Allan Wexler

Allan Wexler Named Guggenheim Fellow for 2016

SCE faculty member Allan Wexler has been named a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow for 2016. Fellows are recognized for their exceptional creative abilities in the arts. Each year the Foundation selects 200 grantees from a pool of between 3,500 and 4,000 applicants. The purpose of the Guggenheim Fellowship program is to help …

Allan Wexler’s Boisbuchet Master Class on Modularity in Architizer

Wexler worked with nine students to create a series of installations around the concept of the book as a modular object.

MFA Interior Design students transform existing spaces at 25 East 13th Street building

Site Specificity, Body as Form: Everyday places are carefully choreographed in Wexler + Hartmann’s MFA Interior Design Studio 1, fall 2013.

INSIDE (hi) STORIES: Allan Wexler on the Art of Building in Ten Books

Image: “Two Too Large Tables”, in collaboration with Ellen Wexler, Hudson River Park, NYC, 2006   INSIDE (hi) STORIES Allan Wexler: On the Art of Building in Ten Books September 12, 2013, 6:00 – 7:00 pm The Glass Corner, Rm 206, 25 East 13th Street   Wexler’s work explores the relationship …

VIDEO: Corridor – The Dialectics of Inside and Outside

Allan Wexler’s MFA Interior Design studio explored designs that call attention to a gradual transition from one space into another.

SCE faculty Allan Wexler Exhibits in France: “Drawn Into Architecture”

Faculty in Interior Design, Allan Wexler exhibits at the Musee des Beax-Arts

Allan Wexler participates in panel discussion, “Crossing Disciplines – Art/Architecture/Technology”

SCE Faculty Allan Wexler will participate in the panel discussion, “Crossing Disciplines – Art/Architecture/Technology,” hosted by Pratt Manhattan Gallery on Tuesday, May 4 at 6PM. In conjunction with the exhibition, “Envelopes,” the discussion will explore the possibilities of combining disciplines and collaborating with professionals from multiple practices. Moderated by Susan …

Allan Wexler awarded the Henry J. Leir Prize

Allan Wexler has been awarded the Henry J. Leir Prize for his work, Gardening Sukkah. The Henry J. Leir Prize recognizes work that embodies the finest of contemporary art and design, and best expresses the dynamic, ever-evolving practice of religion today.