Events Calendar: April 13, 2005


  • XXXL – Monumental Work by Gaetano Pesce for Fish Design
    • Ten years ago, Moss launched the first collection of Fish Design, a revolutionary collection of bowls, vases, jewelry, mirrors and clocks, created in gently pliant, vibrantly colored techno-resins by the visionary architect, designer, and fearless social poet Gaetano Pesce. For XXXL, Moss has commissioned a number of special monumental works, each offered in a very limited edition exclusive to the Gallery.
    • Through Sunday, May 8.
    • Moss Gallery, 146 Greene Street (866.888.6677)
  • New York Eleven
    • Eleven New York schools including the Pratt Institute, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York School of Interior Design, and Cornell University have contributed to this exhibition of students’ interior-design work for the fields of retail, hospitality, and health care.
    • April 18 – 21, 2005
    • New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Ave., New York. (718) 672-0513;
  • Extreme Textiles
    • “Cooper Hewitt exhibition showcases highly engineered technical textiles and products. More 150 textiles will be on view, with areas of application ranging from architecture and apparel to health care, aerospace, and transportation.”
    • Through January 15, 2006
    • Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
    • 2 E. 91st St., New York. (212) 849-8400
  • Introduction to Sustainability: Twenty-First Century Paradigms, Practices, and Habits of Mind
    • “What is sustainability, and why are a growing number of business people, architects, government officials, designers, educators, planners, and others talking about it? In this all-day intensive seminar, professionals, community leaders, and concerned individuals explore the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind essential to developing sustainable practices.” Event is co-sponsored by Metropolis . AIA credits available.
    • April 16, 2005
    • The Graduate Center, CUNY
    • 365 Fifth Ave., New York. (212) 817-8215


  • 15 Paces at Smack Mellon
    • Artists Kim Beck, Marina Berio (image above), George Boorujy, John Bowman, Emilie Clark + 9 others, and curated by Summer McCorkle
    • Through May 15, 2005
    • Smack Mellon, 56 Water Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn (718.834.8761)
  • Eliot Shepard
    • Slower: New Photographs – local hero/photoblogger capturing NYC landscape
    • Through April 30, 2005
    • Jen Bekman Gallery, 6 Spring Street (212.219.0166)

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