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The artist’s Skyspace installation has been closed since January thanks to nearby construction
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The installation will reopen when the construction materials impeding on the framed view are removed.
The installation is comprised of 1,500 mirrored, stainless steel spheres.
The museum’s Young Architects Program will bring Hide & Seek to MoMA PS1’s courtyard
From beach days to big parades, here’s how to spend the weekend—if you’re staying in town, that is
Jenny Sabin Studio’s Lumen, the winner of the museum’s Young Architects Program competition, will create a woven garden with cooling mists in its Long Island City courtyard.
Light and Space artist James Turrell’s in situ installation, Meeting, returns to Long Island City’s MoMA outpost after a three-year renovation. The project included the installation of new LED lights and seating.