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Richard Trenner '70: NYC Photographs Being Shown on Madison Avenue
to Jan 31

Richard Trenner '70: NYC Photographs Being Shown on Madison Avenue

through January 2020
Gallery at Traum Safe
809 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065 United States

Four photographs by Richard Trenner of iconic New York locations are on exhibit in the Gallery of Traum Safe in Manhattan. Printed to archival standards on acrylic, the photographs were made at One World Trade Center, the High Line, 30 Rockefeller, and One East 57th Street. A writer and photographer, Richard Trenner was a Lecturer in Public and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School for several years.

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Submitted by Richard Trenner '70

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11/30/2019, 3-5pm
On view until 1/31/20

The Courtyard House
Courtyard House, Aurora, OR 97002 United States

NO ARCHITECTURE announces TRANSPARENCY: ON NATURE AND THE OUTDOORS, a group exhibition of contemporary photography opening November 30, 2019. Installed at the AIA award-winning Courtyard House (c. 2013) in Aurora, Oregon, the exhibition breaks down the separation between art, architecture, and landscape. Featuring four West Coast photographers who examine their disciplinary means of production, the exhibition highlights divergent and diverse technologies, from stereoscopic tintypes to cyanotypes submerged beneath waves, which collectively open new ways of perceiving the natural world. The exhibition invites visitors to question the role of photography—and technology at large—in constructing our understandings of place and nature through conservation and memory.

The exhibition features new and recent works by Alexandra Opie, Catherine Opie, Chelsea Mosher, and Meghann Riepenhoff. TRANSPARENCY is organized by Andrew Heid of NO ARCHITECTURE.

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Submitted by Andrew Heid '06

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Contemporary Art Inspired by the Architecture of Louis Kahn, curated by Melinda Wang '99
to Nov 10

Contemporary Art Inspired by the Architecture of Louis Kahn, curated by Melinda Wang '99

October 19 – November 10, 2019
Curated by Melinda Wang

Gallery Hours: Wednesdays and Fridays, 6pm-9pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 11am-5pm

MW Projects 527
Main Street, Roosevelt Island, New York, NY 10044 USA

MW Projects is pleased to present Inversions: Contemporary Art Inspired by the Architecture of Louis Kahn, a group exhibition featuring painting, sculpture, photography, film, dance, installation and sound by 24 artists. The exhibition will be on view from October 19 through November 10, with a public opening reception on Saturday, October 19, 6-8pm. The gallery is located on Roosevelt Island, a short walk to Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park, Kahn’s only design in New York City.

The visual artists are: Dara Alter, Richard Bottwin, Graciela Cassel, Tim Gowan, John Greig Jr., Carrie Johnson, Andres Koort, Stephanie Land, Arne Maasik, Jamie Martinez, Marisol Martinez, Gelah Penn, Urmo Raus, Jonathan Rider, Tariku Shiferaw, Sara Silks, Helen & Sandra Sirp, Christopher Stout, Nicholas Szymanski, Margaret Inga Urias, Michael Wolf and Audra Wolowiec. The exhibition also includes a site-specific sound piece by Micah Frank to listen to while walking between the gallery and Four Freedoms Park. The exhibition is organized by MW Projects, with support from the Consulate General of Estonia in New York and the Estonian Ministry of Culture.

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Submitted by Melinda Wang ‘99

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