Posts Tagged With Cooper-Hewitt

Eddie Opara visits College of Design!

Eddie Opara, a well-established designer whose work spans all 5 of the different practices we have learned, detailed “what the hell he does on a daily basis” and the hierarchy that fuels the intention behind his work in his lecture about many of his projects. His hierarchy lies in 9 different categories: neutral, variable, adaptive,…

Ellen Lupton Cooper-Hewitt work

The final piece that I selected for Ellen Lupton’s portfolio is a recent example of her talents in curation. The work is Beauty—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial and is the fifth installment in the museum’s contemporary design series. It was co-curated by Andrea Lipps in 2016. This was a very extensive exhibit that showcased the design of over…

Ellen Lupton work

The first portfolio piece that I have chosen to represent Ellen Lupton’s body of work is one of her most noted exhibitions for Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, “Mechanical Brides: Women and Machines from Home to Office,” which was completed in 1992. This exhibition was developed to highlight the transition of women from the home to the…