Posts Tagged ‘moma’

OFF THE WALL: GREATER NEW YORK AT MOMA PS1

All photographs courtesy of MoMA PS1 Now in its fourth iteration since 2000, MoMA PS1’s Greater New York celebrates the many emerging artists working and creating in the NYC area. While the series once focused […]

RECAP: THE WEEKND AT MOMA

  Photos by Conor Riley   Last night, we ventured into midtown to MoMA for an intimate set from one of our favorite artists, The Weeknd. The Toronto-based singer played everything from “High For This” […]

WHAT I SAW AT MOMA: BRUCE LABRUCE’S HUSTLER WHITE

  By Conor Riley   Legendary queer filmmaker – and Oakazine interview subject – Bruce LaBruce is currently being given a career retrospective at MoMA. Last night, LaBruce was on hand to introduce and discuss […]

OFF THE WALL: BJORK AT MOMA

Photographs by Justin Fulton Over the weekend, the OAK crew checked out Bjork’s mid-career retrospective at MoMA. Featuring visuals, sounds, objects, costumes and more from over 20 years, the exhibit also includes an interactive audio […]

OFF THE WALL: THE HOLIDAYS AT MoMA

Photographs by Jennifer Orlowski Spending a day during the holiday season at the MoMA can be an exciting outing for tourists and locals alike. While the current featured exhibit is Henri Matisse’s Cut Outs (which […]

OFF THE WALL: JASPER JOHNS ‘REGRETS’

“Dead ends and fresh starts.” That’s the ethos behind Jasper Johns’ latest body of work Regrets, which was inspired by an old photograph of Lucien Freud holding his head in his hands. Basing these works on the […]

OFF THE WALL: ISA GENZKEN AT MOMA

This weekend we made our way up to the MoMA to check out the Isa Genzken Retrospective, the most extensive collection of the German artist’s work in the 40 years she’s been creating her signature […]

OFF THE WALL: MIKE KELLEY AT MOMA PS 1

This weekend, we headed to MoMA PS 1 in Long Island City, Queens for the opening of Mike Kelley, the largest exhibition of the late artists’ work to date, and the first time a single artist has filled […]

OAK Recommends: Seeing Red: Hungarian Revolutionary Posters, 1919 at the MoMa

OAK Recommends: Seeing Red: Hungarian Revolutionary Posters, 1919 at the MoMa

We dropped by the MoMa yesterday to check out this exhibit – definitely worth a visit if you’re around NYC until August 1st. More info below: In the wake of the First World War many […]