On View> MoMA presents “Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture”

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A model of the Torus House in Old Chatham, New York, by Preston Scott Cohen.

A model of the Torus House in Old Chatham, New York, by Preston Scott Cohen. (Courtesy MoMA, Preston Scott Cohen)

Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture
Museum of Modern Art
The Robert Menschel Architecture and Design Gallery
11 West 53rd Street, New York
Through March 6, 2016

The Museum of Modern Art pays homage to the single-family home in Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture, a rich exhibition comprised of photographs, drawings, video, installations, and architectural models from MoMA’s collection.

The House without Rooms by Raimund Abraham, 1974.

The House without Rooms by Raimund Abraham, 1974. (Courtesy MoMA, © 2015 Raimund Abraham)

It showcases the artistic endeavors of both architects and artists alike with works that span seven decades. Intriguing house designs—ranging from historical projects by Mies van der Rohe, Frank Gehry, Peter Eisenman, and Rem Koolhaas, to new acquisitions from Smiljan Radic and Asymptote Architecture—are juxtaposed with visions from artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Bruce Nauman, Mario Merz, and Rachel Whiteread. The inspiration for the exhibit’s name is Frederick Kiesler’s “Endless House,” shown in the 1960 MoMA show Visionary Architecture.

Frederick Kiesler's Endless House.

Frederick Kiesler’s Endless House. (Photo credit: George Barrows; Courtesy MoMA)

Installation view of Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art, June 27, 2015–March 6, 2016

Installation view of Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art, June 27, 2015–March 6, 2016. (Photo Credit: Jonathan Muzikar, © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art.)

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