Image: Courtesy of the Queens Museum. Photo by Hai Zhang. 

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The Art of Rube Goldberg

October 6, 2019 – February 9, 2020

The Art of Rube Goldberg celebrates the work of one of the most influential comic illustrators of the twentieth century. Chronicling all aspects of Goldberg’s 72-year career, from his earliest published cartoons to his invention drawings, the exhibition offers an unprecedented opportunity to trace the progression of his artistic development.


Nicolas Moufarrege
Recognize My Sign

October 6, 2019 – February 16, 2020

During a career that lasted just over a decade, Nicolas Moufarrege (1947–1985) created a unique body of embroidered paintings in Beirut, Paris, and New York City. Recognize My Sign traces his career’s development from small-scale tapestries in the early 1970s to the final works made in New York from 1980 to 1985.


American Artist
My Blue Window

October 6, 2019 – February 16, 2020

Jerome Foundation Fellow American Artist presents My Blue Window, a multimedia installation that continues Artist’s exploration of institutionalized racism. The exhibition focuses on predictive policing software technologies, which send police to patrol purported “high risk” crime zones before incidents are even reported. Though these digital tools appear to be neutral, My Blue window reveals how they reinforce the racial bias in law enforcement.


Pia Camil

Fade into black: sit, chill, look, talk, roll, play, listen, give, take, dance, share
October 6, 2019 – February 16, 2020

Manufactured in Latin America and Southeast Asia, cotton t-shirts travel north to be printed, worn, and discarded, then travel south again in bulk to be sold in the second-hand markets of Mexico City. Mexican artist Pia Camil has sewn them together and imported them again as a massive curtain-like artwork. Sit on the carpet or on stuffed jean sculptures and ask yourself: how does a t-shirt’s message change when it travels across borders?


It’s Not About You, It’s About Us

October 6, 2019 – October 27, 2019

New New Yorkers is a program produced in long-term collaboration with the Queens Library that provides free multilingual workshops to new immigrants. The works featured in this exhibit were produced over the last year and express the diver cultures of the program’s.


For Exhibition Programs, ‘ArtAccess’, Performances, Films & Cultural Events, Please visit www.queensmuseum.org



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