‘Platform’ Offers Critical Perspective on NYC Landmarks

‘Platform’ Offers Critical Perspective on NYC Landmarks

July 23, 2014

The 50th anniversary of the World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, this year sparked new debate about the future of the iconic New York State Pavilion. It’s one of four sites around New York city explored in Platform Project 2014, a collaborative broadsheet authored by 21 SVA Design Research and Writing Summer Intensive participants, with critic-editor-curator Mimi Zeiger (@loudpaper) and designer Neil Donnelly.

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Recap: MFA Art Practice Hosts ‘Alternative Economies’ Discussion

Recap: MFA Art Practice Hosts ‘Alternative Economies’ Discussion

July 21, 2014

On Tuesday, July 17, MFA Art Practice hosted “Alternative Economies,” a panel discussion exploring social and creative practices that challenge the status quo. The panel was moderated by Ben Davis, senior writer for artnet News.

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Q&A with SVA’s Mark Tribe on His ‘Plein Air’ Exhibition at the Corcoran

Q&A with SVA’s Mark Tribe on His ‘Plein Air’ Exhibition at the Corcoran

July 18, 2014

SVA’s MFA Fine Arts Chair Mark Tribe presents new work in a solo exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. SVA Close Up caught up with Tribe to discuss Plein Air, which is on view through late September and marks his first major solo museum exhibition. Continue Reading…