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  • Past Futures, Present, Futures
    new york NEW YORK

    Few cities occupy the public imagination like the island of Manhattan. From cinema and literature to architecture and real estate, New York City exists as a palimpsest of layered dreams and schemes, desires and delusions. Past Futures, Present, Futures presents 101 unrealized proposals for New York City, dating from its formation to today with 101 reenactments by invited artists, architects, writers and policy-makers to create alternative visions for the present and future of the city. . . .
    The exhibition is curated by Eva Franch with Chialin Chou and Greg Barton, designed by Leong Leong with graphic design by Project Projects.

    “Past Futures, Present, Futures”
    Friday, 10/05–11/27
    Storefront for Art and Architecture
    97 Kenmare Street
    New York, NY 10012

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  • Transport
    new york NEW YORK

    Press Release: “Transport” was commissioned by the Architectural League of New York for their annual Beaux Arts Ball event. Given the theme of transportation and the site of the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal, Leong Leong in collaboration with Jimi- nie Ha created a landscape of mutant cargo and shifting hues of color. The existing terminal, designed by architect Cas Gilbert in 1918, was transformed from a monumental industrial space into a series of atmospheric enclaves. Three separate environments created an episodic experience around eating, drinking, and dancing. Milk-crates shrink wrapped into ambiguous shapes clustered to form areas for gathering and socializing while a cloud of 400 UV lights illuminated the dance floor.

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  • NPNY 2010 Exhibition
    new york NEW YORK

    Exhibition July 15 – October 23, 2010
    Opening: July 15 6-8pm
    The Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, NYC

    New Practices New York 2010 is the third biennial juried competition and exhibition sponsored by the AIA New York Chapter. It serves as a platform to recognize and promote new, innovative and emerging architecture firms within New York City that have utilized unique and commendable strategies – both is the projects they undertake and the practices they have established.

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  • new practices new york 2010
    new york NEW YORK

    With its third biennial New York portfolio competition, the New Practices Committee of the AIA New York Chapter is thrilled to recognize seven promising and innovative new architecture firms. These young firms—each has been founded since 2004—will be featured in an exhibition and programming at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, throughout the summer and fall, and will be featured in 2011 in an exhibition in São Paolo.

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  • turning pink
    new york NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    Leong Leong: The temporary installation for the W/ Project Space in New York’s Chinatown completed by LEONG LEONG is the latest in a series of projects that explore the translation of a legible figure into a continuous visual field. From the street, the installation appears as a glowing, enigmatic box, its contents and purpose unknown. Once inside all reference
    to the boundaries of the gallery are obscured by a five-sided figure made of rigid building insulation.

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  • turning pink
    new york NEW YORK

    TURNING PINK W/ LEONG LEONG
    Opening Reception/
    Asian Flush!
    Thursday
    May 27, 2010
    7:30-9:30PM

    May 24–June 6, 2010
    Open Tuesday,
    Wednesday, & Thursday
    3PM–8PM
    Open Monday & Friday
    by appointment
    917.262.0027

    W/ ———––
    141 Division Street
    New York NY 10002

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