Step Into MoMA’s Sculpture Garden to View ‘YOU ARE HERE*’ ~ Contemporary Art in the Garden

 

 

 

Pierre Huyghe’s Untilled (Liegender Frauenakt) (2012), a sculpture incorporating a live bee colony.

A new installation enlivens the Sculpture Garden with contemporary art that breaks convention. Nearly all of the works on view were made in the last 20 years. Highlights include Wangechi Mutu’s Mama Ray (2020), a half-woman, half-manta ray figure that references mythologies of the Black Atlantic, where many enslaved Black people lost their lives; Jimmie Durham’s YOU ARE HERE*(2020), a poetic rendering of Midtown Manhattan that gives the exhibition its name; Nairy Baghramian’s Reclining (Pauline) (2023), a resolutely abstract work, completed just this spring, with seemingly supple forms that evoke the softness of the human body;

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