MoMA PS1

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Zero Tolerance at MoMA PS1 tackles an ambitiously broad subject: the intersection between protest and art.

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Photo Essays

Dump Your Bad Art at the Museum

by Vic Vaiana on February 26, 2015

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Artist Patrick Brill, better known as Bob and Roberta Smith, has taken over a wing of MoMA PS1’s second floor; however, his own art only makes up a fraction of the show.

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Win Tickets to MoMA PS1’s Sunday Sessions

by Sponsor on January 22, 2015

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Sunday Sessions is a weekly presentation of performance, moving images, music, dance, and discursive programs. Its mission is to embrace live arts as an integral aspect of contemporary practice and ask how these different art forms produce specific ways of thinking and useful means to engage with the world.

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Let’s face it: there’s Brooklyn, and then there’s the rest of New York City. (Sorry, rest of New York City!)

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Everyone knows that classical sculpture is white. Think of the gleaming marble of artworks like the Belvedere Torso and “Laocoön and His Sons” — the whiteness imparts a kind of purity, a sense of being the ground zero of Western culture, the original from which an entire civilization’s canon has sprung.

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MoMA PS1 Sunday Sessions

Sunday Sessions is a weekly presentation of performance, moving images, music, dance, and discursive programs. Its mission is to embrace live arts as an integral aspect of contemporary practice and ask how these different art forms produce specific ways of thinking and useful means to engage with the world.

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Christoph Schlingensief at MoMA PS1

The Christoph Schlingensief retrospective at MoMA PS1, titled simply Christoph Schlingensief, seeks to capture the career of an artist whose practice is particularly ill-suited to an exhibition.

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Maria Lassnig’s retrospective at MoMA PS1 is the largest survey of her work ever mounted in the United States. It reveals an idiosyncratic artist whose quirks and caprices, especially in her later work, can feel willful, even perverse — up to a point.

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With scaffolding now shrouding its embattled façade, the architects behind the ill-fated American Folk Art Museum (AFAM) have broken their silence over the demolition of the acclaimed building, denouncing the “senseless and unnecessary act of destruction” in a brief statement posted online yesterday and a longer interview in the New York Times today.

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The Mike Kelley retrospective at MoMA PS1 is, in a word, large. One might expect as much, given that it is a retrospective, but this one is uniquely big: it marks the first time the entire museum has ever been given over to one artist.

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