Thu, Apr 25, 2024
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Melissa Cody

Webbed Skies

Brightly colored geometric tapestry by Melissa Cody.

The first major solo museum presentation of fourth-generation Navajo weaver Melissa Cody (b. 1983, No Water Mesa, Arizona) spans the last decade of her practice, showcasing over 30 weavings that include three major new works produced for the exhibition. Using long-established weaving techniques and incorporating new digital technologies, Cody assembles and reimagines popular patterns into sophisticated geometric overlays, incorporating atypical dyes and fibers.

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Regina José Galindo

Tierra

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Exhibited for the first time since entering the collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Regina José Galindo’s Tierra (2013) explores connections between the exploitation of labor, resources, and human life in Guatemala.

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Pacita Abad

Installation view of colorful quilted works by Pacita Abad.

This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first retrospective of artist Pacita Abad (Filipina-American, 1946–2004). Spanning the artist’s 32-year career, the exhibition includes more than 50 works—most of which have never been on public view in the United States prior to this exhibition.

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Yto Barrada

Le Grand Soir

Artist Yto Barrada sits in her studio among colorful blocks

Yto Barrada (French-Moroccan, b. 1971) transforms the courtyard with a colorful arrangement of towering sculptures built from stacked concrete blocks, which visitors can sit on and explore.

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Silvia Federici

War, Social Reproduction, and Anti-Capitalist Feminist Struggle

Portrait of Silvia Federici; a woman with short grey hair.

Join us for a lecture by renowned scholar and activist Silvia Federici on the connections between war, social reproduction, and ongoing anti-capitalist feminist struggle. The presentation builds on Federici’s decades-long research in political philosophy, feminist theory, cultural studies, and economics. Free and open to the public, this talk will explore critical concepts that continue to inform contemporary art discourse.

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