MoMA PS1's Warm Up with MJ Cole on July 28, 2012

MoMA PS1's courtyard fills up once again for another great day of music at Warm Up.

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  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

  • Photograph: Loren Wohl

Photograph: Loren Wohl


Well, this past Saturday’s Warm Up finally broke the season’s run of sprinkle-free editions—but really, it’s gonna take more than a few drops of H20 to keep revelers out of MoMA PS1’s courtyard. The music—from two-step pioneer MJ Cole, DFA’s Sinkane, London’s Oneman and Brooklyn’s own Slava—probably had something to do with that. But the party’s vibe, not to mention the attraction of cold beer on a hot afternoon, sure doesn’t hurt.

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