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MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States. Located in Long Island City, New York, MoMA PS1 is dedicated to exhibiting the most provocative and challenging art from around the world. MoMA...more
All reviews public school contemporary art old school interesting exhibits free entry great museum three floors james turrell school building an open mind new york cool museum lic market at noon court square off the beaten path worth the trip
I have been to New York 5 times now, each time vowing to get to MoMA PS1 but it has always just been out of the way each time. This time I was determined to get there and I wasn't disappointed. The integrity of the...More
PS1 is easy to reach by taking the 7 train to Court Square. I found the retrofit of an old NYC school added to the experience of seeing current exhibits. Its affiliation with MoMA has been a positive one, and the work shown is often...More
We are definitely "museum freaks".....everywhere in the world. Was really looking forward to this one.......and while the school conversion is definitely unique and appreciated........MOST of the exhibitions were not.
We visited Saturday June 2nd......and the only visuals that pushed our button were the photographs and...More
Had the privilege to see several exhibits of renowned and talented international artists at MOMA PS1 and was moved by their passion..the exhibits were well displayed offering ample space..the gallery staff was helpful and polite..the bookshop is a must visit
Okay I Love Art in every medium possible however, that being said I'm a middle aged man and call it an age thing .... some types of art I just don't get. I do however support the need for free expression of every form. For...More
Exhibits were off line today but we were told there would be a tour of the exhibit left in the building. Those that were there we could have skipped especially the boiler filled with an artist's body fluids.
It was easy to get there. We bought the tickets at the entrance and we didn't have wait long, the exhibits are great, the photographs and the paintings.
The facilities were clean and well acclimatized. Outside were very cold.
This museum is literally housed in an old school, and when you walk the halls you cannot help but be brought back to your own grade school memories of buildings just like this one. The art here is very modern/contemporary and, at least when we...More