Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror
March 31–June 23, 2019
A major survey of the work of artist and activist Nancy Spero (American, 1926–2009). Organized by Julie Ault, Paper Mirror features more than 100 works from across Spero’s six-decade career.

Simone Fattal: Works and Days
March 31–September 2, 2019The first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. of the work of Simone Fattal (Lebanese and American, b.1942), bringing together over 100 works that draw from sources including war narratives, ancient history, mythology, and Sufi poetry. 
Gina Beavers: The Life I Deserve
March 31–September 2, 2019The first solo museum exhibition of New York-based artist Gina Beavers, whose visceral, vexing, often grotesque paintings transform images sourced from the internet into painted reliefs composed from thick layers of acrylic medium.
Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds: Surviving Active Shooter Custer

March 31–September 2, 2019

 

A presentation of new and recent large scale print works by artist, activist, and educator Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds.

Zheng Guogu: Visionary Transformation
March 31–June 23, 2019The first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. of Zheng Guogu, highlighting a selection of twelve paintings that retool imagery from traditional Buddhist thangkas
Redaction: A Project by Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts

March 31–May 5, 2019

 

The first collaboration between visual artist and filmmaker Titus Kaphar and memoirist, poet, and attorney Reginald Dwayne Betts, focusing on the ways that state and federal court systems exploit and erase the poor and incarcerated from public consciousness.

 

Karrabing Film Collective
March 31–May 27, 2019The first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. of Karrabing Film Collective, an indigenous media group based in Australia’s Northern Territories that uses filmmaking and installation as a form of grassroots resistance and self-organization.
Elena López Riera: Those Who Desire
March 31–June 2, 2019Elena López Riera’s new film chronicles Valencia’s colombicultura, an exclusively male subculture devoted to raising and training homing pigeons for competition.
For more information:
Molly Kurzius, Director of Communications, MoMA PS1
(718) 392-6447 or molly_kurzius@moma.org