Calendar: July 9th – 15th

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  • “Counter Culture” at the New Museum of Contemporary Art
    July 10 – August 14th
    Opening Reception July 9th, 6pm (must be a member….)
    “A seek-and-ye-shall-find exhibition for the adventurer in all art lovers, Counter Culture partners contemporary artists with shopkeepers near our future home on the Bowery….”
  • Andy Goldsworthy on the Roof
    No, this is not news and it will be up until October 31st, but he’s our hero. Part of loving your NYC apartment is loving NYC. And what’s not to love about standing on the roof of the Met in the summertime taking in a work by Goldsworthy? Priceless.
  • glowlab: 1:100 exhibition
    1 foot of interior space is equivalent to 100 feet of the city…
    July 1st – August 27th
    527 W. 24th
  • Solos: FutureShack
    May 14 – October 10, 2004
    The architectural prototype FutureShack, designed by Australian architect Sean Godsell, will be constructed in the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden as part of the summer Solos series.
    Cooper Hewitt Museum, 5th Ave. at 91st St.
  • Fresh Paint: Skeptics Touch Here
    July 1-August 6, 6-8pm
    (“fresh” as in “new,” “brash” or “unaffected”) curated by Koan Jeff Baysa and including lot’s of promising artists….
    Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts
    13 Jay Street (in TriBeCa between Hudson and Greenwich)
  • Exhibit: “The Future-Shaping Generation”
    July 1st-August 7th, The Center for Architecture
    Sponsored by Metropolis Magazine and Oculus, the publication of the AIA New York Chapter, the exhibit features the work of dozens of emerging architects and designers, including the winner and 17 runners-up of the Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition and the 15 architecture firms profiled in the Oculus Spring 2004 issue “New York Next: Faces of the Future.”
    536 LaGuardia Place
    More Info: AIANY Calendar…
  • Technology, Public Space Focus of Fusedspace Contest
    Dutch “media collective” Fusedspace hosts a competition to inspire visual artists, designers, and architects to investigate the relationship between new technologies and public space. The winning entry will receive 10,000 euros; other prizes will also be awarded….
  • Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser
    The first full-scale museum retrospective ever of Christopher Dresser, a pioneer industrial designer and one of the most influential figures in design of the nineteenth century.
    The Cooper Hewitt Museum
    March 5, 2004–July 25, 2004
  • Jack Lenor Larsen @ the Museum of Arts and Design
    Exhibit runs until August 29th
    ” The exhibition “Jack Lenor Larsen: Creator and Collector” offers intimate glimpses into the career and collections of the renowned weaver, designer, author, gardener and collector.”


  • Horseman Antiques – Manhattan
    They’re closing the Hudson street store and retreating to the Brooklyn mothership. Steep discounts on all sorts of vintage, largely wooden furniture…
    121 Varick Street (at Dominick)
    Phone: (212) 462-4055
  • Flea Markets
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