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Here are seven NYC exhibitions for you to look forward to in the coming weeks and months. Material and thematic overlaps factor into them aplenty. Check back with Brooklyn Magazine soon for "Spring Museum Preview: Part 2." For now, mark your calendars accordingly. MoMA Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective Belgian artist Marcel Broodthaers was a witty, formidably prolific creative agent of many sorts whose primary means of expression was always poetic even after his output of poetry properly-so-called...
This weekend, nearly 400 booksellers, zine makers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers will descend upon MoMA PS1 to hawk their wares at the tenth annual NY Art Book Fair. Hosted by Printed Matter, the Art Book Fair and its thousands of patrons are a reminder that print is far from dead--this maze of rare out-of-print monographs, popup books and flipbooks, weird comics and zines couldn't exist if e-readers truly ruled the land. The fair can be an overwhelming labyrinth (last year, a crowd of 35,000...
For many of New York City’s 60,000 homeless people, park benches double as beds. As a public art monument to this marginalized population, Brooklyn-based French artist Fanny Allié designed “A Bench for the Night,” a park bench carved in the shape of a sleeping man’s silhouette. It’s just been installed outside MoMA PS1 in Long Island City as part of the Parks Department's Art in the Parks program. Made of reclaimed wood from a lumberyard and based...
Labor Day is over and September is here — normally, the time of year that heralds the end of summer freedom and the start of sweater season. Except, it's still 85°F outside and there is still (phew) a whole lot of great, outdoor music to enjoy. Plus, some of it's even free. Rain or shine, we'll be there. 9/06 Special Guest TBA @ MoMA PS1 Warm Up. We don't even have to know who's playing to want to...

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