I’m excited to be presenting two newly-commissioned works for P.S.1 for their upcoming exhibition, “1969” that opens October 25. I’ll post more in detail about the works, which revisit both Robert Morris and Joseph Beuys’, but for now, here’s the exhibition description on their website… So excited to be a part of this lineup and an amazing honor to be asked to contribute to the dialogue!
On a side note, kinda awesome that Vito Acconci (among others) is a part of the show… I just included an image of him from the latest J.Crew catalog in my ongoing series “1001 Words” for the SFMOMA blog. Hellooooo, Vito!
On view October 25, 2009 – April 5, 2010
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents 1969, a large scale exhibition occupying the entire second floor with works drawn from every department of The Museum of Modern Art. Exploring a cross section of art made during a period marked with revolution and socio-political tumult, this exhibition also will embrace five interventions by a current generation of artists whose work reflects the concerns of 1969 and brings the exhibition into the present. These younger artists will be given free reign to respond to the works on view and to the time period in general. Continue reading ““1969” at P.S.1, opens 10/25/09″