Public Programs

2021

The Saddle, USA, 2018

Tulipwood and milk paint, 11" x 46" x 48"

2020

Cannupa Hanska Luger, 2018 Burke Prize winner Every One, 2018 Over 4,000 clay beads 192 × 156 × 3 in. (487.7 × 396.2 × 7.6 cm) Photo: Jenna Bascom

2019

Wild Zero, 1999 Dir. Tetsuro Takeuchi

Kutya éji dala (The Dog’s Night Song),1983 Dir. Gábor Bódy

Arada, 2018 Dir. Mu Tunc

Bikutsi Water Blues, 1988 Dir. Jean-Marie Teno

Young Soul Rebels, 1991 Dir. Isaac Julien

Jubilee, 1978
Dir. Derek Jarman

Book Book / 书书, Yuchen Chang and Myungah Hyon, 2017.

Nadie es Innocente, 1986 
Dir. Sarah Minter

Strange Days

Dir. Kathryn Bigelow, 1995

© 20th Century Fox

MARKINGS, Noel Ruana

Silk-gauze, merino wool, Ox-Mountain sheep wool, branding fluid,
80 in x 80 in x 5 in
Photo Credit: Keith Nolan Photography

The Fifth Element

Dir. Luc Besson, 1997

© Columbia Pictures Industries Inc.

Tetsuo II: Body Hammer

Dir. Shinya Tsukamoto, 1992

Hackers

Dir. Iain Softley, 1995

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

Ghost in the Shell

Dir. Mamoru Oshii, 1996

© Manga Entertainment

Johnny Mnemonic

Dir. Robert Longo, 1995

© Columbia Pictures Industries Inc.

this time together, Jamie Boyle, 2018-ongoing. Photo by Shawn Inglima.

From top left to right bottom: Cannupa Hanska Luger. Photo by Zachary C. Person, courtesy the artist; Roberto Lugo. Photo by Jewellea Photography, courtesy Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia.; Jordan Nassar. Photo courtesy the artist.

2018

Van Lier Fellow Lexy Ho Tai

Photo by Heidi Bohnenkamp

Photo by Azikiwe Mohammed

Yongbaek Lee
Angel Soldier (still), 2011
Digital video
Courtesy the artist
Jodie Mack
Persian Pickles (still), 2012
16mm film
Courtesy the artist
Tanya Aguiñiga

Border Quipu/Quipu Fronterizo, 2016

Recycled dress and bathing suit straps
Variable
Courtesy of Gina Clyne Photography

Jonathan Calm

Green Book (Lorraine Motel I), 2016
Archival Pigment Print; 12” X 12”
Courtesy of the artist and Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
© Jonathan Calm.

<i>Green Book Chronicles</i>

Collage by Becky Wible Searles, including animation still by Ammar Nassri and Zhou Quan 

Green Book covers courtesy of New York Public Library

Image Courtesy Becky Wible Searles

J. Fred Woell and “Noxin”

Photo: J. Fred Woell

Image Courtesy Kane-Lewis Productions

Cristina Celis

Mexico
Dactilar
Neckpieces, 2013
Modeled porcelain, 24k gold leaf, silver
3.2 x 5.1 cm with different length chains
Photo: Francisco Velázquez
Photo courtesy Velvet da Vinci

Photo by Filip Wolak

Julianne Swartz

Installation view of Julianne Swartz’s Sine Body

Photo by Heidi Bohnenkamp

Steven Reker and Matt Evans

Installation View: Amp Dance (one)

Photo by Heidi Bohnenkam

NIC Kay

Installation view of Play Time: Halloween Special with NIC Kay

Photo by Dan Foley

2017

Xenobia Bailey
Installation view of “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field”
Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design
Maria Hupfield

 

Installation view of ‘Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field’
Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design

 

Julianne Swartz

Sine Body, 2017
Blown glass, Unglazed porcelain, electronics, sound generated from the objects
Photo by Chris Kendall
Courtesy of artist

