edited by Sheila Kim-Jamet -- Interior Design, 6/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
A Different World
"Remote Viewing: Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing" celebrates eight artists whose work creates a new vocabulary of forms and colors. Included: an untitled oil-on-canvas by Alexander Ross. At the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, through October 9.
Legos and Tinker Toys become art in "Super City," a scale model by author-artist Douglas Coupland on view at Montreal's Canadian Centre for Architecture. Its 144 square feet include Toronto's CN Tower and Seattle's I-5 highway. Through November 20.
Yves Béhar's touring chandelier titled Voyage lands in New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in Terminal 4. It debuted in Milan at Salone del Mobile. Its 55,000 Swarovski crystals glow with blue LEDs, the corporate color of sponsor Bombay Sapphire. The yearlong installation starts June 15.
The Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, lauds its homegrown achievements in namesake museum. The green design shown in "Living Light on the Land: Prototypes for Sustainable Architecture and Design" showcases five alumni. One example: a house made partly of recycled printing plates. Through September 25.
All Light Now
The Santa Fe Art Institute hosts a daylong installation by Italian lighting designer Enzo Catellani, presented by his studio and K-Luna Design. The event kicks off the Southwest Design Conference, which runs for a week. June 23.