This affiliate of MOMA, located right across the river from MOMA in Long Island City, Queens, has more of what you would call 'cutting-edge' contemporary art and if you have a sense of humor is usually a fun experience.
It is name after the actual school, PS 1, that used this building until the 1960s, and subsequently purchased from the City of New York by the museum founders in the 1970s.
Clever viewer-interactive pool sculpture as shown in the following 3 photos
Rotating mirror on ceiling interactive sculpture as the partipants lie on the floor. You can see my camera in the middle of the photo looking up to the ceiling mirror.
'Nose job' sculpture. Altered liquor store sign sculpture.
Stuffed unicorn under flourescent lights.
Light sculpture in elevator.
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