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MoMA PS1 Admission Will Be Free for New Yorkers for One Year

Klaus Biesenbach announced in an email today that the museum he directs, MoMA PS1 in Queens, will be free for all New York City residents thanks to a gift from the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation. Tickets currently cost $10 … Read More

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Jim Shaw, Labyrinth: I Dreamt I was Taller than Jonathan Borofsky, 2009, acrylic on muslin canvas stretched over plywood panels. COLLECTION ERIC DECELLE, BRUSSELS/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GALERIE PRAZ-DELAVALLADE, PARIS/©F. DEVAL, CAPC MUSÉE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DE BORDEAU

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

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Clifford Owens, Untitled, 2015, C-print. COURTESY INVISIBLE-EXPORTS

‘The Body Is Present in Its Absence’: Clifford Owens on His New Work at Invisible-Exports

In early September, Clifford Owens’s new show was being installed at the Lower East Side gallery Invisible-Exports, where Owens had just finished a residency. He had been at the gallery since August 1, making works on paper featuring Vaseline and … Read More

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The Rise of the New York Art Book Fair: A Look at the Numbers

With 370 exhibitors and 35,000 visitors, this year’s fair was bigger than ever Read More

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Morning Links: Medical Examiner’s Office Edition

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Sargent's Group with Parasols, 1904-1905.


9 Art Events To Attend In New York City This Week

MONDAY, JUNE 29Opening: “Space and Matter” at Sperone Westwater“Space and Matter” combines new work with old art to explore ideas of “depth, relief, and object-hood,” as its press release states. The exhibition will include work by Richard Tuttle, Tom Sachs, … Read More

David Sweat and Richard Matt are still at large.


Morning Links: Escaped Convicts Edition

Volkswagen Group of America will be the lead sponsor of educational programming at MoMA for the next two years. During this time, it  will also support major exhibitions at both MoMA and MoMA PS1, including the latter’s forthcoming local artist … Read More


Ideas Worth Spreading: Simon Denny Comes to MoMA PS1

Simon Denny is an artist who uses the jargon of tech as a readymade. His exhibition this month at MoMA PS1 is titled “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” after the influential 1997 book by Clayton M. Christensen that is notable for coining … Read More

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9 Art Events To Attend in New York City This Week

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Wu-Tang Clan Previews One-of-a-Kind Album at PS1

Last night the Wu-Tang Clan played 13 minutes of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the group’s new album, for a select group at MoMA PS1.The event was even more significant because of the marketing surrounding the album, which, its … Read More

A Michael E. Smith work from his upcoming show at SculptureCenter. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Michael E. Smith: An Insider’s Outsider

Michael E. Smith’s sculptures look like things you might see tangled in a chain-link fence, or gathering around the edges of a Walmart parking lot: a duffel bag, scraps of foam, a satellite dish, sweatpants. But rather than simply presenting … Read More

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Details from two folios of the Shahnama of Shah Tahmasp, ca. 1525–30, opaque watercolor, ink, gold, and silver on paper. COURTESY METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

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Ice being loaded for Eliasson and Rosing's installation. PHOTO: GROUP GREENLAND

Olafur Eliasson to Show 112 Tons of Ice for ‘Ice Watch’

On Sunday, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson and geologist Minik Rosing will unveil Ice Watch, an installation that will bring 100 tonnes (equivalent to 112 tons) of ice to Copenhagen’s City Hall Square. Taken from a fjord outside Nuuk, Greenland, and … Read More


The Future of the American Kunsthalle

Kunsthalles are flexible spaces designed for showing, not collecting, art. But how do they survive—and raise money—without outgrowing their model? Read More