Queens Museum: November 2017 Exhibitions


November at the Queens Museum 

Never Built New York, Installation view, 3D unbuilt designs on our Panorama. Courtesy Queens Museum. Photo by Hai Zhang.




Patty Chang: The Wandering Lake, 2009-2017
On view through Feb 18, 2018

Featuring the US premiere of performance and video artist Patty Chang’s large-scale mixed media installation that has been culled from her ambitious 8-year project The Wandering Lake (2009-2017)


Never Built New York
On view through Feb 18, 2018

Presenting a New York City that could have been, featuring 150 years of the boldest, most far-reaching urban designs that never made it past the drawing board by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, I.M. Pei, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and many more.


Sable Elyse Smith: Ordinary Violence
On view through Feb 18, 2018

The first solo museum show by Sable Elyse Smith, a Queens Museum Jerome Fellow who continues her ongoing exploration of violence and its effects, specifically incarcerated individuals and their loved ones.


Julia Wiest with Nestor Siré:
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On view through Feb 18, 2018

Queens Museum Jerome Fellow Julia Weist collaborates with Cuban artist Nestor Siré to explore informal networks in Cuba and the country’s underground, offline version of the web: El Paquete Semanal.


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.




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