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Charles Percier: Architecture and Design in an Age of Revolutions

Curated by Jean-Philippe Garric, University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne – Professor of History of Architecture

November 18, 2016-February 12, 2017 at Bard Graduate Center, New York
March 18, 2017-June 19, 2017 at Château de Fontainbleau

Charles Percier: Architecture and Design in an Age of Revolutions surveyed the wide range of projects undertaken by the French architect and interior designer […]

By | 2017-10-04T14:22:21+00:00 September 6th, 2017|FG Projects|

New York Crystal Palace 1853

Curated by the late David Jaffee, Bard Graduate Center – Professor and Head of New Media Research

March 24, 2017-July 30, 2017

Shedding light on a near-forgotten aspect of New York City’s cultural history, this exhibition explores the history and material culture of the first world’s fair held in the United States.

Interactive site: http://crystalpalace.visualizingnyc.org/

By | 2017-09-06T18:03:16+00:00 September 6th, 2017|FG Projects|

Design By the Book: Chinese Ritual Objects and the Sanli tu

Curated by François Louis, Bard Graduate Center – Associate Professor, History of Chinese Design and Visual Culture

March 24, 2017-July 30, 2017

Design by the Book explores the medieval Chinese book Sanli tu (Illustrations to the Ritual Classics) and its impact on Chinese material culture.

Interactive site: https://designbythebook.exhibitions.bgc.bard.edu/

 

By | 2017-09-08T14:22:02+00:00 September 6th, 2017|FG Projects|

Frontier Shores: Collection, Entanglement, and the Manufacture of Identity in Oceania

Curated by Shawn C. Rowlands, Bard Graduate Center – American Museum of Natural History Postdoctoral Fellow in Museum Anthropology
April 22, 2016 – Spetember 18, 2016

Frontier Shores: Collection, Entanglement and the Manufacture of Identity in Oceania examines artifacts as the contested space of cross-cultural contact between European collectors and the native peoples of the region.

Interactive Site: 

By | 2016-09-14T18:28:13+00:00 September 14th, 2016|FG Projects|

Revisions – Zen for Film

Curated by Hanna B. Hölling, Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Professor, Cultures of Conservation, BGC
September 18, 2015 – February 21, 2016

How do works of art endure over time, facing aging materials and changing interpretations of their meaning? How do decay, technological obsolescence, and the blending of old and new media affect what an artwork is and […]

By | 2017-09-07T13:45:57+00:00 September 14th, 2016|FG Projects|

The Interface Experience

Curated by Kimon Keramidas, Assistant Professor and Director of the Digital Media Lab, BGC
April 2, 2015 – July 19, 2015

Computer technology provides us with constant opportunities to try new things, and with each new device we get a peek at what the future has in store. But the history of that technology is just as important as […]

By | 2016-01-12T21:47:39+00:00 January 12th, 2016|FG Projects|

Visualizing 19th-Century New York

Curated by David Jaffee, Professor and Head of New Media Research, BGC, with BGC Students
September 19, 2014–January 11, 2015

Visualizing 19th-Century New York examines New York City—a spectacle for resident and visitor alike—through prints and photographs produced by cultural entrepreneurs who created a vast commercial market for their images of the booming metropolis.

Interactive Site: http://visualizingnyc.org/

By | 2017-05-12T20:19:03+00:00 January 12th, 2016|FG Projects|

Waterweavers: The River in Contemporary Colombian Visual and Material Culture

Curated by José Roca with Alejandro Martín.
April 10–August 10, 2014

The exhibition catalogue, Waterweavers: A Chronicle of Rivers, features a selection of visual and textual narratives about Colombian rivers across time, including an essay by the co-curators addressing the river in contemporary Colombian visual and material culture, illustrations of works by the seventeen artists in the exhibition, […]

By | 2016-09-15T20:00:23+00:00 January 12th, 2016|FG Projects|

Carrying Coca: 1,500 Years of Andean Chuspas

Curated by Nicola Sharratt
April 10–August 3, 2014

Carrying Coca: 1,500 Years of Andean Chuspas considers how two components of Andean life—coca leaves and hand-woven textiles—are brought together in the small bag called a chuspa and examines this traditional object in changing cultural and economic contexts.

Interactive Site: http://bgcdml.net/carrying-coca/interactive.htm

By | 2016-09-15T19:56:30+00:00 January 12th, 2016|FG Projects|

American Christmas Cards, 1900–1960

Curated by Professor Kenneth L. Ames and students
September 21, 2011 – December 31, 2011

The exhibition and accompanying book argue the central premise that examining the images on Christmas cards used in the United States from the late nineteenth century to the end of the 1950s enriches our understanding of not only the American Christmas but also significant […]

By | 2017-05-12T20:19:03+00:00 January 12th, 2016|FG Projects|
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