Publications of the work of Stuart Cohen and of Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker TOP

Books in which Cohen and Hacker or Stuart Cohen’s work is illustrated and/or discussed

Thirty Years of Emerging Voices: Ideas, Form, Resonance. The Architectural League of New York. 2015. pp. 51
Houses for All Regions: CRAN Residential Collection. Images Publishing, Australia. 2014. pp 54-59.
Traditional Architecture: Timeless Building for the Twenty-First Century. Rizzoli, New York. 2014. pp 188-189.
Visions of Seaside. Dhiru Thadani. Rizzoli, New York, 2013. pp 399-401.
Contemporary Renovations & Additions. Gary Takle and Emma Peacock. Think Publishing, Australia. 2012. pp 188-195.
Mark Cleary, ed., 200 Homes (Australia: Images Publishing Group) 2011.
Rosalie Wilson, ed., Dream Homes Chicago. (Dallas:Panache Partners, 2007). pp.66-71.
Robyn Beaver, ed., 100 More of the World’s Best Houses, Images Publishing, Australia 2005. Pp.160-163 and pp. 308-311.
Joan Kohn, It’s Your Bed and Bath, Bulfinch Press, NY, 2004. pp. 38-39, 78-79, 107.
Joan Kohn, It’s Your Kitchen, Bulfinch Press, NY, 2003. Front Cover, pp.76, 82, 103, 120, 136
Steven Brook, Seaside (Gretna: Pelican Publishing Co.,1995), p. 60
Photographs of the Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion at Seaside, Florida.
Richard Secton, Parallel Utopias (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995), p. 127.
Photograph and caption, the Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion at Seaside, Florida.
Peter Katz, The New Urbanism (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1994), p. 10.
Photographs of the Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion at Seaside, Florida.
Ruskin Street Pavilion designed with former partner Anders Nereim.
John Kurtich and Garret Eakin, Interior Architecture (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993), pp. 359-361. Photos and text on Carrigan Townhouse, Chicago.
David Mohney and Keller Easterling, editors., Seaside, Making a Town in America (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1991), pp. 150-161.
Drawings of Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion, Avery Bed and Breakfast, and Seaside/Patton Condominiums.
Bill Kraus, Contemporary Crafts for the Home (New York: Kraus Sikes,1988), p. 74.
Seaside Slat Chair designed by the author. Color Photo and Credit.
Akiko Bush, The Photography of Architecture: Twelve Views (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1987), p. 148. Two photographs of the 175 North Franklin Building are included.
Sharon Darling, Chicago Furniture: Art, Craft & Industry (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1984), pp. 344-45. Quoted on the relationship of furniture design to architecture.
Joanna Krotz, Renovations Style (New York: Villard Books, 1986), pp. 266-267. “Building Into the Backyard.”
Heinrich Klotz, Post Modern Visions (New York: Abberville Press, 1985), pp. 345-350. “Chicago” Townhouse. Photos.
Chicago Booth Festival (Chicago: Spertus Museum, 1994), p. 14, pp. 22-23 and p. 38.
The Turn of the Century House (Chicago: Renaissance Society, n.d.). At Press.
Revision der Moderne (Frankfurt: Deutsches Architektur Museum, 1986), p. 39. Photo.
Arquitectura de Chicago (Portugal:Gulbenkian Foundation, 1989), pp. 66-67. Catalogue of exhibit of Contemporary Chicago Architecture.
Emerging Voices (New York: Architectural League of New York/ Princeton Architectural Press, 1986), pp. 14-15.
New Chicago Architecture (Chicago: Rizzoli, 1981), pp. 29,49.55,69,84,103, 124-129.
Catalogue of exhibit at Museo di Castelvecchio, Verona, Italy.
The Presence of the Past: First International Exhibit of Architecture (Venice: La Biennale Di Venezia, 1980), pp. 120-122. Architectural Section.

Exhibitions of the architectural work of Stuart Cohen and Cohen & Hacker Architects TOP

