The museum denies any bias, but the curator has brought her discrimination complaint to the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
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We heard you wanted more free activities and events from us. All right then!
When summer weather turns sultry, museums are very chill places to be.
If you happen to be one of those New Yorkers who appreciates good multitasking, have we got plans for you.
Ms. Kusama’s piece, which consists of over a thousand reflective spheres, will be installed on July 1 in Fort Tilden.
Turning bodies into paint brushes, Carolee Schneemann’s performances, films and art still startle, as a retrospective at MoMA PS1 shows.
Ms. Gallace’s pictures at MoMA PS1 may seem anodyne at first. But, our critic says, stick with them, and their subtle intelligence is revealed.
The Slovakian artist and filmmaker brings his cinéma vérité video work of Central Europe’s refugee crisis to New York.
The MoMA PS1 director prefers a window with a view over furniture or art.
The MoMA PS1 director lives in an all-white apartment with little décor.