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YOUR GUIDE TO
“I discovered Arthur
Dove...before I was
The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt,
National Design Museum
2 E.91st St.
New York City
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Red & Orange Streak, 1919, by Georgia O’Keeffe (Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Bequest of Georgia O’Keeffe for the Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1987)
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian
Institution, is the only museum in the nation devoted
exclusively to historic and contemporary design.
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Design for a Living World
Ten leading designers have been commissioned to
develop new uses for sustainably grown and harvested
materials in order to tell a unique story about the life-cycle of materials and the power of conservation and
design. The Cooper-Hewitt, National Desigh Museum,
is the debut venue in a national tour of the exhibition,
organized by The Nature Conservancy.
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The frame is Frank
masterpiece of modern
art inside includes
collection of works by
Picasso, van Gogh
and other modern
masters. Plus changing
exhibitions that are
always significant and
Information 212 423 3500
5th Ave at 89th St
Sun–Wed & Fri 10–5: 45, Sat 10–7: 45
This exhibition explores the varied new uses of felt, an
ancient material that’s believed to be one of the earliest techniques for making textiles. Made by matting
together wool fibers with humidity and friction, this
versatile material requires little technological expertise.
The exhibit features historic examples of felts, and showcases innovations and as well as the myriad contemporary uses of industrial felt in a range of fields.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
5th Avenue at 89th St.
New York City
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the newly restored
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum building. Home to a
world-renowned collection of modern and contemporary
art, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed landmark is one of
New York City’s most beloved masterpieces of modern
Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward
(Through Aug. 23) Explore more than 60 of
Wright’s realized and unrealized projects through drawings, models, and fly-throughs. Known as the greatest
American architect of the 20th-century, this exhibition
celebrates Wright’s work and inspires visitors to see the
potential that architecture presents for this century