“If everything is sculpture why make sculpture?” Artist Peter Fischli borrows this question to inspire his Artist's Choice exhibition in the Sculpture Garden opening June 11.
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MOmA, June 2018
Nearly 20 objects have been selected, appearing with Fischli and longtime collaborator David Weiss's Snowman, a sculpture composed of an actual snowman encased in a glass-door freezer.
Initiated in 1989, the Artist’s Choice series invites contemporary artists to organize exhibitions drawn from MoMA’s collection. Fischli is the 13th artist to participate, and the first to do so in the Sculpture Garden.
Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams - Through January 1, 2019
See the first-ever retrospective of this visionary’s work—fantastic, utopian models that are a call for us, in the artist’s words, to imagine a “better, more peaceful world.”
Young Architects Program 2018: Hide & Seek by Dream the Combine - June–September 2018
Now in its 19th edition, the Young Architects Program challenges emerging architectural talent to develop creative designs for a temporary, outdoor installation that provides shade, seating, and water for MoMA PS1's courtyard. Cool Off at The Modern
Warmer weather means terrace season at The Modern. Sip tiki drinks and champagne paired with ice cream sandwiches by Pastry Chef Jiho Kim and team. Call (212) 333-1220 for reservations.
Warm Up at MoMA PS1
Presenting the best in live and electronic music across ten summer Saturdays, Warm Up 2018 welcomes more than 75 artists, including Cashmere Cat, Lizzo, A-Trak, Gang Gang Dance, and much more