Steven Reker

 

Amp Dance (One) temporary composition (work in progress)
Image courtesy the artis

 

Kyle Marshall Choreography

 

Image: David Gonsier
Courtesy the artist

 

Maria Hupfield

Installation view of Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field
Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design

 

NIC Kay

Installation view of Studio PSK: Polyphonic Playground, part of Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound. Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design

Installation view of <em>Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field</em>

Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design

Installation view of <em>Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field</em>

LJ Roberts
Photo by Jenna Bascom, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design

Sara Rahbar

Flag #12 (L) & Flag #4, 2006-2013 Land of Opportunity Series Mixed-media 66 x 38 inches & 69x39 inches Image courtesy Sara Rahbar and Carbon 12

Melanie Bernier

Suminagashi printed patch on secondhand denim, 2016
Hand-embroidered tencel and patch on secondhand denim
Courtesy the artist

Lucy Jones

From the Seated Design collection, 2015

Courtesy of Lucy Jones

BundleDye

Beezie Textiles Bundle Dye Workshop
Photo: Heidi Lee

The Museum of Arts and Design

2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019

Jes Fan

Testo-soap, 2016
Depo-testosterone, lye, soap, silicone base
Photo credit: Jacob Schuerger

ShiboriIndigo

Bezzie Textiles Shibori Indigo Workshop
Photo: Heidi Lee

Installation view of Françoise Grossen Selects.
Photo by Butcher Walsh. Courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.

Jesse Harrod

Rangers, 2015
macramé paracord, plexiglass, metal

Maria Hupfield

Jingle Spiral, 2015
Photo by Maria Hupfield
Courtesy of the artist

Josh Blackwell

"Runaways" performance documentaiton
Bennington College, September 2016

Image courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix and the Cha Estate.

Image courtesy of Susan Fanshel and Frank Aveni.

Antonia A. Perez

Estas En Tu Casa, 2015
Crocheted plastic bags
64" x 108"

2016

Video stills from participating artists, from top left: Luna Luis Ortiz, Juanita Muhammed, Mark S. King, Southern AIDS Living Quilt, Ray Navarro, Nelson Sullivan, James Wentzy, Carol Leigh aka Scarlot Harlot, and Justin B. Terry-Smith.

Image courtesy of Lizzie Borden and Anthology Film Archives.

Image courtesy of UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Image courtesy of Facets Multimedia.

Paul Soldner's MFA show, 1956 Otis Art Institute, with Paul Soldner, Pete Voulkos and John Mason. Image Courtesy of Soldner Descendants' Trust.

Paul Soldner's MFA show, 1956 Otis Art Institute, with Paul Soldner, Pete Voulkos and John Mason. Image Courtesy of Soldner Descendants' Trust.

Image courtesy of Lauren Kalman.

Institute For Figuring's Crochet Coral Reef project, 2005-ongoing.

Photo © the IFF.

Harry Bertoia

Recording of and notes on La Serenita, 1971
Photo by John Brien

Harry Bertoia

Recording of and notes on La Serenita, 1971
Photo by John Brien

Photo by Brian DeGraw

Harry Bertoia

Recording of and notes on La Serenita, 1971
Photo by John Brien

Installation view of ‘Studio Job MAD HOUSE’, 2016.

Photo by Butcher Walsh. Courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.

