2016)World-renowned architect and designer Zaha Hadid is known for her dazzling forms that defy expectations, and for her dynamic approach to design—one that matched her vivacious...
to 19 February 2023
Richard Nickel (1928-1972) was a Polish-American architectural photographer and preservationist. Nickel first encountered the work of Louis Sullivan (1856-1924) as a student, when photographing the architect’s buildings for a project at the IIT...
to 20 February 2023
New York, NY
This exhibition, curated by MASS Design Group and Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, was organized during the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic revealed what some have known for a long time: breathing is spatial. This fact has...
to 25 February 2023
New York, NY
Fairy Tale Architecture presents designs for unbuilt structures that explore the relationship between fairy tales and speculative architecture, melding art, architecture, and literary critique. Initially begun as a series for the online public...
to 26 February 2023
Long Island City, Queens
In Praise of Caves: Organic Architecture Projects from Mexico by Carlos Lazo, Mathias Goeritz, Juan O’Gorman, and Javier Senosiain is an exhibition spanning multiple galleries on the Museum’s first floor. It combines a selection of projects by these...
to 5 March 2023
Cast: Molding a New Museum for UT Dallas will feature 3D models of the new museum structure; renderings that show the design process; introductions of the designers, architects, planners and leadership behind the building; selections of works of art...
9 December 2022 to 29 May 2023
New York, NY
Co-organized by Cooper Hewitt and the Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago, this exhibition invites a new understanding of France’s most famous Art Nouveau architect, Hector Guimard (1867–1942). Bringing together nearly 100 objects from public and...
to 16 July 2023
As our devices like to remind us, we spend a huge portion of our lives in digital worlds. The interfaces we use to access them—from Zoom to FaceTime, WhatsApp to Discord, Roblox to Fortnite—are visual and tactile manifestations of code that both...
19 February to 29 July 2023
The inaugural installation of a new exhibition series, Architecture Now: New York, New Publics, will serve as a platform to highlight emerging talent and foreground groundbreaking projects in contemporary architecture. As the first iteration of the...