If you’re planning a trip to MoMA this week, make sure to reserve some time to visit The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, which was just recently reinstalled, and soak in the wonderful weather in one of midtown Manhattan’s most serene settings.
• Stop by MoMA Art Lab: Movement on Tuesday, June 17, for Story Time, when kids ages two and up can listen to a story and then make art inspired by it.
• Join a free Gallery Sessions tour, Examining How Color Works in Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings, on Wednesday, June 18, and see what happens to a painting when color is changed, removed, or exaggerated.
• On Friday, June 21, Flaherty at MoMA: Turning the Inside Out—a collaboration with the Robert Flaherty Film Seminars—kicks off at MoMA with the Flaherty Seminar 60th Anniversary Program exploring renowned direct-cinema pioneer D. A. Pennebaker’s earliest years in film with two highlights: his very first film and the first film made with his longtime collaborator and wife, Chris Hegedus.
• Sunday, June 22, is the last day to see the exhibition There Will Never Be Silence: Scoring John Cage’s 4’33″, which is devoted to the experimental composer’s work and influence in the visual arts.
• Come to MoMA PS1 for Sunday Sessions, on June 22, and see Donna Huanca’s installation SADE ROOM (famously reclusive) activated by live models.