collage

Guerilla Feminism


Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum? is a poster designed by the Guerrilla Girls - a radical feminist collective – in order to draw attention to rampant discrimination against women artists in the curatorial collections of major museums. Legendary for their guerrilla tactics, gorilla masks and take-no-prisoners attitude, the Guerrilla Girls name names and point fingers with no apologies.
Guerrila Girls, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, poster, graphic design, Jean-August-Dominique Ingres, collage

Design on the Street: Mixing Messages in Public Space


A large collage of posters on the theme of "the street" complements the current exhibition, Mixing Messages:  Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture, now showing at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
graphic design, collage

Richard Meier’s Art in Architecture


Design Watch Members enjoyed a special evening with Cooper-Hewitt trustee Richard Meier at the opening of Art in Architecture: Selected Works by Richard Meier in Brooklyn. This exhibition is hosted in Richard Meier’s own architectural project, Richard Meier on Prospect Park.
Richard Meier, Selected Works, Exhibition, DesignWatch, members, Architecture, collage, sculpture, Brooklyn