Find a diverse range of world-class DJs and musicians at Warm Up, the popular daytime wingding in MoMA PS1’s concrete-walled school yard. Pro tip: Avoid the long lines by snagging advance tickets. Read more
On the Mike Kelley retrospective: “Whether you like or dislike him, as you might by turns, he felt as indispensable as a compass in the darker woods of contemporary experience.” Oct. 13-Feb. 2 Read more
Originally built in 1893 as the First Ward School, it could hold up to 1,000 students in its more than 30 rooms. Even after being renamed, closed and then reopened, the public-school theme remains. Read more
Check out the "Sol LeWitt: Crayola Square" exhibition. Crayola Square, a Crayola crayon wall drawing originally created in 1971 at an event organized by P.S.1 founder and director Alanna Heiss. Read more
MoMA PS1 was founded in 1971 by Alanna Heiss as the Institute for Art and Urban Resources Inc., an organization devoted to organizing exhibitions in underutilized and abandoned spaces across New York City.