Tag Archives: MoMA PS1

JUDSON DANCE THEATER SYMPOSIUM

In one of the last programs in the Judson exhibition, the symposium JUDSON DANCE THEATER—A COLLECTIVE SPECULATION brings together artists, scholars, and critics for presentations, discussions, and sound improvisations.

Organized by MOMA, participants include Malik GainesAndré LepeckiFred Moten; K.J. Holmes and Ramsey AmeenMarina Rosenfeld with Eli Keszler and Greg FoxClare CroftBarbara ClausenGus Solomons Jr.; and Philip Corner with Daniel Goode, David Demnitz, Leyna Marika PapachPhoebe Neville, and Iris Brooks.

JUDSON DANCE THEATER—A COLLECTIVE SPECULATION

Sunday, January 27, from 2 pm to 6 pm.

MOMA P.S.1

22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

From top: Harold Edgerton, Gus Solomons, Dancer, 1960; Philip Corner and Phoebe Neville, photograph by Dawid LaskowskiSteve Paxton and Trisha Brown at Bennington College, 1980, photograph by Tylere Resch.

BRUCE NAUMAN — WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS

In conjunction with the New York installation of BRUCE NAUMAN—DISAPPEARING ACTS, on view now, Nauman’s WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS will be restaged at MOMA PS1 on Fridays and Saturdays for the next several weeks.

 

WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS

Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24, and continuing thereafter.

1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm.

MOMA PS1, 22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

BRUCE NAUMAN—DISAPPEARING ACTS

Through February, 2018.

Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, New York City.

Top and below: Bruce Nauman, Wall/Floor Positions, 1965. Image credit: Museum of Modern Art.

Above exhibition catalogue image credit: Museum of Modern Art.

WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART

Join Jarrett Earnest and Lynne Tillman for a NY Art Book Fair talk celebrating the publication of Earnest’s WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART—INTERVIEWS WITH ART CRITICS, presented by David Zwirner Books.

 

JARRETT EARNEST and LYNNE TILLMAN in conversation

WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART

Sunday, September 23, at 1 pm.

NY ART BOOK FAIR

Thursday through Sunday, September 20, 21, 22, and 23.

MoMA P.S.1

22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

Jarrett EarnestPaul Chaat Smith, and Peter Schjeldahl at Strand.

Jarrett Earnest.

REZA ABDOH

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The first large-scale retrospective of the theater and performance art work of the late, great Reza Abdoh highlights “the video works that Abdoh produced for his performances, and an installation based on his 1991 production BOGEYMAN. The exhibition also includes contextual materials reflecting the club scenes in both Los Angeles and New York, the culture wars of the Reagan era, and the AIDS crisis.”*

 

REZA ABDOH, through September 3

MOMA P.S.1, 22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

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Above, from left: Juliana Francis, Tom Fitzpatrick, Gerard Little, Tom Pearl (seated), Reza Abdoh, and Rafael Pimental.

Below: Reza Abdoh, Bogeyman. Photograph Jan Deen. Image credit: MOMA.

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CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN — KINETIC PAINTING

“Schneemann’s pioneering investigations into subjectivity, the social construction of the female body, and the cultural biases of art history have had significant influence on subsequent generations of artists.”*

The retrospective CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN—KINETIC PAINTING brings together six decades of work by this key figure of New York’s twentieth-century avant-garde.

 

CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN—KINETIC PAINTING*

Through March 11.

MOMA P.S.1

22—25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

Above: Carolee SchneemannMeat Joy, 1964. Image credit: MoMA PS1.

Below: Carolee Schneemann, Nude on Tracks, 1962–1977. Image credit: P.P.O.W, and Galerie Lelong. © 2017 Carolee Schneemann.