92Y Design, Art
and Fashion Fall 2009
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The 92nd Street Y looks at design and fashion this fall. They consider innovators old and new Ron Arad, Arne Jacobsen, Sergei Diaghilev; we discuss real world fashion with Stacy London; and we examine high fashion with Isaac Mizrahi, Ashley Olsen, Robin Givhan and Cindi Leive.
Thu, Sep 17, 8:15 pm - DIALOGUES with DESIGN LEGENDS | RON ARAD
The subject of a show right now at the Museum of Modern Art, Arad is known for his sculptural, sensual designs and use of innovative materials and technology.
Sun, Oct 4, 7:30 pm - STACY LONDON
Body, weight and appearance are demons that beset millions of women. London, co-host of What Not to Wear, and herself a veteran of the weight wars, shows how style and fashion are available to every woman.
Tue, Oct 13, 7 pm DISSECTING ARNE JACOBSEN
Considered one of Denmark's most influential architects and designer, Arne Jacobsen combines modernism with a Nordic feel for nature. Architech MARC B. SPECTOR talks with journalist MICHAEL KAMINER about Jacobsen and hislegacy.
Wed, Oct 21, 8 pm - THE FUTURE OF WOMEn's FASHION with ISAAC MIZRAHI, ROBIN GIVHAN and ASHLEY OLSEN; moderated by CINDI LEIVE
Yes, you read that right. Ashley Olsen is coming to the Y.
Sun, Oct 25, 4 pm - SERGEI DIAGHILEV: THE MAN WHO CHANGED THE WORLD OF ART
Before he revolutionized ballet, Sergei
Diaghilev (along with Alexandre Benois
Tue, Nov 3, 8:15 pm - DIALOGUES with DESIGN LEGENDS | KARIM RASHID and GAETANO PESCE
Rashid creates playful, colorful designs with oddball technolgies; Pesce is a conceptualist at the forefront of Italian Postmodernism. What do they have to say to each other? Former House and Garden editor MARTIN FILLER moderates a talk.
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