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MoMA PS1  One of the largest nonprofit arts centers in the US; devoted to today's most experimental, thought-provoking art. Part of MoMA since 2000.


In addition to "Spittle of the Moon," #VWSundaySessions is collaborating with Boiler Room (@boilerroomtv) for a conversation and media program exploring the themes, motifs, and inspiration behind artist and musician Fatima Al Qadiri’s latest EP, "Shaneera." Taking place inside our cinema, the program consists of a discussion between Al Qadiri and artist Khalid al Gharaballi (@khalgha), moderated by Felix Burrichter (@febubufe), the premiere of "Spiral" by artist Sophia Al-Maria featuring Zadiel Samsaz and Eli Al Sultan, and screenings of "Mendeel Um A7mad (NxIxSxM)" by Al Qadiri and Gharaballi, from which the above clip is taken, along with a selection of YouTube videos and other media that served as inspiration for "Shaneera". #MoMAPS1

#VWSundaySessions explores New York’s alternative and artist-run spaces this weekend with a day of original performance works organized in collaboration with TREVORSHAUS's Caitlin Baucom (@hait_lin). The program is packed with collaborators, collectives, and solo artists including: MSHR (@liquidtransmitter, @nestedface); electronic R&B duo Dey (@youmeusdey); and a new project from choreographer and musician Sigrid Lauren (@fluct_sigrid) and Emil Bognar Nasdor (#emilbognarnasdor); writer and media theorist DeForrest Brown Jr. (@clinicalpoetics) in collaboration with The Actual School (@theactualschool); composer and perfumer Ziemba (@z1emba); an only child, the solo project from choreographer and musician Quenton Stuckey; and many more! To get ready, check out Ziemba's incredible music video for her song "Rapture," (http://bit.ly/2jcIHix), source of the GIF above.

And if that wasn't enough, organizer Caitlin Baucom (@hait_lin) will be taking over our Instagram story this Sunday to bring you behind the scenes of the event from the perspective of the performers themselves. #MoMAPS1

Alvaro Barrington's large-scale paintings often focus on single subjects in a close-up perspective, including faces, body parts, and tropical vegetation. In particular, flamboyant tree and hibiscus flowers, as seen above, have become important personal motifs for the artist. Contrasting with these larger compositions is a more intimate series titled "a different world"—postcards with sewed interventions that obscure stereotypical tourist images displayed on the studio table below. This installation, which resembles the artist's studio space, highlights the different aspects of the his practice.
Explore Barrington's first solo museum presentation, on view through December 31, and learn more at http://mo.ma/2haMN6Q.

“All objects can become transcendental.”–Cathy Wilkes

For Wilkes, the process of transforming commonplace items into artworks speaks to ancient systems of magical belief, rather than more modern uses of the readymade in contemporary art. Wilkes’ selection of each individual object, figure, and material is a part of her subjective and singular vision—a private world that nevertheless evokes human vulnerabilities recognizable far beyond the confines of the gallery. See "Cathy Wilkes" on view through March 11.

Keep them coming—we love seeing everyone's photos of James Turrell's installation! For this week's post, our visitor @llinduh captured another art-lover channeling the #MeetingMonday spirit and snapping their own photo of "Meeting." Just tag your Turrell photos with #TurrellMeeting and you might find it on our feed! #MoMAPS1

This fall, Artbook @ MoMA PS1 (@artbookps1) opened the doors to its new, expanded book space across the hall from their former location. In celebration, they will be holding a relocation sale this weekend, November 10 to 12, with a wide selection of deeply discounted books, magazines, CDs, records, artist monographs, museum and gallery catalogs, back-issues of magazines, children's books, artists' books, theory, and more starting at just $1! Another excuse to come to MoMA PS1 this weekend!


Notice anything new in our courtyard? In conjunction with this weekend's #VWSundaySessions, Alexandra Bell (@yesitsalex) has just installed works from her public art series, "Counternarratives," which will be on view through November 18. Want to learn more? Join us this Sunday for "Radical Edits: Reassessing Cultural Narratives," an afternoon of screenings, performances, and discussions that will address how language can perpetuate racist narratives and highlight the media's latent bias. The day will feature Bell, along with Sable Elyse Smith (@sable_elyse), Kameelah Janan Rasheed (@kameelahr), D0UZE (@dyanidouze), and Devin N. Morris (@devinnmorris). Tickets are available via the link in our bio. #MoMAPS1

"Flange 6rmp" (2011-2013) is one of the most recent of Carolee Schneemann's multimedia installations included in the retrospective "Kinetic Painting." The work consists of motorized aluminum sculptural forms set against a fiery projection of the lost wax technique by which the sculptures were created. Reviving the artist's use of mechanized components often found in her earlier painting constructions, like "Four Fur Cutting Boards" (1963), and placing them against an expressive and dynamic digital background, the work manifests Schneemann's desire to "extend the visual principles of [her] painting outside of the canvas" without a single drop of paint.

Immerse yourself in the environment of "Flange 6rmp" and more of Schneemann's installations on view now in #KineticPainting ! #CaroleeSchneemann #MoMAPS1 📷: @pablo.enriquez

Wishing our colleagues across the river at The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) a happy birthday 🎉! #Onthisday in 1929, the museum opened its doors for the first time, presenting the exhibition "Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh." In the installation image above, you can spot some of MoMA's collection favorites, like Cezanne's "The Bather." The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 merged in 2000, creating the largest platform for contemporary art in the US—and one of the largest in the world. #MoMAPS1

Look up and enjoy the view! With Daylight Saving Time behind us, the sunset lighting program in James Turrell's "Meeting" can be viewed during regular museum hours. Come experience the work as it transitions from day to night, and snap some incredible photos as it changes colors—and don't forget to tag them with #TurrellMeeting; they may end up on our feed!

For this week's #MeetingMonday, our visitor @assnyder captured another visitor angling for their own perfect view! #TurrellMeeting #MoMAPS1

The often-overlooked details of everyday life become the focus of Cathy Wilkes' moving yet beguiling artworks. She regularly employs quotidian products and residual materials drawn from her own domestic life, including empty jars of jam, half eaten bowls of baby food, plates, textiles, and televisions, among others. With these components, Wilkes’s installations connect the banalities of daily existence to larger archetypes of birth, life, marriage, child-rearing, and death. See "Cathy Wilkes" on view through March 11. #CathyWilkes #MoMAPS1 📷: @pablo.enriquez

Carolee Schneemann's "Colorado House" is one of the artist's first assemblage works and an early manifestation of her ambition to take painting beyond the frame. Inspired by the remains of a "failed" painting that the artist destroyed with razor blades, the piece incorporates strips of canvas and fur, a whiskey bottle with a woman's face on the label, assorted photographs, and broomsticks. A small, painted flag atop the construction marks the work as a major development in Schneemann's practice.

Come explore all of the tactile details in "Colorado House" and Schneemann's other assemblages included in her retrospective, #KineticPainting, on view through March 11. #KineticPainting #CaroleeSchneemann #MoMAPS1
📷: @pablo.enriquez

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