The decision to rebuild Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the most famous library of all time, was announced in 1989 with the Norwegian architects Snøhetta winning the open international competition for its design.
Our first visit to the new MoMA QNS, designed by Michael Maltzan, was a lucky double bill of architecture and art. By Kirsten Kiser, Editor-In-Chief.
The Museum of Modern Art moved to its temporary quarters in Long Island City, Queens in June 2002, awaiting the completion of a major expansion of its Midtown Manhattan space, by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, scheduled for completion by 2005.
The Condé Nast Cafeteria is located on the fourth floor of the Condé Nast Publishing Headquarters designed by Fox & Fowle Architects at Four Times Square in New York City.
With the move to this dynamic new building, the first free-standing home for the Center's pioneering programming, the CAC will become one of the most centrally located contemporary arts institutions in the USA.