Lincoln Center institute

for the arts in education

Collaborators: Herb Perr and Diane Ramo, Heidi Miller and Teaching Artist / John Toth
The Museum of Arts and Design

Hunter College / M.A.D. Sept 29 Oct 2, 2003 ; 4:30-7:00 

Line of Inquiry:

How do the artists from US Design 1975-2000 (Gehry, Friedman, Krohn, Boym) design / transform everyday items (chairs) into extraordinary items by choosing materials that challenge our expectations?

The Collection

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Frank Gehry, “Bubbles Chaise Lounge”

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(right) Dan Freidman, “Truth Side Armchair”

 

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(left) Constantine Boym, “Prototype, Husband ArmchairLisa Krohn,

(right) Steven Skov Holt, Tucker Viemeister, “Pool Armchair”

 

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US Design, 1975-2000

 

John Toth ; toth@pipeline.com   and at http://www.InnerEye.net