Last Chance> Paradise Lost in New York

East, On View
Thursday, March 3, 2011
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Courtesy Andrea Blum

Courtesy Andrea Blum

  • Paradise Lost by Andrea Blum
  • Sikkema Jenkins & Co
  • 530 W. 22 Street
  • New York, NY
  • Through March 5

The dialogue between architects and artists in New York is one of the great-if often over looked- strengths of practice in this city. In fact, many architects visit New York not to see the latest building, but the exhibits in its galleries and museums. It has been the case, at least since MOMA’s epic modernism exhibit of 1932 and later Frederic Kielser’s Endless House series of exhibitions that the conversation between architects and artists in this city is endlessly complex and without equal in any other city.

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