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Stay up late partying at MoMA PS1 during this after-hours event

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Howard Halle
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MoMA PS1’s Warm-Up series may have wrapped, but that doesn’t mean the partying has stopped out in Queens. On Nov 19, the old public school turned cutting-edge art center in Long Island City will be open to the public until midnight as part of “Night at the Museum”—“a unique, late-night celebration” of MoMA PS1’s current exhibition schedule.

The shows include, “Mark Leckey: Containers and Their Drivers,” “Projects 105: Cinthia Marcelle,” and “Sascha Braunig: Shivers.” Food and drink is being provided by local eatery M. Wells.

Take a look at these photos for a taste of what you can expect on your moonlight tour of MoMA PS1.

Mark Leckey, Felix The Cat, 2013
Pablo Enriquez, Courtesy the artist and MoMA PS1
Sascha Braunig, Coverage, 2011
Mark Woods, courtesy Foxy Production, New York
Cinthia Marcelle, Education by Stone (Educação pela pedra), 2016, installation view
Pablo Enriquez, courtesy the artist and MoMA PS1
Cinthia Marcelle, Education by Stone (Educação pela pedra), 2016, detail

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