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MoMA PS1 EXHIBITION HISTORY

Exhibition participants are listed below each entry through the "Artists in the exhibition" link. Clicking on an artist's name will take you the artists index, where you can see all other exhibitions of which the artist has been a part. If the MoMA PS1 Archives contains any documentation on a particular exhibition, that information is listed through the "List of related folders" link.

Browse MoMA PS1 exhibitions by year:

1971–79 | 1980–89 | 1990–99 | 2000–09 | 2010–present


1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989

1987


National and International Studio Artists Exhibition (January 17–February 22, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Out of the Studio: Multi-Disciplinary Community (January 25–March 15, 1987)

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Out of the Studio: Art with Community (January 25–March 22, 1987)

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

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Special Projects (Winter 1987) (January 25–March 22, 1987)

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Video (Winter 1987): Kitten Season by Dale Hoyt (January 25–March 22, 1987)


Un Homme-Song of Praise (February 19, 1987)

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Open Studios: John Doe Co., Ron Kuivila, and Steve Barry (March 5, 1987)
The Clocktower


Bill Stone: Furnishings (March 5–April 5, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Inclinations: Research into the Impossibility of Perpetual Motion, New Work by Barry Holden (March 5–April 5, 1987)
The Clocktower

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The Artists Project: An Overview (March 5–April 5, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Retrospective of the Music of Christian Wolff (April 4, 1987)
The Clocktower

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P.U.L.S.E. (People Who Use Light Sound and Energy) (April 4–May 23, 1987)
420 West Broadway, NY

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Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (April 16–May 17, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany (April 26–June 21, 1987)

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Photography (Spring 1987): Victor Schrager: Photography (April 26–June 21, 1987)

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Special Projects (Spring 1987) (April 26–June 21, 1987)

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Video (Spring 1987): Raw Zones by Bethany Eden-Jacobson (April 26–June 21, 1987)

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Queens Symphony Orchestra: Sounds from the Left Bank (May 3–May 31, 1987)


Captive Woman: A Reading by Susan Howe (May 7, 1987)
The Clocktower


Spring Dance Series (1987): He/She: Love, Sex, and Gender (May 9–June 21, 1987)

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Christian Marclay: 850 Records (May 28–June 28, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Nicolas Moufarrege (May 28–June 28, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Film (Spring 1987): New Works by Women (June 4–June 25, 1987)
The Clocktower

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The Hub: Computer Network Music (June 6–June 7, 1987)
The Clocktower

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Performance (Fall 1987): Kei Takei's Moving Earth: "Light: a Retrospective" (September 19–September 20, 1987[?])

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Frank Moore and Jim Self: The Miller's Wife (October 11–November 20, 1987)

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Alberto Montaño: "The Magic of Today" (October 11–December 20, 1987)

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Allan Sekula: Geography Lesson: Canadian Notes (October 11–December 20, 1987)

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Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges/Privilegios Terminales (October 11–December 20, 1987)

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Photography (Fall 1987): The Hallucination of Truth (October 11–December 20, 1987)

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Special Projects (Fall 1987) (October 11–December 20, 1987)

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Video (Fall 1987): Jeanne C. Finley: Common Mistakes (October 11–December 20, 1987)


The Pop Project, Part I: This is Tomorrow, Today: The Independent Group and British Pop Art (October 22–December 27, 1987)
The Clocktower

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