Edwin Schlossberg
American designer
Edwin Schlossberg
Edwin Arthur Schlossberg, founder and principal of ESI Design, is an American designer, author and artist. He is the husband of Caroline Kennedy (the daughter of President John F. Kennedy), whom he married on July 19, 1986, and as the father of her three children. Schlossberg specializes in designing interactive, participatory experiences, beginning in 1977 with the first hands-on learning environment in the U.S. for the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
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JFK awards for 3 Iowa Supreme Court justices, US ambassador to Syria for 'doing what's right'
Fox News - almost 5 years
President John F. Kennedy's only surviving child is celebrating what would have been his 95th birthday this month by honoring three Iowa judges who were ousted after the court unanimously decided to legalize same-sex marriages. Caroline Kennedy will also recognize the U.S. ambassador to Syria who risked his life to support opponents of President Basher Assad's regime. Kennedy heads the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, which promotes the late president's memory and legacy. She is set to present the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Monday to former Iowa Chief Justice Marsha Ternus and justices David Baker and Michael Streit, all of whom were pushed off the bench in a 2010 retention vote that capped a contentious campaign. The three judges will receive a sterling silver ship's lantern symbolizing a beacon of hope. The award, which was designed by Kennedy's husband, Edwin Schlossberg, and crafted by Tiffany & Co., resembles ...
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The NC History Center takes a different view from nearby Tryon Palace - News & Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Under the guidance of Edwin Schlossberg and his firm, ESI Design, we find ourselves immersed in the details of an alternate history, discovering much as we proceed. The care even extends to reflections about the historian's knowledge. How do we know,
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MUSEUM REVIEW; History As Viewed From Below
NYTimes - over 5 years
NEW BERN, N.C. -- There are many ways to make history, but there can be few places where you can watch it being remade with as much intelligence and contrast as here, a North Carolina village that was at one time the state's capital. The juxtapositions are startling. What would the upper-crust 20th-century creators of Tryon Palace here think if
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Book Review: 'I Heart Design' - Los Angeles Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Take the selection by artist-designer Edwin Schlossberg (husband of Caroline Kennedy). He gushes about "I Object Defy Myself," his own 1964 copper relief that alludes to Jasper Johns' work of the same period in its use of stenciled letters
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Digest of Other White House Announcements [Daily Compilation of Presidential ... - TMC Net
Google News - almost 6 years
The President announced his intention to appoint Edwin Schlossberg as a member of the US Commission of Fine Arts. The President announced his intention to appoint Lesley Weiss as a member of the US Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage
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Celebrating Courage - Boston Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
By Inside Track First Daughter of Camelot Caroline Kennedy, right, joined by her hubby, Edwin Schlossberg, and their kids, Tatiana and Jack, partied with the rels, local pols and Profile in Courage winners last night at the Kennedy Library Foundation's
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Novias hermosas al estilo CH - El Universal.mx
Google News - almost 6 years
La modista venezolana lanzó su primera colección de moda en 1981, pero su prestigio creció cuando diseño el vestido de novia que usó Caroline, la hija mayor de John F. Kennedy, para su boda con Edwin Schlossberg, en 1986. Ese mismo año lanzó su primera
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Saving the Past - Huffington Post (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The museum was designed by Edwin Schlossberg, founder of ESI design in New York City (and incidentally, husband of Caroline Kennedy). He didn't want the museum to be a traditional one. "Museums have long been basically object-oriented
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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: FASHION DIARY; An Improbable Magazine From a Fashion Zelig
NYTimes - about 6 years
''It's radically improbable and the most practically impossible thing you could imagine,'' said Andre Walker, referring to Tiwimuta, a publication he refers to as an object-zine, as he hauled a new copy from his rucksack. ''I did it in ignorance, the way I do everything,'' he added. ''I never really know what's going on.'' This is far from the
