Opening / Closing
Across the U.S.
The first comprehensive survey of Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933–1957,” opens at ICA Boston on the 10th.
On October 6th, Chamber debuts Collection #2 “Human | Nature,” the second exhibition in their program of giving a single curator control of the space for a year. For “Human | Nature, the curator is filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman, who has selected over 100 works for display, by everyone from
Maison Gerard opens their newest exhibition, “The Bronze Age,” on the 7th. The show showcases a new furniture collection by Mark Zeff, inspired by masters of the Art Deco period.
Also on the 7th, The Noguchi Museum unveils “Museum of Stones,” which explores the materiality of stone and rock, and will be the first to juxtapose works by contemporary artists with Noguchi’s original work.
On the 30th, the Cape Cod Modern House Trust is hosting its first fundraising auction at Greene Naftali. Details and tickets available here.
The Designers and Books Fair, which is held at Fashion Institute of Technology, runs from the 2nd through the 4th, brings together a large number of publishers who focus on architecture and design. There will also be talks and panels, including such speakers as Milton Glaser, Steven Heller, and Irma Boom.
Heath Ceramics’ tile and dinnerware showrooms, San Francisco, California, 2013. Photo by Mariko Reed.
Studio Albori (Milan, Italy), Makeshift, 2015. Photo by Tom Harris, Copyright Hedrich Blessing. Courtesy of the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
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October 27-31, Park Avenue Armory