In July 2014, the Museum of Arts and Design inaugurates NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial, an exhibition that spotlights the creative communities thriving across the five boroughs today. The first exhibition to be organized under the leadership of MAD’s new Director Glenn Adamson, NYC Makers showcases the work of 100 makers—highly inventive artisans, artists, and designers who create objects or environments through exquisite workmanship and skill.
Lindsey Adelman Studio workshop.
Video by Lauren Coleman
"Piecework" is at the American Design show at the Mona Bismarck American Center during Paris Designer's Days, curated by Jacques Barret.
34 avenue de New York, Paris, May 19-25
Large-scale installations of Agnes and Knotty Bubbles on view.
530 Fifth Avenue between 44th & 45th, New York City
Hours 10am-6pm May 17-20
New works shown at BDDW for Design Week, including the Bubble Chain collection, Spike&Thorn chandelier, and Branching collection.
BDDW, 5 Crosby Street, New York City, May 17-22
The Totem collection debuts in New York at The Future Perfect. These light sculptures were created in an edition of 3 unique pieces in 2014, exclusive to The Future Perfect. Totem brings together a mix of materials from brass to glass. Each element of Totem stacks to create a limitless design concept of vertical sculpture.
55 Great Jones street, New York City, May 16-21
New works shown with BDDW in their VIP lounge at the second annual Collective Design Fair. Launching Line Light designed by Mary Wallis for Lindsey Adelman Studio.
Skylight at Moynihan Station, 360 West 33rd Street, New York City, May 8-11