Exhibitions

2014

  • AIA LA Monograph Tour: David Hertz' Venice Beach "A huge influence on Venice Beach architecture, David and SEA..."
     

2013

  • A+D MUSEUM, CELEBRATE: The Journey 
  • McKinley House Hosted Ryan Seacrest and Eco-Friendly Ford Luncheon

2012

  • EXHIBITION "The City and the World" Istanbul Design Biennial.   November 2012
  • LACMA ART+ARCHITECTURE Focus Tour. October 2012  (Featuring 747 House)  
  • Venice Art Walk & Auction "Custom Venice Historical Surfboard" 
  • A+D Museum Fashion show 2012. Custom dress made recycled plastic bottles. 

2011

  • TIMEless exhibition featuring 747 wing house in the SUPERFRONT Gallery @ The Pacific Design Center, May 2011

2010

  • PMCA Pasadena Museum of Contemporary Art Action / Reaction - California Design Biennial.

2007

  • Venice Art Walk - featuring the S.E.A. studio

2006

  • LACMA tour of the McKinley Residence

2004

  • CABoom: a festival of contemporary design at the GA Gallery in Tokyo, Santa Monica, CA
  • Liquid Stone at the National Building Museum, Washington D.C.

2003

  • GA Houses: Project 2003 at the GA Gallery in Tokyo, Japan
  • Organic Odyssey and Eco-Chic Fashion Show held at the McKinley residence
  • La Grande Venezia AIA Los Angeles Home Tour

2002

  • Hardcore: Concrete’s Rise from Utility to Luxury, RIBA, London, England

2001

  • AIA/Los Angeles Home Tour Series, Los Angeles, CA, Homes at the Turn of the Century, featuring the Hess Tilt-Up Slab House
  • GA Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, “Projects 2001”
  • SCI-Arc Alumni Exhibition at Form Zero Architectural Bookstore
  • The Marina del Venice Home Tour featuring the Hess residence
  • Homes for the Future: A Tour of Sustainable Living in Southern California” Tour of the McKinley residence

2000

  • 101 New Blood and Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA, Millennium Models
  • AIA/Los Angeles Designs Awards, Los Angeles, CA, Traveling Exhibit of Entries
  • AIA Home Tour, Featuring the Stradella Residence
  • Inventing for the Environment, exhibit at the Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC
  • SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, “SCI-Arc Alumni at Work: Evolution Through Practice”
  • LACMA Art and Architecture Tour featuring the Stradella Residence

1999

  • AIA Home Tour, featuring the Bay residence
  • Hello Again: A new Wave of Recycled Art and Design, international exhibition
  • Vancouver Museum, British Columbia
  • McAllen International Museum, Texas
  • Tryon Center for Visual Art, North Carolina.
  • MOCA Curators Circle Presentation/Tour McKinley residence
  • Westweek Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA, Material World

1998

  • Hello Again: A new Wave of Recycled Art and Design, international traveling exhibition
  • Museum of Decorative Arts + Design, Ghent, Belgium
  • Refuse, international traveling exhibit featured at The Hague, Netherlands and Athens, Greece
  • Venice Art Walk: Docent tours of three projects

1997

  • Art Walk, Los Angeles, CA, featuring the McKinley Residence
  • California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA
  • Center for Modern Art, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Chicago Design Show, Chicago, IL
  • Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
  • ECO Expo, Los Angeles, Green Business Conference
  • Oakland Museum of California
  • LA Municipal Art Gallery
  • Design Centre, University of Quebec, Montreal
  • Groningen Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
  • Homes for the Future, Los Angeles, CA Tour of environmental homes
  • LACMA Art and Architecture Tour, Los Angeles, CA, Stradella residence
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Icons: Magnets of Meaning
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
  • Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design, international traveling exhibit
  • New York, NY, Glamorous Green: Material Connexion
  • Refuse, traveling exhibit featured at The Design Centre, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Breda, Netherlands

1996

  • Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL
  • Design Exchange, Toronto
  • Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
  • Living Design Center, OZONE, Tokyo, Japan
  • National Tour of Solar Homes, Los Angeles, CA, featuring the McKinley Residence, Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy
  • Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design, international traveling exhibition
  • Refuse, international traveling exhibition
  • Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

