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MoMA PS1 ARTISTS

Below each artist's name is every exhibition in which they are known to have participated through 2012. Clicking on the exhibition title will take you to the corresponding exhibition history page, where you can see all the other participants in a particular exhibition, and whether the Archives has documentation on that show.

Browse MoMA PS1 artists by last name:

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Zacharopoulos, Denys
Tunnel of Art (February 11, 1994–March 26, 1995)

Zacharov, Vadim
Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14–April 21, 1991)

Zadikian, Zadik
Zadik Zadikian: Billboard Painting (November 9, 1974)
Special Projects (Winter 1978) (January 15–February 18, 1978)
The New Portrait (April 15–June 10, 1984)

Zak, Hatty van
Ripe Fruit (January 13–March 10, 1985)

Zakanitch, Robert
Pattern Painting (November 14–December 4, 1977)

Zaloom, Paul
Performance (Spring 1982): Performance Rites: the Word, the Flesh, the Fracas, and the Light (April 11–May 2, 1982)

Zamir, Batya
Batya Zamir: Dance Performance (May 20–May 21, 1977)

Zanni, Carlo
B Hotel (December 9, 2001–January 27, 2002)

Zapkus, Kes
Labor Intensive Abstraction: An Exhibition of Highly Detailed Abstract Paintings and Drawings (November 8–December 8, 1984)

Zarina
Ripe Fruit (January 13–March 10, 1985)

Zarou, Andrew
100 Drawings (April 18–June 6, 1999)

Zawada, Elizabeth
Clockwork 2000: P.S. 1 National and International Studio Program 1999–2000 (May 11–June 17, 2000)

Zax, John
San Francisco/Science Fiction (September 27–October 28, 1984)

Zeeuw, Mirjam de
National and International Studio Artist Exhibtion Series 1989–1990 (October 15, 1989–March 14, 1990)
National and International Studio Artist Exhibition Series (January 14–March 11, 1990)

Zeller, Daniel
Greater New York 2005 (March 13–September 26, 2005)

Zellin, Agnes
Out of the Studio: Photography and Community (January 25–March 22, 1987)

Zennstrom, Petter
Icebreakers: Contemporary Swedish Expressionists (November 11–December 11, 1982)

Zeyfang, Florian
Parasite Artist Organization Group (November 1, 1997–March 30, 1998)

Zhang Huan
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhang Peili
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhang Xiaogang
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhang Yu
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhao Jianhai
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhen, Chen
Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997–February 1, 1998)
The Edge of Awareness (September 13–October 18, 1998)
Cities on the Move 3 (October 18, 1998–January 17, 1999)
Chen Zhen: A Tribute (February 16–August 31, 2003)
Into Me/Out of Me (June 25–September 25, 2006)

Zheng Yuke
Inside Out: New Chinese Art (September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999)

Zhuravlev, Anatoly
Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14–April 21, 1991)

Ziegler, Mel
Here and There: Travels, Part IV: Mapping Travels (May 18–July 2, 1989)

Zielinski, Andrzej
Greater New York 2005 (March 13–September 26, 2005)

Zimmer, Bernard
Beast: Animal Imagery in Recent Painting (October 17–December 12, 1982)

Zimmerman, Elyn
Elyn Zimmerman: Installation (March 25–April 20, 1977)
CommuNYCations: Mixed-Use District (October 18–November 18, 1990)

Zimmerman, Eric
Animations (October 14, 2001–January 20, 2002)

Zindato, Domenico
Boudoir in Exile (April 28–May 14, 1994)

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Criss Cross: Some Young New Yorkers III (February 7–April 3, 1999)

Zinsser, John
Slow Art: Painting in New York Now (April 26–June 21, 1992)

Zittel, Andrea
The Winter of Love (L'Hiver de l'Amour) (October 9, 1994–January 8, 1995)
Reopening: Installations and Projects (October 29, 1997–February 1, 1998)
Children of Berlin: Cultural Developments 1989–1999 (November 7, 1999–January 2, 2000)
Into Me/Out of Me (June 25–September 25, 2006)

Zivadinov, Dragan
Tunnel of Art (February 11, 1994–March 26, 1995)

Zizek, Slavoj
Tunnel of Art (February 11, 1994–March 26, 1995)

Zobernig, Heimo
Parallax View: New York-Köln (April 18–June 20, 1993)
Heaven: Public View, Private View (October 29, 1997–February 1, 1998)

Zorio, Gilberto
The Knot: Arte Povera at P.S. 1 (October 6–December 15, 1985)
Casinò Fantasma (May 24–July 15, 1990)

Zorn, John
Sound (September 30–November 18, 1979)
Timebomb: A Series of Four Performative Events (October 15–November 7, 1996)

Zucker, Adam
Film (Fall 1985) (October 26–November 24, 1985)

Zucker, Barbara
Overview: An Exhibition in Two Parts by the A.I.R. Gallery (March 5–April 9, 1978)

Zucker, Joe
Artists Make Toys (January 1–January 25, 1975)
Poetry (Spring 1981): Sardines (April 22–May 16, 1981)

Zucker, Kevin
Greater New York 2005 (March 13–September 26, 2005)

Zummo, Peter
New Dance and Music (November 6–November 20, 1977)
Music (Spring 1989): Music/Mapping New York (April 27–April 29, 1989)

Zurcher, Susan
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1984–1985 (January 25–March 3, 1985)

Zusman, Neil
Video (Fall 1982): Animal Magnetism (October 17–December 12, 1982)

Zver, James
10 Downtown: 10 Years (September 11–October 2, 1977)

Zvezdochetova, Konstantin
Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14–April 21, 1991)

Zvezdochetova, Larisa
Perspectives of Conceptualism (March 14–April 21, 1991)

Zwack, Michael
Critical Perspectives: Curators and Artists (January 17–March 14, 1982)

Zweig, Ellen
Sleepless Nights (February 14–March 14, 1993)

Zweig, Janet
Special Projects (Spring 1990) (April 22–June 17, 1990)
National and International Studio Program Exhibition 1990–1991 (March 3–March 24, 1991)

Zwerling, Lisa
Costumes, Masks and Disguises (February 13–March 15, 1986)

Zwillinger, Rhonda
The Wild Art Show (January 17–March 14, 1982)
Limbo (January 22–March 18, 1984)
The New Portrait (April 15–June 10, 1984)
Special Projects (Winter 1985) (January 13–March 10, 1985)

Zybach, Andreas
International and National Projects Fall 2007: Eyal Danieli, Manon de Boer, Shannon Ebner, Tony Fitzpatrick, Anders Goldfarb, Lisa Kirk, Diana Puntar, and Andreas Zybach (October 21, 2007–January 14, 2008)