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EXPO 1: New York is an exploration of ecological challenges in the context of the economic and sociopolitical instability of the early 21st century.
Adrián Villar Rojas’s La inocencia de los animales is an immersive installation that resembles both an amphitheater of antiquity and a postapocalyptic cavern.
In light of recently escalating ecological disasters, Ansel Adams’s visionary exploration of our planet remains acutely contemporary in focus.
Olafur Eliasson’s immersive installation Your waste of time presents massive pieces of ice that broke off from Iceland’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull.
Meg Webster’s Pool is a site-specific installation comprised of natural and man-made elements.
The magazine and editorial collective Triple Canopy presents a daily program of lectures, debates, and discussions during EXPO 1: New York.
A program of moving images from a range of disciplines and genres will be presented in the EXPO Cinema.
The Argentinian architecture firm a77 created a colony in MoMA PS1’s outdoor courtyard during EXPO 1: New York in which artists, thinkers, architects, and other cultural agents are invited to live together.
Curated by artist Josh Kline, ProBio explores the theme of “dark optimism” within the context of the human body and technology.
Rain Room (2012), a large-scale environment by Random International, is presented at The Museum of Modern Art from May 12 to July 28, 2013, as part of EXPO 1: New York.
Marie Lorenz will present a special presentation of her Tide and Current Taxi project as part of EXPO 1: New York.
In an effort to foster the creative debate on urban recovery after Hurricane Sandy, MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design initiated a call for ideas to create a sustainable waterfront.
As part of the group show ProBio, Geogia Sagri enacts a performance within her installation, Williamsburg (2013).