Tang House in exhibit “At Home in Chicago.” Art Institute of Chicago, May-August, 1999.
“The Chicago Booth Festival: Architects Build Shelters for Sukkot,” Spertus Museum, Chicago, September 1994 to June 1995. Invited group exhibit. Project drawings and model were prepared for exhibition. The project was constructed full scale for the exhibit and was illustrated with an accompanying essay by the candidates in the catalogue of the exhibit. Cohen and Hacker’s drawings and model are now in the permanent collection of the Spertus Museum, Chicago. After the exhibit closed the Sukkot structures were offered for sale with the proceeds going to the Lakefront SRO Foundation. The firm’s Sukkot was one of two that were purchased. Reviews and notices of the exhibit:
Chicago Tribune, August 11, 1994.
Chicago Reader, Sept. 16, 1994.
Jerusalem Post, Sept. 19,1994.
Forward (New York city) Sept. 23, 1994.
JUF News October, 1994.
Skyline August 25, 1994.
Pioneer Press September 1, 1994.
Exhibit at North Shore Country Day School
“The Turn of The Century House,” Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago, February 1994. Invited exhibit. Work included in Catalogue.
“The Chicago Villa,” The Chicago Athenaeum. May 1994. Invited to participate in an exhibit of new Chicago area residential work.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” I-Space Gallery, Chicago, Fall 1994. Group show.
“Chicago Architecture & Design: 1923-1993,” The Chicago Art Institute, June 12- August 29, 1993. Architectural drawings from the Permanent Collection of the Chicago Art Institute.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” I-Space Gallery, Chicago, Fall 1993. Group Show.
“Half-time: A Celebration of 75 Years of Chicago Architecture,” The Arts Club of Chicago,1992. Invited exhibit.
“The Art of Building Cities,” Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago. July to August 1995. Invited exhibit organized by the Classical Architecture League.
“Real Furniture/Fake Furniture,” The Chicago Athenaeum, April 1992. Juried exhibit of furniture designed by Chicago artists, furniture designers and architects. Exhibited ladder-back library chair that opens into library steps.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” I-Space Gallery, Chicago, Fall 1992. Group Show.
“The Chicago Villa,” The Chicago Athenaeum. June 1990. Invited to participate in exhibit of new Chicago area residential work.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” Besty Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago, 1989.
“Arquitectura de Chicago,” Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal), 1989. Exhibit of recent Chicago architecture. The catalogue included illustrations of candidates work.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” Van Straaten Gallery, Chicago. 1988.
“Seaside Slat Chair,” Topeka-Kansas Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, November 1987. Juried exhibit of furniture designed by Chicago artists, architects, and furniture designers. Exhibited Deck/Garden Chair.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” Van Straaten Gallery, Chicago. 1987.
“150 Years of Chicago Architecture,” Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, 1985. Invited participate in curated exhibit of historical and contemporary Chicago architecture.
“Revision of the Modern,” International exhibit of Postmodern Architecture curated by Heinrich Klotz. Model of a Townhouse design by Stuart Cohen candidate was included. The exhibition was at the following institutions during 1985-1986:
Deutsches Architektur Museum (Frankfort).
Centre Pompidou (Paris).
National Museum of Art (Tokyo).
The model is now in the PERMANENT COLLECTION of the Deutsches Architektur Museum.
“Distinguished Building Award Winners, Chicago AIA,” Art Institute of Chicago. Sept.1984.
Adaptive Reuse of 175 N. Franklin Street, Chicago.
“The Idea of the Big.” Galley 400, Chicago 1986 1984. Julie Hacker drawing.
“Salute to Chicago Architecture,” Carson Pirie Scott & Co., Sept. 1984. Exhibit of contemporary Chicago architecture in the store.
Table designed by the Stuart Cohen won honorable mention in Progressive Architectures
Second International Furniture Competition exhibit at the Los Angeles Design Center, Los Angeles, March 1984.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” Art Institute of Chicago, 1983. Juried exhibit.
“Contemporary Chicago Architecture,” Gallery 200, Northern Illinois University. November 1982.
“Chicago Architectural Club Exhibit,” Art Institute of Chicago, 1982. Juried exhibit.
“Chicago Architects Design,” Art Institute of Chicago, 1982. Invited exhibit by the Museum’s Architecture Department,
“Window Room Furniture,” The Cooper Union Gallery, New York. 1981. Work included in catalogue.
“New Chicago Architecture,” Museo di Castelvecchio, Verona, Italy, Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, 1981. Invited exhibit of contemporary Chicago architecture.
“Chicago Architectural Club First Annual Exhibit,” Graham Foundation, Chicago, 1981.
Juried exhibit.
Architectural Work exhibited at the 1980 Venice Biennale. Cohen was one of 20 American architects selected by an international jury to exhibit work.
Work exhibited in the exhibition “American Architectural Alternatives,” Fall 1979.
Curated by Stanley Tigerman. London (at the Architectural Association), also exhibited, Paris, Amsterdam, Zurich, Rome, and Madrid.
Cohen’s project for the State Street Mall, Chicago, exhibited by the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, Summer 1979. Invited to do project for the exhibit, “Urban Open Spaces.”
“Cornell Architects in Chicago,” Glessner House, Chicago Architecture Foundation. June 1978.
Also exhibited at Cornell University, Hartell Gallery, Ithaca, New York. 1979.
“Viewpoints,” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. December,1978. Exhibit of “Chicago 7,” Townhouse model.
“Chicago 7” Graham Foundation, Chicago. May-June 1978. Townhouse model exhibit.
Mackenbach Model and Drawings, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago. September 1978. Exhibited in the AIA Awards exhibition.
Mouse Museum & Ray Gun Wing: Exhibition Pavilions.
In 1977 Cohen was invited to collaborate with the artist Claes Oldenburg on the construction of two exhibition pavilions based on designs by Oldenburg. Cohen prepared construction drawings for the structures. His drawings were included in the exhibition and were reproduced on the front and the back covers of the exhibition catalogue published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Cohen’s drawings and were included in Claudia Betti, Drawing, (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980), p. 5. These drawings are now in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. The Oldenburg designed structures, the “Mouse Museum and Ray Gun Wing” and Cohen’s drawings were exhibited at the following institutions:
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1977.
Phoenix Art Museum, 1977.
St. Louis Art Museum 1979.
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1978.
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1978.
Museum Ludwig, Cologne. 1979.
“The Exquisite Corpse” (group show) at the Walter Kelly Gallery, Chicago. December 17, 1977- Feb. 16, 1978. Design for a townhouse, included in the catalogue of the exhibition.
“Chicago Seven Plus 11,” Graham Foundation for the Arts. Chicago. 1978, exhibition of townhouses from Kelly Gallery show plus the winners of a townhouse competition.
“Drawings for a More Modern Architecture,” Drawing Center, New York. September 1977. Invited to participant in group show.
“Kindergarten Chats,” Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago. December 1976, model and drawing included in group show of work by the “Seven Chicago Architects.” Work included in the catalogue of the exhibition.
“Chicago Architects,” Work included in exhibit which included historical and contemporary architecture. Exhibited at the Following locations:
Cooper Union Gallery, New York . February 1976.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge. March 1976.
Time-Life Building Lobby, Chicago. May 1976.
Navy Pier, Chicago, June 1976.
Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago. August 1976.
“New Pluralism,” Bergman Gallery, The University of Chicago, December 1975. Invited participant in group show.
“Good-bye Five,” Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York, November 1975. Invited participant in group show.

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