CONFESSION: I’ve never actually been to a MoMA PS1 Warm Up. I’ve talked about it a lot, I’ve walked by MoMA PS1 while it’s been going on and noted the crowds, but for one feeble reason or another I have yet to actually enter the premises during showtime. This year, in order to make up for past absences, I have decided to go whole hog and run the table by attending every session. Best of all, in celebration of Warm Up’s 20th year, MoMA PS1 is making an offer I, and everyone else, can’t refuse: the “1998 ticket package,” which gets you all ten shows for only $981 – all that’s missing is a discounted beer flight for the season. Anyway, while the line up has yet to be released, it is interesting to note from the article below, that the series has oodles of curators, as only a museum sponsored music show would.
//PAUL Simon walks into a non-profit art supply depot in Queens Continue reading
- actually, it used to be free for all LIC residents, which if it still is, makes this blurb irrelevant [↩]