May 2015

Frank Jania EE’98 was interviewed by QueerPeopleOfTech  Read Here

Athena DeNivo CE’94 and Gary Marcus CE’96 presented at the ASCE Met Section Geotechnical Group 39th Annual One-Day Seminar – Deep Excavations and Deep Foundations.

Matthew Brandt A’02, has an exhibit at the Getty Museum which is receiving great reviews!  Learn More

April 2015

Daniel Libeskind AR’70 has an outdoor installation in Italy titled “Future Flowers.” It is part of the 2015 Milan Design Week. On view through May 24. Learn More

March 2015

Daniel Lepek ,ChE ‘04, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture and do research at Graz University of Technology in Austria during the 2015-2016 academic year. This award is sponsored and generously funded by the U.S. Department of State, J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, Graz University of Technology, and the Austrian-American Education Commission.
During his time at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz), Professor Lepek will be teaching and enhancing the quality of engineering education in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering Program, as well as collaborating on new nanopharmaceutical process and product development research in the interdisciplinary research institute, Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering (RCPE GmbH).

Emilie Gossiaux, A’14, is mentioned as a consultant to Swim, a theater work for blind and sighted audiences by celebrated theater artist Robert Whitman for Peak Performances @ Montclair State (NJ).  Learn More


February 2015

Daniel Libeskind AR’70, appears in this video as he hosts a private tour through the new conference center in Mons, Belgium.

Joseph Goldstein AR ’86 and JG Architects have an exhibit in the President’s Gallery at the Fashion Institute opening on February 10 and continuing until October 22, 2015. The exhibit celebrates 15 years of architecture works. Opening reception is at 5 PM. Location is the 9th floor of FIT building on north side of 27th Street between 7th Avenue and 8th Avenue.

Paul Garin A’82, Doug Ashford A’81, Gilly Youner A’82 and CU professors Hans Haccke and Arthur Corwin in photo exhibit at Max Fish. Black & White Photo Exhibit, “Buy Art, Save the Internet — NAME.SPACE v ICANN Showdown in Court” opens at the new MAX FISH located at 120 Orchard Street (Delancy/Rivington)
Sunday, February 8th. The opening is from 7:00 to10:00 PM on 2/8/15.
There will be a silent auction of photos with the proceeds going to support the lawsuit brought by paul Garin to support For more information about the cause, see

January 2015

Ken Schles A’82 has an  exhibit,”KEN SCHLES INVISIBLE CITY/NIGHT WALK 1983-1989,”January 29th 6-8pm.

Exhibit runs through March 14, 2015

41 East 57th Street, suite 1406
New York, New York 10022

Ken is featured in a piece written by Andy Battaglia in the Wall Street Journal.

Philip Taaffe A’77 has a solo exhibition at Luhting Augustine gallery in Bushwick at 25 Knickerbocker Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Jan 17 – Apr 26, 2015

Paul Thek A’54 has a solo exhibition,”Ponza and Roma” at Alexander and Bonin gallery. the exhibit showcases his drawings that were made in Italy in the 1970s.
The gallery is located on Tenth Avenue between 18th and 19th streets in Chelsea
132 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

December 2014

Donald Gialanella A’79 was interviewed by Ella Watson for Stephanostudios blog

Edward Gormley AR ’90 participated in the wreath exhibition at Central Park Gallery and appears in this video “Central Park Exhibit Features Wreaths Made of Smarties, Origami and Even a Toilet Seat,”

Paul Garrin A’82 and Margaret Matz AR’83 are working on Micro-grid project with The Two Bridges Neighborhood Council.

Daniel Libeskind AR ’70 is part of a group exhibition, Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association, at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MO. The exhibit lasts until January 4, 20

November 2014

 Nicky Enright A’96 was featured in a story in the Wall Street Journal story titled, A New York Artist Who Makes Money — Literally on Nov. 11, 2014.

A video of Dan Libeskind AR’70 ‘s Vanke Pavillion in Milan is psted on ArchDaily.

Yael Erel AR ’02 has an exhibition,” Light-scapes,” at the Schenectady Museum of Innovation and Science, Schenectady, NY October 4, 2014-January 4, 2015.
There will be an Artist talk and reception on December 6, 2014

Murray Legge AR ’90 recently created a light installation along the Waller Creek in Austin, TX. This article has a description of the event and photos. “Creek Show shines a light on Austin’s Waller Creek,” The Architect’s Newspaper blog, November 19, 2014.Creek Show shines a light on Austin’s Waller Creek – A/N Blog

Taylor Knoblock, ChE’11 was a panelist at the AICHE Career event held at NYU Polytechnic on 11/21/14.

