Current Exhibitions

Three people sit and watch a wall split open down the middle. The wall is projected to look like the bookshelves in the room around it, with two larger-than-life hands pushing the wall open.

AN ATLAS OF ES DEVLIN
ON VIEW THROUGH AUGUST 11, 2024

British artist and stage designer Es Devlin (born 1971) is renowned for large-scale installations and sculptures that transform audiences across theater, music, architecture, and activism. This first monographic exhibition showcases the never-before-seen, small-scale works that lead to her monumental architectures.

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An Atlas of Es Devlin is made possible with major support from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Generous support is provided by Amita and Purnendu Chatterjee, Lisa Roberts and David Seltzer, Kimberly Schuessler, and Morgan M. Schuessler, Jr.

Support is also provided by the Arthur F. & Alice E. Adams Charitable Foundation, the August Heckscher Exhibition Fund, the Barbara and Morton Mandel Design Gallery Endowment Fund, Disguise Technologies, the Esme Usdan Exhibition Endowment Fund, the Lemberg Foundation, and the Lily Auchincloss Foundation.

Give Me a Sign: The Language of Symbols
ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2, 2024

Grid of various symbols appearing largely in black and white, with a few symbols marked in red.

Give Me a Sign demonstrates how symbol design is a dynamic and collaborative effort through which individuals and communities have created, adopted, and redesigned symbols over time. Visitors are invited to discover the history behind many symbols and participate in creative activities in-gallery and online to co-create a Symbol Sourcebook of 2024.

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Give Me a Sign: The Language of Symbols
 is made possible with generous support from the Marks Family Foundation Endowment Fund.

 

 

Featured Image: Studio installation. Photo by Es Devlin Studio. Courtesy of Es Devlin.