TEI is committed to enriching the experience of our properties through the Art-in-Buildings Program, an innovative approach that brings contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists to non-traditional exhibition spaces in the interest of promoting artists, expanding the audience for art, and creating a more interesting environment for our building occupants, residents, and their guests.
Since 2006, the Art-in-Buildings Program has curated a rotating exhibition space of contemporary art in the lobby of 55 Fifth Avenue. Exhibitions have included works by local, national, and international artists including Andrea Juan, Kate Gilmore, Diana Kingsely, Fischli & Weiss, Michael Najjar, Lincoln Schatz, Kip Frace Jacob, Jon Isherwood, Ron Klein, Seth Chwast, Barbara Edelstein, and Tadaaki Kuwayama. These exhibitions span all media from painting to sculpture to cutting-edge digital interactive technologies.
In addition to exhibitions, Art-in-Buildings maintains a series of semi-permanent installations in the elevator lobbies and corridors of each floor including works by LaToya Ruby Fraizer, Deborah Kass, Alain Kirili, Greg Lindquist, Kenneth Noland, Morgan O'Hara, Robert Swain, and Larry Zox, among many others.
For more information, please contact Jennie Lamensdorf at email@example.com.
OPENING OCTOBER 1, 6-8PM
Derived from a recent series of drawings based on repeated abstract forms placed in meticulous rows and columns, Spreadsheet attempts a similar strategy in a 3-dimensional manifestation.
Doublerama and Adagiorama, 2013 - 2014
site specific illuminated wall painting and video
Primary Forces: Devils Churn (2010), Path (2008), Toss (2010), and Saguaro (2010)
Four videos examining the relationship between the natural and built environment and the moments when the two collide.
on view March - May 2013
on view spring 2012 - spring 2013
video loop, color, 6:48minutes
A nuanced, diary-like record of Keeling’s 2012 residency at Omi International Arts Center.
On view April - December 2012
On view 2010 - 2012
Blue Diamond, 2008
On view 2009 - 2010
Fischli & Weiss
The Way Things Go, 1987
On view 2007 - 2008