Harry Bertoia

Recording of and notes on La Serenita, 1971
Photo by John Brien

Alexandra Midal

Hocus Pocus, Twilight in my Mind, 2010
Image Credit: AlexandraMidal/ OfficeABC

Robber Baron Cabinet, 2007

Studio Job
Polished, patinated and gilded cast bronze
69 x 46 x 20 in.
Photo: Robert Kot

Groninger Museum, Netherlands

Marguerite Humeau

Requiem for Harley Warren "Screams from Hell",  2015
Image Credit: Marguerite Humeau/ Le Studio Humain

Safe Disassembly + Other Works

Image Courtesy of Andreas Bunte

Carcasses

Image Courtesy of Denis Côté

Bestiaire

Image Courtesy of Denis Côté

Image credit: Pete McCracken

Denis Côté

Still from Joy of Man's Desiring, 2014

Something More Than Night

Courtesy of Daniel Eisenberg & Video Databank

Installation view of Studio Job MAD house

Photo by Butcher Walsh; ©MAD 2016

The Unstable Object I

Image Courtesy of Daniel Eisenberg & Video Databank

Stolen Seas

Photo Credit: Abdiqani Hassan Dhegjar

Dancehall Queen

Still from DANCEHALL QUEEN reproduced by Daily Motion (dailymotion.com)

Ebony G. Patterson installing the exhibition Ebony G. Patterson: Dead Treez at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 2015

Ebony G. Patterson
Photo: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Rockers

Still from ROCKERS reproduced by BOMB Magazine (bombmagazine.org)

KNITTING NATION Phase 8: Under Construction (2012), Liz Collins

Installation view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

Photo Courtesy of Liz Collins

The Harder They Come

Still from THE HARDER THEY COME reproduced by The Japan Times (japantimes.co.jp)

L.A. Link + Other Works

Image Courtesy of Wendy Clarke

One on One

Image Courtesy of Wendy Clarke

Wilted Rosez (detail), 2014

Ebony G. Patterson
cotton, metal, glitter, plastic, glass, and mixed media
Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, IL
Commissioned by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Photo: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Studio Job

Train Crash, 2015

Polished and patinated bronze, 24K gold leaf
Photo: Adrien Millot

Love Tapes

Image Courtesy of Wendy Clarke

Ornette: Made in America

Image Courtesy of Milestone Films

Ebony G. Patterson: Dead Treez

Installation View of Ebony G. Patterson: Dead Treez at the Museum of Arts and Design

Photo: Butcher Walsh © Museum of Arts and Design

Shirley Clarke Shorts Program

Image Courtesy of Milestone Films

Portrait of Jason

Image Courtesy of Milestone Films

Deceptionista

Photo credit Leia Jospe, 2015

The Cool World

Image Courtesy of Zipporah Films

The Connection

Image Courtesy of Milestone Films

2015

Inoshishi (Wild Boar), 2014

Harumi Noguchi
Ceramic, iron, resin
12 5/16 x 12 11/16 x 25 9/16 in. (31.2 x 32.2 x 65 cm)
Photo courtesy of Ippodo Gallery; photograph by Hitomi Sato

Wilted Rosez (detail), 2014

Ebony G. Patterson
cotton, metal, glitter, plastic, glass, and mixed media
Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, IL
Commissioned by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Photo: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Wilted Rosez (detail), 2014

Ebony G. Patterson
cotton, metal, glitter, plastic, glass, and mixed media
Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, IL
Commissioned by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Photo: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Swag Swag Krew (from the Out and Bad series) (installation view, John Michael Kohler Arts Center), 2011–14

Ebony G. Patterson
cotton, velvet, lace, plastic, and mixed media
Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, IL
Photo: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Inoshishi (Wild Boar), 2014

Harumi Noguchi
Ceramic, iron, resin
12 5/16 x 12 11/16 x 25 9/16 in. (31.2 x 32.2 x 65 cm)
Photo courtesy of Ippodo Gallery; photograph by Hitomi Sato

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Environment for Contemplation, 1969-70

Installation view, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Wendell Castle-Wandering Forms-Works from 1959-1979, October 19, 2012-February 24, 2013
Oak, gel-coated fiberglass, reinforced plastic with flocking; interior padded with four inches of foam and upholstered with natural-colored flokati rug
144 x 48 x 50 in. (365.8 x 121.9 x 127 cm)
Courtesy of the Lindemann Collection, Miami Beach
Photo courtesy of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and © Wendell Castle, Inc.

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