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His work seeks to find a common ground in artistic experiences through a pastiche of styles and mediums Gavin Kenyon: Reliquary Void On view March 16–September 14, 2014 For his first museum solo exhibition, Gavin Kenyon presents his largest sculpture to date and debuts a new series of textile-based works. Created specifically for MoMA PS1’s Duplex Gallery, Kenyon’s new cast-concrete sculpture, Pillar (2014), resembles a bulbous, asymmetric column that rises over 20 feet in the two-story space. Kenyon’s massive work brings together the poetic and grotesque, highlighting a shift from human-sized objects to work of monumental scale. Retrospective by Xavier Le Roy On view October 2–December 1, 2014 With Eleanor Bauer, Andrew Champlin, Sherwood Chen, Lindsay Clark, Alex Escalante, Ben Evans, Moriah Evans, Bryana Fritz, Michael Helland, K.J. Holmes, Iréne Hultman, Columbine Macher, Oisin Monaghan, Katy Pyle, Will Rawls and Takahiro Yamamoto. A Memory of Astoria September 24, 2014–January 8, 2015 • In the lobby Organized by Jason Eppink, Associate Curator of Digital Media Ezra Wube (b. 1980, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; lives in Brooklyn) works with video, installation, drawing, painting, and performance. Reflecting on his identity as a person of two cultures at the intersection of tradition and modern life, Wube makes work about the uncertainty of time and place and the malleability of memory. Lights, Camera, Astoria! October 26, 2013–January 4, 2015 • In the Amphitheater Gallery This exhibition traces the fascinating history of the Astoria studio, which has been at the heart of filmmaking in New York City since 1920. The site was the East Coast home of Paramount Pictures in the silent and early talkingpicture eras, a center for independent filmmaking in the 1930s, and the U.S. Army Pictorial Center from World War II into the Cold War. After falling into disrepair in the early 1970s, the site has become a thriving cultural hub that includes Kaufman Astoria Studios and Museum of the Moving Image. What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones July 19, 2014–January 19, 2015 Animation director and artist Charles Martin “Chuck” Jones (1912–2002) made some of the most enduringly popular cartoons of all time. He perfected the wisecracking Bugs Bunny and the exasperated Daffy Duck, and created a host of other characters, including Pepé Le Pew, Wile E. Coyote, and the Road Runner, bringing an unparalleled talent for comic invention and a flair for creating distinctive, memorable characters to the art of film animation. In a career spanning three decades, Jones directed more than 300 animated films, and was given an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement. Isamu Noguchi, Patent Holder: Designing the World of Tomorrow Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - Sunday, January 4, 2015 The proverb "necessity is the mother of invention" comes to mind with regard to Isamu Noguchi's involvement in industrial design beginning in the 1930s. Noguchi's efforts as a designer--he even started a business called Time Design offering a dizzying array of services--were motivated by many factors. Highlights from the Collection: Noguchi Archaic/ Noguchi Modern Wednesday, March 5, 2014 - Sunday, January 11, 2015 The only thing Noguchi loved more than the promise of the future was the sense of belonging to the Earth he derived from working with million and billion year old pieces of rock. Noguchi Archaic/ Noguchi Modern explores a stylistic wormhole that seems to link the ancient past and the distant future in his work.
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