In The Press: Ei Arakawa in The New York Times

June 11, 2010

As part of MoMA PS1’s quinquennial exhibition “Greater New York,” alumnus Ei Arakawa (BFA 2004 Fine Arts), along with the rest of the artistic collective Grand Openings, will co-opt a conference room on the museum’s third floor to produce a book. The exhibition presents work made by New York-based artists within the past five years and also features artists-in-residence—like Grand Openings—who are invited to experiment with new ideas within PS1’s building for the duration of the exhibition. The Moment, the blog of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, interviewed Arakawa about the performance, his studies and SVA and working as an artist in New York.

“Greater New York” runs through Monday, October 18, at 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, New York.

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