BFA Spring Thesis Exhibition
May
21
to Aug 17

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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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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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.

 

 

Pieter Estersohn’s Life Along the Hudson: The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family is an example of curiosity manifesting itself as a project. This series, which is soon be published in book form by Rizzoli, is Estersohn’s first foray into writing, in conjunction with production and photography. The concept was born out of Estersohn’s participation on the board of the Friends of Clermont, an organization supporting Clermont Historic Site, an estate built by Robert Livingston in 1740 and an eventful location in the American Revolution. The property is open to the public and owned by the New York State Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

This exhibition looks at Estersohn's body of work, as well as a sneak peek into an exciting upcoming project!

 

For any additional assistance or inquiries regarding exhibitions please call 212-472-1500, ext. 405 or email at rsvp@nysid.edu.

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Redefining Traditional: Style for Today’s Home
Mar
2
to Apr 28

Redefining Traditional: Style for Today’s Home

This exhibition, co-sponsored by Traditional Home magazine, explores the theme of “redefining traditional style” through a series of design challenges for students of the New York School of Interior Design in the courses Furniture DesignKitchen & Bath Design, and Residential Design III, and III. Five companies—BrizoEthan AllenHinkley LightingMottahedeh, and Sunbrella—challenged students to either use their company’s existing products in interiors in new and creative ways or create new products with a modern twist. The winning designs from each challenge will be displayed in the exhibition.

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Abstract Art in Dialogue
Jan
23
to Jan 29

Abstract Art in Dialogue

The exhibition, curated by NYSID instructor Dr. Zhijian Qian, who is Assistant Professor of Art History at City Tech of City University of New York, showcases artworks by artists from different cultural traditions who explore new possibilities in abstract art from a variety of approaches. The exhibition features invited artists Ze Gao, Dongze Huo, Derek Lerner, Yue Liu, Yushan Liu, Chen Shen, Adam Simon, Miljan Suknovic, and Renqian Yang.

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Designing Tomorrow’s Home
Sep
29
to Dec 3

Designing Tomorrow’s Home

In celebration of the New York School of Interior Design’s 100th anniversary, NYSID’s post-professional Master of Fine Arts students were asked to design what the home of the future will look like in New York City–a future incorporating technology-fueled innovation, sustainability as second nature, and where space is at a premium–all while supporting the iconic concept of the home as a refuge and source of comfort.

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Interior Design Today: Alumni Exhibition
Mar
4
to Apr 29

Interior Design Today: Alumni Exhibition

The celebration of our 100th anniversary begins with an exhibition of work from our esteemed alumni. More than 30 alumni, established designers as well as recent graduates, will show the continuity and evolution of interior design. A wide range of projects for living, working, playing, and healing celebrates the diversity and complexity of the profession.

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Angelo Donghia: Design Superstar 
Sep
17
to Dec 5

Angelo Donghia: Design Superstar 

Angelo Donghia: Design Superstar will document the career of one of the design industry's most versatile and talented practitioners. In the 1970s and 1980s, Angelo Donghia was almost as celebrated as his high-profile clients like Liza MinelliRalph Lauren, and Mary Tyler Moore. In addition to his widely-published modern interiors with trademark features like gray-flannel upholstery and silver-leaf ceilings, he designed furniture, fabrics and wallcoverings, domestics and tableware. This exhibition will display original drawings, photographs, magazine features, and products from his student years until his premature death in 1985. The exhibition has already garnered coverage from T MagazineArchitectural Digest and New York Magazine

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Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York's Landmark Interiors
Mar
5
to Apr 24

Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York's Landmark Interiors

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of New York’s landmark legislation, this exhibition will feature more than 20 public spaces, known and little-known, that have been designated as interior landmarks. In archival and new photography by Larry Lederman, it will highlight the importance of public interiors as the spaces in which we conduct our daily lives. Clarifying the different approaches to preserving and restoring interiors, it will point out the challenges and controversies in maintaining the integrity of these spaces in the face of changing needs and popular taste, and the achievements in keeping them accessible to the public. The curatorial team includes Hugh Hardy, FAIA, H3 Hardy Collaboration ArchitectureKitty Hawks, interior designer, Judith Gura, design historian and NYSID faculty member; and Kate Wood, president, Landmark West!.

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