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The City We Imagined/The City We Made
The Architectural League presentsThe City We Imagined/The City We Made: New New York 2001-2010
An exhibition about architecture, planning, and development in New  York since 2001
On view at 250 Hudson Street (Entrance on Dominick Street) in Hudson  Square May 8–June 26, 2010 Exhibition hours: Wednesday-Sunday, Noon-7 pm Free admission
The City We Imagined/The City We Made: New New York  2001-2010 is the sixth in an ongoing series of Architectural League  exhibitions about contemporary architecture in New York City.  This  installment takes as its subject the design, planning, and building of  New York in the first decade of the twenty-first century.  Beginning in  2001, an array of powerful forces converged to dramatically transform  large portions of the city.  The events of September 11, the policies  and priorities of the Bloomberg Administration, the volatile ups and  downs of the global and local economies, advances in material and  construction technologies, and a new interest among the public in  leading edge architecture all combined to reshape New York in ways that  we may not fully grasp for decades to come. 
Review in New York Magazine
I was in the Photo Corps and have a few images in this show. I’m not sure it congealed successfully as an exhibition, but the process was a hell of a lot of fun.
  1. The City We Imagined/The City We Made

    The Architectural League presents
    The City We Imagined/The City We Made: New New York 2001-2010

    An exhibition about architecture, planning, and development in New York since 2001

    On view at 250 Hudson Street (Entrance on Dominick Street) in Hudson Square
    May 8–June 26, 2010
    Exhibition hours: Wednesday-Sunday, Noon-7 pm
    Free admission

    The City We Imagined/The City We Made: New New York 2001-2010 is the sixth in an ongoing series of Architectural League exhibitions about contemporary architecture in New York City.  This installment takes as its subject the design, planning, and building of New York in the first decade of the twenty-first century.  Beginning in 2001, an array of powerful forces converged to dramatically transform large portions of the city.  The events of September 11, the policies and priorities of the Bloomberg Administration, the volatile ups and downs of the global and local economies, advances in material and construction technologies, and a new interest among the public in leading edge architecture all combined to reshape New York in ways that we may not fully grasp for decades to come.
     

    Review in New York Magazine

    I was in the Photo Corps and have a few images in this show. I’m not sure it congealed successfully as an exhibition, but the process was a hell of a lot of fun.

  1. Timestamp: Thursday 2010/06/17 22:12:00