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Artists & Designers
Virgil Abloh: “Insert Complicated Title Here” at Harvard University's School of Design
Virgil Abloh (Rockford, IL 1980) is an architect, engineer, creative director, and designer. After earning a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison, he completed a Master´s degree in Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Muriel Cooper: Turning Time into Space
"We hope to make the tools and to use them." Muriel Cooper (1925–1994) was a graphic designer who spent the bulk of her career working at MIT. In the mid-50s, she started as a designer in the Office of Publications. By the mid-60s she was the first Design Director at the MIT Press, where she rationalized their production system and designed classic books like The Bauhaus (1969) and Learning from Las Vegas (1972), along with about 500 others.
Think Program: Synopsis of the Exhibition "Designing Programs / Programming Designs"
Karl Gerstner. Directed by Emilio Ambasz, Museum of Modern Art, 1973
The Art of This Century Gallery
The Art of This Century gallery was opened by Peggy Guggenheim at 30 West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City on October 20, 1942. The gallery exhibited important modern art until it closed in 1947, when Guggenheim returned to Europe.
Art of This Century
As part of Virgil Abloh™ “community service” and “post-modern” mentoring initiative programs.
Choreographed by Robert Rauschenberg for Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering, 69th Regiment Armory, New York. Edited footage from video documentary produced by Experiments in Art and Technology, New York, originally released on 1-inch videotape and VHS (1997)
John Cage and the Architecture of Silence
Branden W. Joseph. October , Summer, 1997, Vol. 81 (Summer, 1997), pp. 80-104.
Hess organized concerts held at the National Gallery, in Trafalgar Square for the entire duration of WWII. She began programming lunchtime concerts a few weeks after the start of the war. They were presented on Monday to Friday, for six-and-a-half years without fail. If London was being bombed, the concert was moved to a smaller, safer room. In all, Hess presented 1,698 concerts seen by 824,152 people; she personally played in 150 of them.
Preliminary Notes on the Pragmatic of Works: Daniel Buren
Jean-François Lyotard and Thomas Repensek. October , Autumn, 1979, Vol. 10 (Autumn, 1979), pp. 59-67.
Seth Price. Self-published to distributedhistory.com, 2002.
The New Architecture and the Bauhaus
Walter Gropius, 1965, Trans. P. Morton Shand. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Cory Arcangel, "On Compression," in a couple thousand short films about Glenn Gould (London: Film and Video Umbrella, 2008).
The vocabulary according to Virgil Abloh. A liberal definition of terms and explanation of ideas.
: The exact ratio needed to
twist a normative object into
Trois bagatelles for David Tudor
The Banquet Years
FOOD, A SoHo Restaurant: lori waxman. Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, Vol. 8, No. 4 (Fall 2008), pp. 24-33
Steven Henry Madoff, Artforum September 2008
Source: Thomas Kellein, Donald Judd: Early Work, 1955-1968, New York: D.A.P., 2002. Originally published in Arts Yearbook 8, 1965.
Karl Gerstner. Programme as Typeface, Typography, Picture, Method
A conversation with Virgil Abloh and RISD President Rosanne Somerson on contemporary design theory and its relation to current culture across mediums.
Kiesler’s Imaging Exile in Guggenheim’s Art of this Century Gallery and the New York Avant-garde Scene in the early 1940s
Art of This Century