She raises chickens, lives in the desert and wears the same outfit for months. How could you not want to know more about Andrea Zittel? The maven of melding design, sustainability and fashion in the name of smart living is the subject of a current exhibition at the New Museum. On May 18, Cameron Sinclair, who you’ll remember from such hits as Architecture for Humanity, will discuss Zittel’s modular and mobile living units.
Special Insights: Gallery Talks
May 18, 2006
6:30 to 8pm
New Museum of Contemporary Art
556 West 22nd Street at Eleventh Avenue
RSVP in advance to Danielle Patane at 212.219.1222 x215 or dpatane(AT)newmuseum(DOT)org.
Arrive early to see Zittel’s exhibition “Andrea Zittel: Critical Space,” which closes May 27. You can also join the Andrea Zittel Book Club, with its last meeting on May 10.