As one of the exhibitions celebrating the institution’s 40th anniversary, MoMA PS1 presents a survey of early works by Vito Acconci, whose projects exemplify the energy and innovation of the decade that preceded the museum’s founding in 1976. Titled after one of his iconic pieces, ‘Vito Acconci:Where We Are Now (Who Are We Anyway?)’, 1976 is a solo exhibition of early works by the unconventional writer, poet, performance, video and conceptual artist, and designer/architect. Read more.
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