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Commissioned by @printedmatterinc, these limited-edition artworks by Ryan Gander (@ryanjgander), Eileen Quinlan (@quinlan_eileen), and Laylah Ali (@ollee716) are available this weekend at the #NYArtBookFair.
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1️⃣ "Accelerated Logic" by Ryan Gander is a laser die-cut stencil in orange acrylic containing annotations made by the artist to page 11 of John Berger’s "Ways of Seeing." 2️⃣ and 3️⃣ Artist Eileen Quinlan's new gelatin silver prints, "Cleaved Crow" and "Pole Position." 4️⃣ "Comfort with Rage," a 4-color silkscreen print by Laylah Ali.
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Reminder: MoMA PS1 is closed to the public September 20 and 24. #NYABF2018


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"I am not an earth artist. I'm totally involved in the sky." – #JamesTurrell
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Soothe your Monday blues with this #MeetingMonday shot by @sueapfe. Beginning Monday, November 5, sunset viewings of James Turrell's "Meeting" occur during regular museum hours and are open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, five days a week! 🙏 JT giving us reasons to look forward to daylight savings.


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🐾 Galleries are closed today in preparation for the #NYArtBookFair. Come hang later this week and paw through some art books! The fair is free and open to the public Friday through Sunday, with a ticketed preview Thursday evening. See who's exhibiting at nyartbookfair.com #NYABF2018
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MoMA PS1 is also closed to the public Thursday, September 20 and Monday, September 24.
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🐶: @hikristofferson exhibiting with @vacancyprojects #NYABF2018


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Feeling cute, might delete later ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Visit us this weekend for tours of long-term installations by James Turrell, William Kentridge, Pipilotti Rist, Lawrence Weiner, and more. The courtyard is under construction in preparation for the upcoming season of Sunday Sessions, beginning October 21. Keep an eye out for our signature VW dome 🌐
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📷: @elli_lauren


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🍂 It's beginning to feel a lot like fall...and time for the New York Art Book Fair 📚
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Brought to you by @printedmatterinc, the fair takes over MoMA PS1 next weekend along with 365 exhibitors from around the world, toting everything from zines and artists’ books to antiquarian books and contemporary art editions. Programming includes interactive workshops, artist-led discussions, special exhibitions, and performances. Ticketed preview Thursday, September 20. Free and open to the public Friday, September 21 through Sunday, September 23. Learn more at nyartbookfair.com and follow @printedmatter_artbookfairs for updates 🤓 #NYABF2018
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PSA: MoMA PS1 is closed to the public September 17, 20, and 24 to make way for the #NYArtBookFair.


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🍑 Just another #MeetingMonday.
MoMA PS1 is open noon to 6 p.m. for tours of our long-term installations only, including #JamesTurrell's "Meeting" (weather permitting). As always, admission is free for New Yorkers. See what's on view at mo.ma/more
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📷: javierselzorivera


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It's the final day of our summer exhibitions. Plan your visit today to see:
☝️ Fernando Palma Rodríguez
✌️Sue Coe: Graphic Resistance
💅Body Armor
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📷: @pablo.enriquez


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The four artists in Body Armor—#DelilahMontoya, #AnaPellicer, @maryhoseini, and @zadiexa—present approaches to bodily adornment in contemporary life and how these symbols work both in public and private space. A critique of the traditional, often colonial, contexts in which these symbols are deployed, the artists push the boundaries of how we construe femininity across a range of cultures, geographies, and generations. Visit MoMA PS1 this weekend before the exhibition closes Sunday, September 9. More at mo.ma/bodyarmor.
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📷: @pabloenriquez


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Closing Sunday, #SueCoe: Graphic Resistance is a must-see exhibition the @nytimes calls "long overdue." Art’s persuasive power has long been understood by rulers and rebels alike. Situated in a lineage of socially-engaged artists from Francisco Goya and Käthe Kollwitz to Leon Golub, Coe harnesses this capacity in works that depict suffering to call her audiences to action. She challenges complacency by spotlighting subjects that are typically relegated to the margins of attention, demanding that the vulnerabilities she pictures be not simply seen, but felt. “Neutrality,” she has stated, is “no longer a position we can afford.”
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Image: Sue Coe, Inside the Slaughterhouse, 2016.


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Final weekend: See Fernando Palma Rodríguez's first solo museum exhibition in the United States. Combining his training as an artist and mechanical engineer, Rodríguez creates robotic sculptures in response to human and land rights, violence, and urgent environmental crises facing indigenous communities in Mexico. Central to his practice is an emphasis on indigenous ancestral knowledge, both as an integral part of contemporary life and a way of shaping the future. Drawing on Aztec mythology and pictorial codices—as well as colonial histories—his works reframe language through the physical activation of these linguistic symbols. He often brings together evolving traditions with present-day concerns through a mix of cultural references and materials, from robotic constructions and found objects (work boots and sewing machines) to organic materials (seeds, soil, and feathers). Through their constant and complex movements, these works transform seemingly static symbols into active agents. Learn more at mo.ma/Fernando
#FernandoPalmaRodriguez
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📷: Kris Graves, @pablo.enriquez


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Until next time...take a look back at the #WarmUp2018 season. Thank you for being here with us 💖
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#WarmUp2018 was organized by curators Eliza Ryan (@eliza__ryan), Naomi Zeichner (@nomizeichner), Taja Cheek (@turrelljames), Dean Bein (@truepanther), Venus X (@venusxgg), Isabelia Herrera (@jabladora), Jonas Leon (@mrjonasleon), and Matt Werth (@rvngintl). Special thanks to Ace Hotel (@acehotel) New York, official hotel of Warm Up 2018.
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All our love to the MoMA PS1 staff on the ground every Saturday, all summer long: Taja Cheek (@turrelljames), Amber Sasse, Alex Rosenberg (@chez_rosenberg), Ryan Collins (@mouth_in_foot), Laura Zapp (@zappls), Jordan Baptista (@bangsflannelarmclocks), Chris Masullo (@christmasnicholas), Enrique Alba (@con_cristal), Kenzo Peron (@__yonsei__), Cody Simons, Hannah Myall (@real.doozy), Molly Taylor (@sneakylamb), Jose Ortiz (@ja_ortiz), Clara Samayoa (@clarasamayoa), Alison Cuzzolino (@alicuzz), Vance Wellenstein (@vancewellenstein), Molly Kurzius (@molly_kz), Kate Fittinghoff (@yung_klonopin), Grace Rogers (@grace_rog), Chloe Eisen (@chloeeisen), Josh Perry (@verlandj), Paul McAdory, Ugo Mariotti-Miccolis, and all of our visitor engagement staff, guards, bar staff, volunteers, and the folks at @mwellshq and @artbookps1 <3
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📷: @mary.kang, @sdotbalaban, @sarawass, Ethan Holland, Brandon Rys Polanco, and Ryan Muir.


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This summer was a selfie good time in #YayoiKusama's "Narcissus Garden.”
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#RockawayKusama is part of a free public arts festival that began in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, presented in partnership with Rockaway Artists Alliance (@rockaway_artists_alliance), Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy (@jbrpc), National Park Service (@nationalparkservice), and Bloomberg Philanthropies (@bloombergdotorg).


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