Catch these events in September and October
edited by Jen DeRose -- Interior Design, 8/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
In its Gyroscope series,the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., re-cycles art from the permanent collection in temporary thematic exhibitions. This year, the recycling goes one step further: Featured work by Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, and Man Ray is all made from repurposed materials. Broken plastic toys compose Tony Cragg's New Figuration, 1985. October 30–January 1; 202-633-1000; hirshhorn.si.edu.
Ceramic sculptures and prints by an art professor at the University of Washington, Seattle, are traveling south for the fall. At the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe, "Between Clouds of Memory: Akio Takamori, A Mid-Career Survey"covers a 30-year period through 42 sculptures, culminating with his stoneware Karak from 2005. September 9–January 14; 480-965-2787; asuartmuseum.asu.edu.
When the Los Angeles Asian & Tribal Art Showdebuted in 1991, it included only regional galleries. Since then, the annual fair has grown to include 65 international participants presenting furniture, textiles, and jewelry, with a preview night benefiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Southern Asian Art Council. Shibui Japanese Antiques is showing this late 19th-century lacquered altar. September 30–October 2; 310-455-2866; caskeylees.com.
Jan Peter Van Doorn and Bert Jan Van Egteren are the painter-pioneers behind Amsterdam's De Kunstfabriek. With a name that means "the art factory," this gallery sells modestly priced paintings based on digital photography. Among the 30 examples in "The Immortal Goldfish"is an oil on canvas, Goldfuish. September 4–October 4; 31-20-488-9430; dekunstfabriek.com.
Miami's Moore Space, an experimental venue that operates out of Design District premises donated by developer Craig Robins, is putting a new spin on fiber media. "Hanging by a Thread"explores weaving, quilting, and papier-mâchéin pieces by 25 artists, among them Rowena Dring, Kent Henrickson, Frances Trombly, and Orly Cogan, who hand-stitched embroidery on vintage linen for her Allegory, 2005. September 8–October 28; 305-438-1163; themoorespace.org.
"Jack Youngerman: Recent Drawings"
Through September 26
Drawing Room, East Hampton, New York; 631-324-5016; drawingroom-gallery.com.
"Silk & Leather: Splendid Attire of 19th-Century Central Asia"
September 2–February 26
Textile Museum, Washington, D.C.; 202-667-0441; textilemuseum.org.
Promosedia: 29th International Chair Exhibition
Udine Fiere, Torreano di Martignacco, Italy; 39-0432-745611; promosedia.it.
"Bill Armstrong: Apparition"
September 8–October 22
Clampart, New York; 646-230-0020; clampart.com.
Abitare II Tempo
Quartiere Fieristico di Verona, Italy; 602-274-4929; abitareiltempo.com.
"Hiroshi Sugimoto: End of Time"
September 17–January 9
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; 81-3-5777-8600; mori.art.museum.
"Momentum 5: Paul Chan"
September 21–January 16
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; 617-266-5152; icaboston.org.
National Trade Centre, Toronto; 416-944-3350; iidexneocon.com.
Earls Court 2, London; 44-20-8910-7724; 100percentdesign.co.uk.
Royal Hospital Chelsea, London; 44-20-7833-3373; decorex.com.
Colette, Paris; 33-1-55-35-33-90; colette.fr.
International Art + Design Fair, 1900-2005
Seventh Regiment Armory, New York; 212-642-8572; haughton.com.
"In the Company of Old Masters: Julian Schnabel, Tina Barney, and Eve Sussman"
October 11–November 4
P.&D. Colnaghi and Co., London; 44-20-7491-7408; colnaghi.co.uk.
"In Search of Suburbia"
October 11–March 26
Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture, Barnet, U.K.; 44-20-8411-5244; moda.mdx.ac.uk.
"Sam Gilliam: A Retrospective"
October 15–January 22
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; 202-639-1700; corcoran.org.
"Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh"
October 15–February 5
De Young Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; 415-863-3330; famsf.org.
"Cyrilla Mozenter: More Saints Seen"
October 16–March 12
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut; 203-438-4519; aldrichart.org.
October 21–February 20
Neue Galerie New York; 212-628-6200; neuegalerie.org.
October 28–November 1
Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany; 773-326-9920; artcologne.com.
"Installation Series: Fabrice Gygi"
October 30–March 12
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California; 949-759-1122; ocma.net.