Curatorial Conversation: Gardens and the Politics of Urban Space

MoMA Member Program

June 28, 2022
Past
MoMA Member Program
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Danielle De Jesus. 7 stops to Manhattan from Jefferson Street. 2022. Acrylic on US currency. Courtesy the artist

What is the revolutionary potential of urban gardens? What can plants teach us about gentrification and community resistance? MoMA Members are invited to join us to consider these questions at a live online conversation with curator Jody Graf and artists Danielle De Jesus, Matthew Schrader, and jackie sumell, whose work is featured in MoMA PS1’s new exhibition Life Between Buildings. Inspired by and intersecting with the history of community gardens, the exhibition explores how artists in New York City have engaged public space through a political and ecological lens.

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Questions? Please contact members_programs@moma.org.

Dates

June 28, 2022 at 7:00pm

Location

Online

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