Kim Holleman A’95 spoke on Friday, 11/21/14 about her artwork, and her work with the Social Computing Group at MIT Media Lab,The Office for Creative Research, 111 Bowery, #3, New York, NY 10002

Atelier Alter (Yingfan Zhang AR’06) is the architect for a Senior Center in Guangxi, China. There are multiple photos in this article. “Atelier Alter Translates bamboo into Double Façade for Senior Center,”, November 10, 2014.

Murray Legge AR ’90 recently created a light installation along the Waller Creek in Austin, TX. This article has a description of the event and photos. “Creek Show shines a light on Austin’s Waller Creek,” The Architect’s Newspaper blog, November 19, 2014. Creek Show shines a light on Austin’s Waller Creek – A/N Blog

Taylor Knoblock, ChE’11 was a panelist at the AICHE Career event held at NYU Polytechnic on 11/21/14.

Kim Holleman A’95 spoke on Friday, 11/21/14 about her artwork, and her work with the Social Computing Group at MIT Media Lab,The Office for Creative Research, 111 Bowery, #3, New York, NY 10002

October 2014

Devin Kenny A’09 is in the group exhibition, TL;DR, at ArtSpace in New Zealand, October 9 through November 8, 2014. Devin Kenny will do a performance piece on October 11.

Leonard Meiselman A’56 is in the group exhibition, The Dilemma of Memory: Maine Artists and the Holocaust, at the Holocaust and Human Rights Center at the University of Maine, Augusta, through December 3.

Alex Kwartler A’02 has a one person exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, October 15 through November 26, 2014 at 41 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10012. Opening Reception: Wednesday October 15, 6-8PM

Bill Morrison A’89 has a film exhibition at MOMA titled, Compositions. Compositions is a retrospective of films by Bill Morrison A’89 presented as a flat-screen installation in the lobby at the Museum of Modern Art. The exhibit includes more than two dozen shorts and feature films, along with three live film/musical performances
October 14 – March 31

Kim Holleman A’95 is part of the 5 Year Anniversary Exhibition opening tonight at Front Room Gallery! New works include sculptures using scientific glass recovered from the already iconic, nearby Domino Sugar Factory, just as demolition was beginning. Oct 10 – Nov 2
Opening Reception: Fri, October 10th 7-9pm, Outdoor Art Festival: Saturday October 11th, 1-6 PM.

Basar Girit AR’05, Aleksey Lukyanov AR’05, Wes Rozen AR’05, and Bradley Samuels AR’05, were interviewed for “Emerging Voices 2014” by the Architectural League of New York. This is an insightful article where each of the Situ Studio partners share their views on the firm, their recent projects and their methods of collaboration.

Sean Khorsandi AR ’04 was one of the speakers at “Brutal Legacy: A Conversation about Paul Rudolph and his Endangered Masterwork,” held at the Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, on September 28, 2014.

Anthony Titus AR’98 has a solo exhibition titled “Surface Mining,” at Cornell University School of Architecture Art Planning, Itaca, NY, The exhibit includes both paintings and sculpture. September 29 – October 22, 2014.

The first New York solo exhibition of the work of Bill Lynch A’82 was on view at White Columns through October 25. The show is curated by Verne Dawson A’80.

Donald Gialanella A’79 was recently interviewed by Ella Watson of Stephano’s Fine Art Gallery.

Meredith Bergmann A’77 did a poetry reading at 3 PM, October 5, 2014 at Otto’s Shrunken Head, 538 E 14th St.
New York. Meredith Bergmann is a sculptor currently working on the FDR Hope Memorial for Roosevelt Island, NYC. Her poems and criticism have appeared in Barrow Street, Contemporary Poetry Review, Hudson Review, Light, The New Criterion, The Same, and the anthology Hot Sonnets. Her new chapbook, “A Special Education”, is available from… EXOT Books at She is poetry editor of the American Arts Quarterly.

The NY Times has a slideshow with pictures of the Aspen Museum designed by Shigeru Ban AR’84.

Nick Mauss, A’03 performed a ballet titled Inversions, during the Frieze Art Fair in London, October 15-18.

Cristina Ross AR’81 was in NYC on Thursday, October 30th for a DWR book launch event for the book, MidCentury Houses Today, written by Jeffrey Matz, Cristina Ross AR81, Michael Biondo, and Lorenzo Ottoviani. Location: DWR 57th Street Studio at 3rd Ave, 957 Third Ave.

