Archive for the 'Exhibition' Category

Plywood: Material, Process, Form

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PLYWOOD: MATERIAL, PROCESS, FORM

EXHIBITION The MoMA is exhibiting their collection of modern designs that take advantage of the formal and aesthetic possibilities offered by plywood, from around 1930 through the 1950s.

Noma Bar Exhibit

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NOMA BAR EXHIBIT

EXHIBITION One of my favorite illustrators is having an exhibition in London until October 1.

Margaret Kilgallen

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MARGARET KILGALLEN

EXHIBITION On view at the Ratio3 gallery in SF is a selection of works-on-paper and paintings on canvas by Margaret Kilgallen. Some are never before seen pieces! The artworks are on view this summer, June 23 – August 5, 2011.

Off Course

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OFF COURSE

EXHIBITIONS School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Off-Course,” an exhibition of work by first-year MFA Design Department students that uses the structure of an 18-hole miniature golf course to explore uncommon phobias including the fear of vacuum cleaners, long waits and dancing. Pretty fun!

Reconsider the Alphabet

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RECONSIDER THE ALPHABET

EXHIBITION Pasadena Museum of Art will be exhibiting a graphic alphabet that reconsiders our collective understanding of what a letter can be and how it functions to create language and meaning. Designers exhibiting include: Martin Venezky, Brian Singer, Volume Inc., and more. May 15 – September 4

LetterLab

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LETTERLAB

EXHIBITION Letterlab is all about letters in the broadest sense of the word. In this exhibition at the Graphic Design Museum, children and their parents discover that the letters you encounter in books mean a great deal.

Murakami @ Versailles

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MURAKAMI @ VERSAILLES

EXHIBITION Takashi Murakami is taking the Château of Versailles by storm with a show of manga-inspired sculptures. You might think that Takashi’s work seems to clash with the grandiose and conservative palace, however, after checking out some of the photos I was surprised to find how well his work actually fit in with the palace. Wish I was there to see it in person.

Something Mistaken for Nothing

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SOMETHING MISTAKEN FOR NOTHING

EXHIBITION Scotty will be exhibiting his work at the Curiosity Shoppe, SF.

Hot Pink Fuzz

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HOT PINK FUZZ

EXHIBITION Giant Robot has a show going on until September 8th filled with amazing art made out of felt. If I had an extra $2000 to spend, I’d buy this.

Daily drop cap exhibit

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DAILY DROP CAP EXHIBIT

EXHIBITION Most of you probably already know about the Daily Drop Cap project by Jessica Hische. Her lettering skills are so amazing I’m sure many of you have been drooling with jealousy. Now you can experience her work in person at the AITA store in Philadelphia. The opening reception is tonight from 6-8pm with an introduction by Jessica at 7pm. The store is located at 116 North 3rd St.O