Exhibition explores work of 16th-century Netherlandish artist Pieter Coecke van Aelst.
Article explores notions of domesticity via an abandoned house in Detroit.
SCE faculty Luben Dimcheff was lead designer for eastern Long Island house.
Conversation drawn from an essay in Rakatansky’s book, Tectonic Arts of Desire and Doubt.
Blog publishes house tour of renovated Bushwick loft.
MFA ID thesis project included in Frame’s international highlights of student work.
Piece on the role of the kitchen in family life and history included in feature exploring multigenerational living.
Wwwriting: Digital Invisibles
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Color Lab installation on view at 6 East 16th Street, 12th Floor, through April 26
An exhibition currently on view at the Jewish Museum, Other Primary Structures, prominently features a three-quarter-inch scale model of its 1966 exhibition, Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors, complete with miniature artworks. The model depicts the museum as it was in 1966. It was created by part-time faculty member Aurelie Paradiso and a group of students from […]