Last Saturday’s Warm Up was filled to the brim with some of the most lively DJs and exciting live acts to ever hit the MoMA PS1 stage! Auntie Flo opened the day, followed by live performances by Gabriel Garzón Montano, Archie Pelago, and Cibo Matto, and Mister Saturday Night DJs Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter closed things out. Read more
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Thanks to everyone who came out last Saturday to MoMA PS1’s courtyard to make the first Warm Up of 2014 such a smashing success. We welcomed over 5,000 people!
Check out images of A/JUS/TED, Dimitri From Paris, Pantha du Prince, DJ Spoko, and Mumdance performing, the incredible stage design by Fort Makers, The Living’s installation Hy-Fi, and the gorgeous crowd!
Warm Up, MoMA PS1’s vibrant annual music series, has become a staple of New York City summers. The series features a curated program that explores a vast range of experimental music, live bands, and DJs. Read more
In honor of Mike Kelley’s exceptional career and legacy, Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction #1 (A Domestic Scene), a seminal work in his complex videography, is on view both at MoMA PS1—as part of the artist’s posthumous retrospective—and in MoMA’s second-floor Projects Gallery.
Warm Up 2013 closed out an incredible season with a line-up of extremely talented and diverse DJs and producers performing to a packed courtyard. MoMA PS1 is extremely grateful to the amazing curatorial team who worked for months to program another amazing summer. Read more
Last week’s Warm Up was another huge success, as you can see from the pics above. Terreke, Empress Of, SFV Acid, Pional, Museum of Love, and Caribou all brought the house down. Read more
Last week at MoMA PS1 was one for the record books. For the second time in the event’s 16-year history we sold out presale tickets, and by early in the day we had managed to cram about 5,500 people into the courtyard. Read more
Everyone is buzzing about Doug Aitken’s latest project, Station to Station: A Nomadic Happening, a train traveling from the Atlantic to the Pacific, making nine stops along the way to host one-night only, site-specific happenings throughout September. Read more