NYC Monday: MoMa, PS1, Jewish Museum, Neue Galerie

Monday Schedule

Hotel view and reflections

I’m relaxing in the hotel gearing up for a busy week in NYC with IDSVA. Mornings will be filled with presentations and lectures and in the afternoons, we will be visiting museums and galleries. I’ll be posting photos and schedule updates along the way. I just changed my flight so I will have all of Sunday to transition before I head back to teaching on January 12th. I kinda feel like a tourist since it has been over a year since I’ve been here.

Monday afternoon will include: MOMA or Jewish Museum or Neue Galerie and PS1

MOMA Current Exhibitions:

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs; Robert Gober: The Heart is Not a Metaphor; The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World; Sturtevant: Double Trouble; 100 Years in Postproduction: Resurrecting a Lost Landmark of Black Film History; Bill Morrison: Re-compositions; Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground; Trajal Harrell: In one step are a thousand animals (Performance Program); Design and Violence (ongoing).


MOMA PS1 Current Exhibitions:

The Little Things Could Be Dearer. The exhibition features artists Carina Brandes (German, b. 1982), Melanie Gilligan (Canadian, b. 1979), Ulrike Müller (Austrian, b. 1971), and Michael E. Smith (American, b. 1977). Bob and Roberta Smith: Art Amnesty; Francesco Vezzoli: Teatro Romano; Samara Golden: The Flat Side of the Knife; Zero Tolerance. Artists in Zero Tolerance: ACT UP New York, Halil Altindere, Francis Alÿs, Ahmed Basiony, Joseph Beuys, Mircea Cantor, Chim↑pom, Song Dong, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Harun Farocki and Andrei Ujică, Igor Grubić, Sharon Hayes, Deborah Kelly, Amal Kenawy, Lorraine O’Grady, Pussy Riot, The Radek Community, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Christoph Schlingensief, Voina, Yoko Ono, Zhao Zhao, Artur Zmijewski.


Neue Galerie Current Exhibitions: Egon Schiele: Portraits; Austrian War Bond Posters from the Great War; Austrian Portraiture in the Early 20th Century.


Jewish Museum Current Exhibitions: From the Margins: Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, 1945-1952; Helena Rubinstein: Beauty is Power; Dani Gal: As from Afar (videoinstallation about the Speer-Wiesenthal correspondence, with notes on memories and images based on Wittgenstein).


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