New York City residents will have free access to MoMA PS1 – the Queens outpost of the Museum of Modern Art that bills itself as a “true artistic laboratory” – for one year, starting tomorrow.
Get the details here, courtesy of my colleagues at the LIC Post. For their free admission, NYC residents should bring proof of residency such as a driver’s license, state-issued identification card or a utility bill.
Entrance to PS1 was already free for residents with a Long Island City zip code (what up), an important gesture to the community, albeit under-publicized. I’m psyched that this gift has been extended to all New Yorkers. Now all PS1 has to do is convince them all the Long Island City isn’t the located on the fucking moon. It’s fifteen minutes from midtown, people, get over yourselves!
Featured Image: Elk Studios, 2012