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50 Years After the New Frontier Dawned, a Toast
NYTimes - about 6 years
WASHINGTON -- Old habits die hard, even five decades later. Sitting at the head of a long table at Charlie Palmer's steakhouse, in the shadow of the Capitol, Letitia Baldrige, the White House social secretary for Jacqueline Kennedy, tapped her wine glass with a pen, to try to quiet the crowd and signal that someone should propose a toast. When that
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He Said It With Flowers
NYTimes - over 7 years
ROBERT ISABELL, the shy and mercurial party designer who was found dead in his Greenwich Village town house last week at 57, was for nearly three decades the pre-eminent ringmaster of startling and fantastical events for charity galas, magazine milestones and soirees that marked the rites of passage for some of the wealthiest members of New York
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Robert Isabell, Who Turned Events Into Wondrous Occasions, Dies at 57
NYTimes - over 7 years
Robert Isabell, the floral designer and events planner whose shrewdly lavish aesthetic helped create the buzz around Studio 54 and who made Kennedy weddings and a White House Christmas, not to mention museum galas, corporate celebrations and charity balls, into occasions of glorious moment, was found dead on Wednesday in his Greenwich Village
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Rauschenberg Recalled
NYTimes - over 8 years
A memorial service for the artist Robert Rauschenberg, who died on May 12, drew a packed house at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday, attracting a pantheon of luminaries including Edwin Schlossberg, Chuck Close and Merce Cunningham, as well as former President Bill Clinton. Speaking to crowds that filled the Met's Grace Rainey Rogers
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Ellis Island Museum to Expand, Touching on Other Eras
NYTimes - over 8 years
The story of immigration told at the Ellis Island museum will be expanded to the eras before and after the period when Ellis was the portal to America, Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne said on Wednesday, speaking in the vaulted Registry Room of the island's main building. Mr. Kempthorne said the expansion would increase the museum's ''relevancy
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MUSEUM REVIEW; Kids, Can You Say 'Cultural Diversity'?
NYTimes - over 8 years
Now that nearly every museum is also a children's museum -- now that nearly every museum has programs that strive to lure the young -- what do we seek from a museum that really is a children's museum? And not just any children's museum, but the venerable Brooklyn Children's Museum, reopening this weekend after spending nearly $70 million on
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CURRENTS: HOUSEHOLD TECH; What Home May Soon Look Like If You're Unusually Tall or Wide
NYTimes - about 10 years
Until Feb. 6 Columbus Circle will be the site of ''Home to the Future,'' a 45,000-cubic-foot exhibition on home-related technologies sponsored by Time Warner in the lobby of the Time Warner Center. The designer Edwin Schlossberg (inset) created the four-story scrim box housing the show, along with smaller spaces resembling a bedroom, a living room
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ART; Hanging Out With Bucky, Thinking Big
NYTimes - almost 11 years
EVEN at their matching height of 5-foot-5, they seemed an odd couple. The sculptor Isamu Noguchi was slight and elegant; at 80 he retained the charismatic blue eyes of a lady killer. A childhood spent shuttling between Japan and the United States, his mother's country, had left him a loner, alert to rejection. Though he could be social and
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William Ivey Long Keeps His Clothes On
NYTimes - about 11 years
On the night that the movie ''The Producers'' had its premiere at the Ziegfeld in New York, William Ivey Long, costume designer for both it and the hit Broadway show, sidestepped the red carpet and went quickly inside. Not that he could hide. A showgirl in a sleeveless gold lamé dress immediately embraced him. ''The smallest waist in three
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Paid Notice: Deaths SCHLOSSBERG, MAE
NYTimes - almost 12 years
SCHLOSSBERG--Mae. The Birch Wathen Lenox School mourns the passing of Mae Schlossberg, mother of Maryann Gelula, Class of 1956 and Edwin Schlossberg, Class of 1963, grandmother of Nicole Lefton, Class of 1982 and great grandmother of Ethan Mullen, Class of 2018. Mrs. Schlossberg's devotion to her family has left an extraordinary legacy for all of
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