A three part exhibition on the legacy of Robert Moses conducted jointly with the Wallach Gallery of Columbia University and the Museum of the City of New York. On exhibit at the Queens Museum until May 13, 2007.
In the latest issue of the Regional Plan Association’s Spotlight on the Region newsletter, editor Alex Marshall has an outstanding essay responding to the recent burst of Robert Moses revisionism. An excerpt: It all comes down to capacity. Like many people of his generation, I’m convinced, Moses essentially didn’t understand the different capabilities of […]
Today is the last day to see the exhibition Robert Moses and the Modern City at the Queens Museum, which opened way back on January 28.
When you hear the words "car culture," what — or where — do you think of? The freeways of Los Angeles? The factories of Detroit? With its new show, "Cars, Culture and the City," the Museum of the City of New York attempts to retell the history of the automobile with New York City at […]
Okay, so the question comprising the title of this post sounds naive enough to border on rhetorical. But in light of the city’s current development climate, it takes a stronger resolve than mine to read "Power Broken," by NYU’s Thomas Bender, without wondering which side of the fence to come down on. Published in the latest edition of […]
Today is the last day to visit the exhibit Robert Moses and the Modern City at the Wallach Gallery, which opened way back on January 30.