1995

  • MOMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design
  • Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, 100 /100:100 Architects/100 Years exhibition during Westweek

1994

  • AIA National Convention, Los Angeles, CA
  • Barnsdall Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA, LA Service Station

1993

  • ADPSR, SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, CA, Ecology for our Future
  • ECO Expo, LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • Javitz Center, New York, NY, Accent on Design

1992

  • Art Source, Los Angeles, CA, One Square Foot
  • Mondo Materialis, international traveling exhibit
  • Salon Internationale D’Architecture, Milan Triennale
  • UCLA Extension Design Center, Los Angeles, CA, LA on the Move
  • USC School of Architecture, Los Angeles, The Work of David Hertz and Syndesis

1991

  • Arts Project LA, Los Angeles, CA
  • Mondo Materialis
  • Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design, New York, NY
  • National Building Museum, Washington DC
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, David Hertz: Syndesis

1990

  • Steelcase Design Partnership, Westweek, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles
  • Mondo Materialis

1989

  • Sports Art: Furniture of the Eighties
  • Last of the Decade
  • LA Art Gallery, Sherman Oaks, CA
  • Hokin / Kaufman Gallery, Chicago, IL
  • Ports Restaurant, Los Angeles, CA, Restaurant Iconography

1988

  • ABC Gallery, San Diego, CA, New Furniture ‘88, juried exhibition
  • Clodagh-Ross-Williams, New York, NY, High Touch, New Materialism in the Eighties
  • Holiday Park, Carlsbad, CA, The Carlsbad Second Annual Temporary Outdoor
  • Sculpture Exhibition
  • Laforet Harajuku Museum, Tokyo, Japan, American Pop Culture Today
  • Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, Monterey, CA, California Furnishings
  • Westweek, Los Angeles, CA, LA Creates

1987

  • IDCNY, International Design Center of New York, NY, The Chair Fair sponsored by Architectural League of New York
  • Muriel Karsik Gallery, New York, Sports Interpreted Through the Decorative Arts
  • Scratch Restaurant, Los Angeles, CA, installation Megaliths: Hieroglyphs and Modern Iconography
  • Scratch Restaurant, Los Angeles, CA, The Politics of Art
  • Square One LA, Los Angeles, CA, The Shape of Things to Come

1986

  • The Architecture League, New York, NY, winner Behind Closed Doors: Young Architects Competition
  • Clodagh Ross Williams, New York. NY, International New Art Forms Expo
  • Cobalt Blue / Attack Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Artists Furniture
  • Crafts and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA, LA Collects Fantasy Furniture
  • Flow Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Artist’s for Pro-Peace Furniture of the Eighties
  • Hokin / Kaufman Gallery, Chicago, IL, Garden Show
  • LAAIA Annual Convention/PDC, Los Angeles, CA, Focus
  • Maison 2001, Tokyo, Japan, CAL Design ‘86
  • San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA, Chairs
  • Venice Art Walk Docent Tour, Venice, CA
  • Westweek/PDC, Los Angeles, CA, CCAIA Interior Awards

1985

  • LAICA, LA Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, LA Recent Designs in Fashion and Furniture
  • Pierce College Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Thrive: Works of Innovation in Architecture
  • Queens Museum, New York, NY, Material Pleasures: Furniture for a Post-Modern Age
  • SCI-Arc, Santa Monica, CA, Alumni and Faculty Exhibitions
  • Schindler House, Los Angeles, CA, David Hertz: Concrete Furniture
  • Welton Becket & Associates, Los Angeles, CA, Art and Design Function
  • Whiteley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Son of Apocalypse
  • Venice Art Walk Docent Tour, Venice, CA

1984

  • Angeles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, First Exhibition / New Work Art / Furniture
  • Irvine Visual Arts Center, Irvine, CA, In the Form of Furniture
  • Lyon Gallery, Redlands, CA, Diverging Directions, Artists’ Furniture
  • Whiteley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, LA Apocalypse, 25 Artists’ Furniture
  • Whiteley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, The Unofficial Olympic Sports Furniture Show