5.27/ Queens Museum: June Exhibitions




Installation view of Ronny Quevedo, no hay medio tiempo / there is no halftime (after Glissant and Quevedo) at the Queens Museum, 2017. © 2017 Queens Museum. All rights reserved. Photo: Hai Zhang



Marinella Senatore: Piazza Universale / Social Stages

On view through July 30, 2017

Senatore fosters the creative power of crowds to produce works that initiate a dialogue between history, culture, and social structures. This exhibition introduces her multifaceted practice by looking at recent projects created between 2009 and today.


Nine: 2017 Queens Museum Studio Program Exhibition

On view through Aug 27, 2017

Featuring artists who have occupied studios at the Queens Museum from 2015 to 2017 including ruby onyinyechi amanze, Andrew Beccone, Chris Bogia, Gloria Maximo, Ander Mikalson, Karolina Sobecka, Alina Tenser, Tuo Wang, and Bryan Zanisnik.


Anna K.E.: Profound Approach and Easy Outcome

On view through Feb 18, 2018

The fourth iteration in a series of site-specific commissions by women artists on the Large Wall, K.E.’s work playfully renders a complex reflection on artistic production, feminism, power, and the role of institutions.


Ronny Quevedo: no hay medio tiempo / there is no halftime

On view through Aug 13, 2017

Quevedo’s large-scale and cross-disciplinary works incorporate wide-ranging graphic references from sports field diagrams to Andean heraldic codes. This project visualizes the ethos of global migration and displacement of peoples and cultures.


Commonwealth: Water For All

On view through July 30, 2017

Highlighting the urgency of water rights, this exhibition in the Queens Museum’s Watershed Gallery brings together We Are the Storm and Wellspring, two recently acquired portfolios of artists’ prints developed by the Justseeds Artist Cooperative, organized by Interference Archive.




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