“125 Icons: A Celebration of Works by Pratt Alumni and Faculty 1887–2012”

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Photograph: Courtesy Pratt Manhattan Gallery
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Photograph: Courtesy Therme Vals
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Photograph: Courtesy Hagley Museum and Library
Marc Harrison, DLC-X Cuisinart Food Processor
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Photograpgh: Copyright Joseph Szabo and Gitterman Gallery
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Photograph: Courtesy Move Collective
Karim Rashid, bobble
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Photograph: Copyright 2011 General Motors LLC. Used with Permission
John Cafaro, Corvette C5 (1999 model)
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Photograph: Copyright Ellsworth Kelly. Courtesy The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Ellsworth Kelly, Blue Green Yellow Orange Red
Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Greenwich Village Monday January 14 2013 11:00 - 18:00
The Chrysler Building, Sesame Street’s Big Bird, even the Dunkin’ Donuts logo—the achievements of former Pratt Institute students are everywhere in modern life. The exhibit, staged for the school’s 125th anniversary, surveys examples both glamorous and commonplace, from John Cafaro’s Corvette C5 sports car to the classic Scrabble board game, which unemployed architect Alfred Mosher Butts created during the Great Depression.
Venue name: Pratt Manhattan Gallery
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Address: 144 W 14th St
second floor
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Cross street: between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 11am–6pm
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