Events Calendar: February 25th, 2005

Events Calendar: February 25th, 2005

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Maxwell Ryan
Feb 25, 2005
  • An Evening with the Eameses (Circa 1950)
    • Design Within Reach and Metropolis Magazine host an evening celebrating the recently reintroduced Eames Eiffel chairs and RAR rocker by Herman Miller.
    • Friday, March 4, 2005, 7-9pm
    • Design Within Reach Meatpacking District Studio, 408 West 14th Street, New York. (212) 242.9449.
  • The Modern Show
    • 85 exhibitors selling 20th Century furniture, objects & art
    • February 25,26,27
    • The Armory on Lexington at 26th Street
  • Gregory Colbert at the Nomadic Museum
    • "Photographer Colbert—who travels the world taking pictures of people communing with whales, elephants, and other animals— got the idea (and funds) for the museum after his one-man installation in 2002 at the Venice Biennale's Arsenale, a vast shipyard dating from the Renaissance..."
    • Opens to the public March 5th
    • At Pier 54 (you can't miss it)
  • Julia von Eichel - Paintings
    • "It's an incredible body of work"
    • Opening Feb. 18, 6-8pm
    • Feb. 18th-March 19th
    • Michael Steinberg Fine art, 508 w 26th St. 2nd fl.
  • Sacral Spaces: Modern Finnish Churches
    • 12 churches constructed after World War II during an extraordinary period in which approximately 200 churches designed by prominent architects were built in Finland.
    • Through 2/19
    • Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave., New York. (212) 879-9779
  • The Gates Last Weekend
    • "To all visitors of The Gates:
    • There are no official opening tickets.
    • There are no invitations.
    • There are no tickets.
    • The work is free for all to enjoy...."
  • East Village USA
    • The local eighties art scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Lee Quinones, Kenny Scharf, Philip Taafe, and many others, curated by Dan Cameron.
    • Through 3/19
    • New Museum of Contemporary Art, temporarily located at the Chelsea Art Museum, 556 W. 22nd St., nr. 11th Ave. (212.219.1222)
  • Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living
    • The Albers - of Bauhaus and Black Mountain College fame - collected textiles and furniture pair off with one another
    • Through 2/27
    • Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
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