Pattern and Process: Selections from the Kravet Archive
Sep
5
to Nov 27

Pattern and Process: Selections from the Kravet Archive

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Join us on September 5, 2019 at 6pm for the opening of Pattern and Process: Selections from the Kravet Archive with a celebration honoring the intrepid process Kravet has mastered putting forth fresh product rooted in textile history.

 
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Kravet Inc. is known for its comprehensive archive of textile design, which documents the history of textile manufacture dating back centuries and originating from cultures across the globe. Encompassing textiles, paintings, artifacts and other historic documents, the Kravet archive is an important resource for researchers, designers and historians. For the first time, the Kravet Archive is the subject of an exhibition that presents its history and complexity for designers, design enthusiasts and visitors new to the subject alike to enjoy. More than 80 examples from this vast repository of textile design history are on view as part of Pattern and Process: Selections from the Kravet Archive at the NYSID Gallery.

The Kravet archive, located at Kravet Inc.’s corporate headquarters in Bethpage, Long Island, is incredibly diverse—the oldest object is a Coptic textile fragment dating from 200 BC, but it also includes contemporary pieces such as recent indigo-dyed fabrics from Japan. It is drawn from around the world, with textiles originating on six continents and encompassing historical and contemporary production techniques.

 
 

Framing generously sponsored by J. Pocker.

All images courtesy of the Kravet Inc. Archive.

Curated by Darling Green.

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Exhibitions are open to the public, no reservation is required. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, closed for major holidays. For more information or questions please email rsvp@nysid.edu or call 212-472-1500, ext. 405.

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MFA Thesis & MPS Studio Projects Exhibition
May
21
to Aug 15

MFA Thesis & MPS Studio Projects Exhibition

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This exhibition features the work of NYSID MFA and MPS candidates who have completed their thesis projects between fall 2018 - spring 2019. Graduating student projects are hypothetical designs based on the adaptive reuse of existing buildings.

Exhibition is open to the public, reservation is required. Please email rsvp@nysid.edu to reserve a time to visit the exhibition. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm.

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BFA Thesis Exhibition
May
20
to Aug 15

BFA Thesis Exhibition

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This exhibition features the work of NYSID BFA candidates who have completed their thesis projects between fall 2018 - spring 2019. Graduating student projects are hypothetical designs based on the adaptive reuse of existing buildings.

Paint generously sponsored by Farrow & Ball.


Exhibition is open to the public, no reservation is required. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm.

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ROOMS: 01
Feb
11
to May 3

ROOMS: 01

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ROOMS is an exhibition series established by NYSID to invite contemporary artists to present work that overlaps strongly with interior design. The mission of ROOMS is to broaden the vision of interior design students and practitioners, and introduce them to new ways of thinking about interior space and materials. The projects will encompass a variety of mediums and can be displayed in various venues across the school—they could be gallery installations, artist-curated selections from the library or archives, or two-dimensional works hung in the hallways and public spaces. It is a flexible and inventive way to familiarize NYSID students with the making process of these artists, while giving artists an opportunity to explore the design aspects of their work in more depth.

Felix Rodewaldt will be the first artist in this series, as he has worked on interior design and architectural projects all over the world. He has been commissioned to create his structure and room defining works for restaurants, clubs, embassies and public parks. Felix’s bold and geometric mural works are often made only using self-adhesive tape and house paint. He takes his cue from the proportions and shape of a room and re-orients this geometry into an immersive and bold optical field. As Felix continues his work in the NYSID Gallery, he will be considering the architectural elements of our space, color and material palettes, the flow of the space, and the context being within a college and learning environment.

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Paint generously donated by Farrow & Ball

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Curated and designed by Darling Green

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1:1 / drawing, design, and communication
Sep
13
to Nov 30

1:1 / drawing, design, and communication

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Due to a wonderful response from our NYSID community, we will be extending the exhibition until November 30, 2018.

Join us for the opening reception of 1:1 / drawing, design and communication on September 13, 2018 at 6pm, NYSID Gallery.

Every designer must also be a communicator—whether presenting ideas to clients, transmitting designs for production, or modeling their vision of a space’s potential. 1:1 drawing, design, and communication is an exhibition bringing together a diverse group of designers who have made innovative communication of form central to their practice, and who continue to push the limits of drawing as a medium.

An exhibition curated by Darling Green with curatorial consultant Judith Gura.

Paint generously donated by Farrow & Ball.

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Gallery Hours:

Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm; closed on all major holidays.

 
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MFA Thesis & MPS Studio Projects Exhibition
May
22
to Aug 17

MFA Thesis & MPS Studio Projects Exhibition

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A range of thesis projects will be on view from graduates of the professional-level MFA-1 program and the post-professional MFA-2 program, as well as studio projects from graduates of the MPS programs in Sustainable Interior Environments, Interior Lighting Design, and Healthcare Interior Design.

NYSID Graduate Center, 401 Park Avenue South at 28th Street. By appointment only; contact 212-472-1500, or e-mail rsvp@nysid.edu.

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BFA Spring Thesis Exhibition
May
21
to Aug 10

BFA Spring Thesis Exhibition

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This exhibition features the work of NYSID BFA candidates who have completed their thesis projects in May 2017. Graduating student projects are hypothetical designs based on the adaptive reuse of existing buildings.

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Pieter Estersohn: A Practiced Eye
Mar
22
to May 11

Pieter Estersohn: A Practiced Eye

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In interior design circles, Pieter Estersohn is widely recognized as one of the premier interior design and architectural photographers working today. His skill at composing photographs and intuitive touch with light has led him to photograph interiors the world over, but, as he stresses, the evolution of his keen eye has been the result of years of practice and attentive looking.