1. Hammocks at out installation Lots, the PXSTL performance space across from the Pulitzer Foundation on Washington Street in St Louis.  photo: Bruno David Gallery

    Hammocks at out installation Lots, the PXSTL performance space across from the Pulitzer Foundation on Washington Street in St Louis.  photo: Bruno David Gallery

  2. A Douglas DC-4E, only one of these aircraft were built, over Raymond Hood’s Daily News Building, 1939. From a great COLLECTION of photographs of old New York.

    A Douglas DC-4E, only one of these aircraft were built, over Raymond Hood’s Daily News Building, 1939. From a great COLLECTION of photographs of old New York.

  3. School of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of São Paulo, known as FAU,  opened in 1969 by João Batista Vilanova Artigas.

    via: Plataforma Arquitectura  Subtilitas & Archisquare

  4. Brooklyn from the 1980s
A collection of 262,624 photographs taken by the Department of Finance.

    Brooklyn from the 1980s

    A collection of 262,624 photographs taken by the Department of Finance.

  5. My Brooklyn takes a close look at the guiding forces behind Brooklyn’s gentrification, from the highly personal perspective of documentary filmmaker (and self-identifying gentrifier), Kelly Anderson. Pivoting around Anderson’s and producer Allison Lirish Dean’s investigation of redevelopment efforts for downtown Brooklyn’s Fulton Mall, the documentary carefully considers both the personal and historical factors behind gentrification’s economic shifts, outlining (if not simplifying) the complexity of the gentrification debate.  My Brooklyn trailer 

    My Brooklyn takes a close look at the guiding forces behind Brooklyn’s gentrification, from the highly personal perspective of documentary filmmaker (and self-identifying gentrifier), Kelly Anderson. Pivoting around Anderson’s and producer Allison Lirish Dean’s investigation of redevelopment efforts for downtown Brooklyn’s Fulton Mall, the documentary carefully considers both the personal and historical factors behind gentrification’s economic shifts, outlining (if not simplifying) the complexity of the gentrification debate.  My Brooklyn trailer 

  6. Drawings from Freehand Drawing taught by Michael Webb, Gia Wolff, and John Hartmann

    Cooper Union’s 2014 End of Year Show  |  May 27 - June 13

    Opening Tuesday, May 27,  5 - 9pm

    Located in The Foundation Building, 7 East 7th Street, and 41 Cooper Square.  Exhibition Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12 - 7pm 

  7. photo: Erich Vieth
Traces
Select Grand Center Arts Academy dance students led by Chivas Merchant Buckman and Danielle Sampson performed a new work for the opening of Lots, the PXSTL performance space across from the Pulitzer Foundation.

    photo: Erich Vieth

    Traces

    Select Grand Center Arts Academy dance students led by Chivas Merchant Buckman and Danielle Sampson performed a new work for the opening of Lots, the PXSTL performance space across from the Pulitzer Foundation.

  8. PXSTL: Lots Opening TONIGHT - 7-9pm at 3719 Washington Blvd, STL

    PXSTL: Lots Opening TONIGHT - 7-9pm at 3719 Washington Blvd, STL

  9. Photos from the first-year Freehand Drawing course at the Cooper Union taught by Michael Webb and John Hartmann.  Guest Critics: Sue Gussow, Lucky DeBellevue, Gia Wolff, and Sarah Jones.

  10. photo by David Carson - St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Page A3 - May 6, 2014
Encouraging  ’Lots’ of Interest at Pulitzer Foundation 
Eric Fox (left) and Shane Simmons, chief of installation for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, install fabric panels on a structure in a vacant lot across the street from the Pulitzer on Monday. The structure is a part of “Lots”, a site-specific installation designed by Freecell that encourages active audience engagement through a temporary construction composed of a platform, canopy, and fabric. The space will be open to the public from Friday through October 5.

    photo by David Carson - St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Page A3 - May 6, 2014

    Encouraging  ’Lots’ of Interest at Pulitzer Foundation 

    Eric Fox (left) and Shane Simmons, chief of installation for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, install fabric panels on a structure in a vacant lot across the street from the Pulitzer on Monday. The structure is a part of “Lots”, a site-specific installation designed by Freecell that encourages active audience engagement through a temporary construction composed of a platform, canopy, and fabric. The space will be open to the public from Friday through October 5.

  11. PXSTL tee shirt with a Freecell graphic…available in St Louis.

    PXSTL tee shirt with a Freecell graphic…available in St Louis.

  12. Progress shot…next come the sails.  Opening May 9.

    Progress shot…next come the sails.  Opening May 9.

  13. Craning in the steel structure for PXSTL in St Louis.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at the opening on May 9.

    Craning in the steel structure for PXSTL in St Louis.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at the opening on May 9.

  14. A new sign in St.Louis - PXSTL - The site is busy in preparation for our project’s opening on May 9.

    A new sign in St.Louis - PXSTL - The site is busy in preparation for our project’s opening on May 9.

  15. Axonometric of Helical Stairway part of The Sin Centre (1962), Michael Webb.  Read an interview with Michael from late 2010 HERE.

    Axonometric of Helical Stairway part of The Sin Centre (1962), Michael Webb.  Read an interview with Michael from late 2010 HERE.