Weekly Events Calendar: 2.21.07

Weekly Events Calendar: 2.21.07

Jill Slater
Feb 21, 2007

Last week to view Josef Hoffman Interiors at the Neue Galerie

Art & Design Events...

  • First Thursdays at DWR
    • DWR and Pret-a-Habiter offer free design help. Bring your questions. Wine will be served.
    • March 1st, 6-8pm, rsvp to brooklynheights@dwr.com
    • DWR Brooklyn Heights Studio, 76 Montague Street
  • Architectural Digest Home Design Show
    • Sixth annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show featuring the latest products in home furnishings.
    • March 9 at 3pm Eva Zeisel, who celebrated her 100th birthday this November, will sign copies of her latest book.
    • March 9th through 11th, 10am-6pm
    • Pier 94, 12th Avenue at 55th Street
  • The Berlin Wall as public art
    • Thierry Noir and Kiddy Citny's original drawings on pieces of the Berlin Wall
    • Urban Plaza, 520 Madison Ave. between 52nd and 53rd Sts.
  • Josef Hoffmann at Neue Galerie
    • Four of the Austrian architect's interiors between 1902 and 1913
    • Through February 26th
    • 1048 5th Ave (at 86th St), 212.628.6200
  • Digital and Video Art Fair (DIVA)
    • 16 international galleries exhibit new media art
    • DIVA Streets showcases videos in shipping containers placed throughout Chelsea
    • February 22nd through 25th
    • Embassy Suites Hotel, Battery Park, 1.888.886.0719
  • 'Here and Now' Photo Exhibit
    • Through March 31st
    • Thos. Moser, 699 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor
      (between 62nd & 63rd streets) 212.753.7005
      Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-6
  • The Armory Show
    • Ninth annual Int'l Fair of New Art
    • February 23rd through 26th
    • Piers 94, Twelfth Ave. at 55th St., 212.645.6440
  • Red Dot Art Fair
    • Fifty contemporary US art exhibitors
    • February 23rd through 26th
    • Park South Hotel, 122 East 28th St. (Park & Lex. Aves), 917.273.8621
  • SCOPE New York Int'l Contemporary Art Fair
    • Sixth annual show, featuring sixty-five participants from twenty countries
    • February 23rd through 26th
    • ScopePavilion, Damrosch Park, the Tent at Lincoln Center, 62nd St. (Amsterdan & Columbus Aves. ), 212.268.1522
  • Prefabricated Homes in America: The Early 20th Century Mail-order House
    • Exhibit of vintage catalogues and pattern books from Sears Roebuck, Mongomery Ward, Alladin, and other sources featuring mail-order houses and plans from 1914 through the mid-20th century.
    • Through April 21st
    • New York School of Interior Design 170 East 70 Street (between Lexington & Third Avenues) Gallery A. 212.472.1500 Ext 405
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