Susan Morris

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Review> 2014 Armory Art Week Improved With the Help of Architecture

With the plethora of contemporary art on view in New York during Armory Arts week, it has been instructive to note the contribution by architects to the design of these temporary exhibition spaces, and the use of interesting architectural spaces. The fairs are often held in structures originally used for…
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Elizabeth Duffy, Apartment 2B by Susan Morris

  Elizabeth Duffy & Cheryl Yun: Apartment 2B dm contemporary NYC 39 East 29th Street, 2nd Floor New York Ended March 15, 2014 On the 2nd floor of a luxury 34-story highrise between Madison & Park avenues designed by architect H. Thomas O’Hara is a gallery called dm contemporary…
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Review> 2014 Sundance Film Festival

“The future never existed, only the present.”—Paolo Soleri in Doug Aitken’s The Source At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival last month, visitors were constantly reminded of architecture. The introductory bumper played before every single screened film featured a digitally-mapped projection on the facade of the Egyptian Theater, an art…
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Must See TV> PBS Explores the World’s Super Skyscrapers

PBS's four-part TV series, Super Skyscrapers, deals with uber-high buildings around the world. It is rare to follow the process of constructing a building, let alone a monster-sized one. Yet here, a special characteristic of each of the four skyscrapers is highlighted within the context of maximum height: One World…