Look at, read, and listen to the online publication for our upcoming exhibition After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?”, in which twelve New York City-connected artists and artist groups address shelter, home, and mobility. Find previews of their works, readings they suggested, audio of the artists talking about their ideas, and in some cases, special new projects.Descubre, lee y escucha la publicación online sobre nuestra próxima exposición After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?”, en la que doce artistas y grupos artísticos vinculados a la ciudad de Nueva York tratarán el tema del alojamiento, la vivienda y la movilidad. Encontrarán presentaciones de sus obras, lecturas recomendadas, audios en los que lxs artistas hablan acerca de sus ideas y, en algunos casos, nuevos proyectos muy especiales.



Learn about selected photographs from our upcoming exhibition Bruce Davidson: Outsider on the Inside. Spanning from 1959 to 1997, the exhibition features more than one hundred prints by celebrated photographer Bruce Davidson and focuses on private moments in public spaces throughout New York City.

Descubre una selección de obras de la exposición Bruce Davidson: Outsider on the Inside. La exposición hace un recorrido desde 1959 y hasta 1997, presentando más de cien impresiones del célebre fotógrafo Bruce Davidson. Las obras se centran en momentos privados en espacios públicos de toda la ciudad de Nueva York.

Image: Bruce Davidson, from the series Brooklyn Gang, 1959. Gelatin silver print.




In 1858, the Ridgewood Reservoir was built on the Brooklyn-Queens border to hold the once independent City of Brooklyn’s fresh water supply. Ridgewood Reservoir for the 21st Century traces the 160-year transformation of the site from the construction of its three water basins to its invaluable present-day role as a 50 acre open space in Highland Park. Discover a virtual preview of this Community Partnership exhibition, which will be situated around the historic Watershed Model and will include photographs, maps, historic ephemera, and documentation of the past four years of NYC H2O’s stewardship and advocacy work, which has led to the protection and preservation of the site. 

El embalse Ridgewood se construyó en 1858 en la frontera entre Brooklyn y Queens como suministro de agua dulce de la Ciudad de Brooklyn, que fue independiente en su día. La exposición Ridgewood Reservoir for the 21st Century (“El embalse de Ridgewood para el siglo XXI”) recorre su evolución a lo largo de 160 años, desde la construcción de las tres cuencas hasta su incalculable valor como espacio abierto de más de 20 hectáreas en Highland Park en la actualidad. Disfrute de este avance virtual de esta exposición Community Partnership (asociación comunitaria), que se situará alrededor del histórico Watershed Model (el modelo de la cuenca hidrográfica) e incluirá fotografías, mapas, objetos históricos y documentación reunida durante los últimos cuatro años gracias al trabajo de gestión y defensa de la fundación NYC H2O, que contribuyó a proteger y conservar el paraje.

Image: © Jonathan Atkin



If you are able, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Queens Museum. Every gift matters and allows us to continue to serve the communities that rely on us.Si le es posible, por favor, considere hacer una donación deducible de impuestos al Queens Museum. Cada donación es importante y nos permitirá continuar sirviendo a las comunidades que confían en nosotrxs.

Major funding for the 2017 relighting of the Panorama of the City of New York was generously provided by Amazon Studios. Significant in-kind support provided by Crystal Window and Door Systems and Knight Electrical Services Corp. Very special thanks to Battery Park City Authority, Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, Jack and Dorothy Kupferberg Family Foundation, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, New York Mets Foundation, Radii Inc., and the hundreds of donors to the Adopt A Building Program for their support of the ongoing care and maintenance of the Panorama.

After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?” is made possible by lead support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Generous support is also provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. Special thanks to Powerhouse Arts.

Ridgewood Reservoir for the 21st Century is generously supported by Peter M. Frishauf, KC Rice, Alexandra and Paul Herzan, and Patagonia. NYC H2O programs are made possible by New York City Council Members Robert Holden and Antonio Reynoso, and New York State Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi. This exhibition is presented as part of Queens Museum’s Community Partnership Exhibition Program, which provides opportunities for cultural and other nonprofit organizational partners to develop and mount short-term exhibitions based on their programs and our collaborative projects.

Major funding for the Queens Museum is generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Lambent Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, and the TD Charitable Foundation.




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