June 2024

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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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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Regina José Galindo


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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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Little Manila Queens


Dancers from the group Little Manila Queens raise their arms in graceful arcs.

A creative place-keeping project debuts in Homeroom by Little Manila Queens Bayanihan Arts (LMQBA, est. 2020), a grassroots collective of artists and cultural workers who celebrate the diasporic Filipino communities in Woodside, Queens, and throughout New York.

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Reynaldo Rivera

Fistful of Love/También la belleza

A black and white photograph taken by Reynaldo Rivera of a person standing naked in heels before a mirror.

This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first solo museum exhibition of artist Reynaldo Rivera (b. 1964, Mexicali, Mexico), including iconic works and never-before-seen photographs from his archive.

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Hard Ground

Black and white polaroid of a rooftop. A strange, chimney-like form emerges from the foreground.

Hard Ground brings together work by seven New York-based artists who employ processes of erosion, subtraction, and compression.

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Jun 1

Night at the Museum: Pride

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Jun 16

Taking Place

Afro-Filipina Kinship Aesthetics

Hear three artists in Little Manila Queens lead a conversation on Afro-Filipina aesthetics. Their discussion explores ecological kinship, familial ties, and multiracial motherhood through the lens of the Philippine diaspora. This talk is part of “Taking Place,” a series of programs about creative placekeeping organized by Little Manila Queens Bayanihan Arts, on the occasion of their exhibition Mabuhay! in Homeroom.

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Jun 29

Queensboro Dance Festival

Join us for Block Party Jam, an afternoon of performances, music, and choreography lessons as part of the Queensboro Dance Festival. The party features performances by CarNYval Dancers, Gotham Dance Theater, and IMMA KAT. Culminating in an open dancefloor, the celebration features live music from Jackson Heights-based band TEEJ & The Sidepocket. The event is free and open to the public.

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Book Signing with Jerry the Marble Faun

Drop by Artbook @ MoMA PS1 for a book signing with artist Jerry the Marble Faun, who is featured in the exhibition Hard Ground. A prolific sculptor, Jerry the Marble Faun is also the author of The Marble Faun of Grey Gardens: A Memoir of the Beales, the Maysles Brothers, and Jacqueline Kennedy. The memoir, co-written with film historian Tony Maietta, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the legendary Grey Gardens estate, where Jerry worked as a gardener and handyman, and traces the many lives he has lived since.

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Chronicling Queer Networks

C. Ondine Chavoya on Reynaldo Rivera

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Stubborn, Dora Budor & Noah Barker

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