Long-term Installations

Cecily Brown: Untitled

1997

Cecily Brown created Untitled for the 1997 group exhibition Vertical Paintings.

Untitled is located in Staircase B.


  • Cecily Brown. Untitled. 1997. Photo by Matthew Septimus.

 
 
Long-term Installations

Long-term installations can be seen all year-round at MoMA PS1. Works by an impressive roster of artists, such as James Turrell, Pipilloti Rist and William Kentridge, are on view throughout the building. These site-specific installations range in scale and medium; some are obvious to the eye, while others are so ingrained in the environment, the act of discovery becomes part of the process. Since MoMA PS1 is the largest non-collecting contemporary art institution in the world, these works belong to the artists.