Tag Archives: MoMA

Print Talking Back

The dichotomy of print and digital: Possibility of a Book (focused on book art) vs. Blurb stepping into e-book realm (TechCrunch video interview with Blurb CEO). When your magazine can actually talk back to you.

Last call: Millennium Magazines exhibit at MoMA closes May 14th!
A must see!

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Type of (NYC) Weekend

A few type based pieces from my recent NYC visit.

Kay Rosen WIDE AND DEEP at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (closing March 10)

Paula Scher maps (thanks Ally!) at Bryce Wolkowitz gallery (closed Feb. 18)


Print/Out
at MoMA (closing May 14)

Sophie Calle (Exquisite Pain) at Paula Cooper Gallery (closed Feb. 25)

Empire State of Mind

A few recommendations for all courageous people willing to arrive at 6:50am (on a weekend!) to hit the road for NYC – your effort is highly appreciated.
Thank you Anna O. for providing around-the-city art recommendations!

 

MoMA 
Talk to Me, Standard Deviations , de Kooning retrospective.

It is highly recommended you check opening hours or call before arriving at any of the following locations:

Galleries/Art/Photography:

Jenny Saville and Bob Dylan at Gagosian Madison Avenue

Alex Katz at Gavin Brown’s enterprise

Nick Cave at Jack Shainman gallery in Chelsea
(just around the corner from Printed Matter)

Norfolk at Thierry Goldberg Gallery (Lower East Side)

International Center of Photography Remembering 9/11

Book stores: Printed MatterBlue StockingsThe Strand

Just in case: Timeout New York

and heads up, in case you’ll be around the city next weekend:
NY Art Book Fair 2011

MoMA’s Type Acquisitions

If you happen to be around the MoMA anytime soon (hint, hint) stop by Standard Deviations, Types and Families in Contemporary Design featuring MoMA’s latest type acquisitions.

Pre MoMA – Talk to Me

Warning:
if you have homework due, do not click on the link below.
It’s addictive.
MoMA – Talk to Me

The purpose of design began to shift in the late 20th century from utility toward a more holistic combination of purpose and meaning.
Thus far, 21st-century culture is centered on interaction:
“I communicate, therefore I am” is the defining affirmation of contemporary existence, and objects and systems that were once charged only with formal elegance and functional soundness are now also expected to have personalities. Contemporary designers do not just provide function, form, and meaning, but also must draft the scripts that allow people and things to develop and improvise a dialogue.