Leonardo Drew A’85 has been featured in the important PBS series, “Art in the Twenty-first Century.”

Ariel Cotton A’13 was featured in the Huffington Post in an article titled, “Project 24: A Portrait Of Millennial Artist Ariel Cotton”

David Rios Ferreira A’04 and Christine Walia curated the show, (UN)MEDIATED. The artists include Jennifer Williams A’94, Felipe Baeza A’09, and Mitsuko Brooks A’05.
Location: Kunsthalle Projects in DUMBO. The Opening Reception Was Saturday November 1, 6-9 PM

Lois Swirnoff A’51 is part of the exhibit, AN ALBERS LEGACY opening on Saturday, Nov. 1st. This exhibit pulls together the work of ten artists who studied with An Albers at Yale and focuses on work they produced at this time.
Location: 57 W 57th Street, Suite 1206, NY, NY 10019

September 2014

Shigeru Ban AR’84 has been named a 2014 Asia Game Changer, by Asia Society.

Shigeru Ban AR’84 designed the Art Museum that recently opened in Aspen Colorado. The Museum was featured in a story on and photos were also published on the ArchDaily FaceBook page.

Shigeru Ban AR’84 is commended in this article in The New Yorker by Dana Goodyear.

Kim Holleman A’95 had an interactive public art installation at Brooklyn Bridge Park as part of The DUMBO Arts Festival. The Dumbo Arts Festival 2014 includes more than 400 exhibitors.

Columbia University Medical Center’s graduate program is a zig-zagging tower with a “study cascade” designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, which includes Elizabeth Diller AR’79 and Ricardo Scofidio AR’55.

Nandini Bagchee AR’93, Mike Essl A’96 and Jenny Lee A’87 are listed in “15 Notable Art Professors in New York City” by the Art Career Project.

Richard Sarles CE’67 is quoted extensively in this article about the Washington DC metro system.

Milton Glaser A’70 is featured a story that includes a video in The Guardian

Elizabeth Diller AR’79 is quoted in this NY Times article on the opening of the third phase of NY’s Highline.

Katerina Kourkoula AR’02/MAR’11 was a seminar leader for a design seminar held 9/8 – 9/12/14.

Alex Gorlin AR’78 work is featured in the Home and Garden Section of the NY Times.

Angela Hill A’08 is featured in a story in The Villager.

Avery Singer A’10 was profiled in Frieze.

Alexis Lenza CE’05 served on the jury for the 2014 Iron Designer challenge.

Jennifer Williams A’94 is a part of the exhibition, “Flux Density: Detroit,” at Whitdel Arts in Detroit, MI during The Mid America Print Council Print City 2014 Conference at Wayne State University, September 12 – October 18, 2014.

Sunnie Joh AR ’04 is featured in a story in Ravelin Magazine.

Fiyel Levent AR’03 was interviewed by Linda Longo for Enlightenment Magazine.

Clemens Poole, A’14, is curating a series of public art installations for the Arts Foundation Izolyatsia in Kyiv, Ukraine. The exhibit runs September 18 to October 12, 2014.

Tamar Ettun A’07 has a solo exhibition,” Performing Studio,” at Triangle Arts Association in Dumbo, Brooklyn, through September 28. PERFORMANCES on Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28 from 5–6pm in conjunction with DUMBO Arts Festival.

An article on Patricia Buckley Moss A’55, who was the first recipient of the CUAA’s Peter Cooper Public Service Award at Founder’s Day 2014. Was featured in an article in the Philadelphia Times Reporter.

Boris Rasin A’05 and Kenny Komer A’06 (Concerned New Yorkers) were part of a panel for Art in Odd Places on Governors Island on Saturday, September 13.

Abbott Miller A’85 (winner of Alumni Augustus St Gaudens Award for Art in 2009) profiled by fastcodesign.

Works of Lee Krasner A’29 are be part of an exhibit at The Jewish Museum opening on 9/12/2014. “From The Margins: Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, 1945 – 1952” opens on September 12, 2014 and runs through February 1, 2015 at The Jewish Musuem, 1109 5th Ave, NYC. Lee Krasner A’29, received the CUAA Augustus St-Gaudens Award in 1974.

Vladimir Belogolovsky AR ’96 gave the Curator’s talk at Universidad de Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina on September 4, 2014.
“Duck-Work,” by Sean Gaffney AR’12 and Christina Nguyen is included in “Urban Timber: From Seed to City” exhibition in Boston Society of Architect’s Space Gallery, Boston, MA. The exhibit runs through Sept. 30, 2014.