All virtual programs are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Start times for all other continental US time zones are listed in the program description below the main image. For in-person programs, the program start time is listed in the location’s time zone.
- This event has passed.
New York | Curator-led tour of ‘Greater New York’ at MoMA PS1
February 10, 2022 | 5:00 pm
Please join us for a tour of Greater New York at MoMA PS1, led by curator Ruba Katrib and assistant curator Jody Graf. This signature survey of artists living and working in the New York City area returns for its fifth edition, after a one year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s iteration offers an intimate portrayal of New York City, forging connections between often under-examined histories of art-making in the city.
This program is open to ArtTable members and their guests only. Not a member? Join today!
- ArtTable Members – $15
- Members may bring a guest for an additional $20
Please review before registering:
Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
All visitors (ages 5+) to The Museum of Modern Art and its Stores must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration or by the World Health Organization. Visit the Key to NYC for dosage requirements and timeline details. We continue to require masks for visitors (ages 2+) and staff in all indoor areas of the Museum; complimentary face masks are available.
To enter the Museum, you may show any of these accepted forms of proof of COVID-19 vaccination (together with a valid photo ID for ages 18+):
- NYC COVID Safe App
- CLEAR Health Pass
- New York State Excelsior App or Excelsior Plus App
- A photo or hard copy of an official immunization record of a vaccine administered from within or outside the U.S.
- For visitors who received an immunization within the U.S., a photo or hard copy of their CDC vaccination card or other official immunization record showing proof of the following vaccines is acceptable: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or an active (not placebo) COVID-19 vaccine candidate that is part of a U.S.-based clinical trial
- For visitors who received an immunization outside of the U.S., in addition to those listed above, proof of the following vaccines is acceptable: AstraZeneca/SK Bioscience, Serum Institute of India/COVISHIELD and Vaxzevria, Sinopharm-BBIBP, or Sinovac.
We are working to keep you safe and healthy, but we cannot guarantee you won’t be exposed to COVID-19. By entering MoMA or MoMA PS1 you assume the risk of such exposure.
If you feel sick or have a cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or trouble breathing, fever, chills, loss of smell, or muscle pain, or if you have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your health care provider and please do not visit MoMA or MoMA PS1.
We may share your name and email address with a governmental health authority should that information be requested for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes. If you do not want your name or email address used for these purposes, please email email@example.com.
Admire artwork from a distance, at least an arm’s length. And no touching art, platforms, or cases (unless a sign or label says it’s okay).
MoMA PS1’s checkroom is currently closed. Visitors will not be admitted with bags larger than 11 × 17 × 5” (28 × 43 × 13 cm).
Still photography is permitted for personal, noncommercial use only unless otherwise noted. Video is not permitted. Flash, tripods, and camera extension poles are not allowed.
MoMA PS1 offers a variety of free programs and services to make the museum accessible to all.
MoMA PS1’s public entrance on Jackson Avenue, including the entrance to the main building, is accessible by ramp. Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the admissions desk, lobby, and coat check on a first-come, first-served basis. The three main floors of the museum, including the bookstore, café, and basement level, are accessible by elevator. For elevator access to the basement, please ask for assistance at the greeter podium in the lobby of the main museum building. Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms are located on floors one and three. For more information, or to request accommodations, please call the front desk during regular public hours, Thursday to Monday, 12:00–6:00 p.m., at (718) 784-2086.
ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization. All programs are non-refundable.
About the curators
Jody Graf is a curator and writer based in New York. She is an Assistant Curator at MoMA PS1, where she has worked on exhibitions including Greater New York 2021; Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life (2021); Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration (2020); Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991-2011 (2019); Simone Fattal: Works and Days (2019); and Sue Coe: Graphic Resistance (2018), among others. She curated the 2021 Parsons MFA Thesis show, and has worked as an independent curator on numerous projects. Her writing has been featured in publications including Texte Zur Kunst, Frieze, Mousse, CURA, and The Exhibitionist. She received her BA from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU, and her MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.
Ruba Katrib is Curator at MoMA PS1. At MoMA PS1 she has curated exhibitions such as Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life (2021), Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991 – 2011 (2019) (co-curated with Peter Eleey), the retrospective of Simone Fattal in 2019, and the solo shows of Edgar Heap of Birds (2019), Karrabing Collective (2019), Fernando Palma Rodríguez, and Julia Phillips (2018). From 2012 – 2018 she was Curator at SculptureCenter in New York where she curated over twenty solo and group exhibitions, including solo shows of the work of Carissa Rodriguez (2018), Kelly Akashi, Sam Anderson, Teresa Burga, Nicola L., Charlotte Prodger (all 2017), Rochelle Goldberg, Aki Sasamoto, Cosima von Bonin (all 2016), Anthea Hamilton, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Magali Reus, Gabriel Sierra, Michael E. Smith, Erika Verzutti (all 2015), David Douard, and Jumana Manna (both 2014). Previously, Katrib was the Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami from 2007 – 2012. Katrib was also co-founder of the residency and exhibition space Threewalls in Chicago, and has also held positions at the Renaissance Society and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, where she currently serves on the Graduate Committee. She was a research advisor for the 2018 Carnegie International and a member of the Advisory Board for Recess, a non-profit artist residency and exhibition space in New York. Katrib co-curated SITE Santa Fe’s 2018 biennial, Casa Tomada, along with José Luis Blondet and Candice Hopkins.
About the exhibition
Featuring the work of 47 artists and collectives, Greater New York opens up geographic and historical boundaries by expanding familiar narratives around artists and art movements in New York. Bridging strategies of the documentary and the archive on the one hand, and surrealism and fabulation on the other, the exhibition considers the ways that artists record experiences of belonging and estrangement. Drawing connections across the interdisciplinary practices of international and intergenerational artists, Greater New York examines the many ways that affinities form in relation to place and through time.
The exhibition foregrounds the resilience of artists and artist communities in the city, while marking ways these artists have both profoundly shaped New York, and borne witness to its many transformations. As New York emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the exhibition offers an opportunity to mourn, celebrate, and reconnect with artist communities. This iteration of Greater New York honors not only the persistence of artists, many of whom have worked unrecognized over decades, but their ability to help us make sense of the many ruptures—social, political, and ecological—that have shaped New York City in this critical and transformative moment.
Image: Installation view of Shanzhai Lyric, Incomplete Poem (2015-ongoing). Greater New York 2021 on view at MoMA PS1 from October 7, 2021 to April 18, 2022. Image courtesy MoMA PS1. Photo: Noel Woodford; headshots courtesy of the speakers
Submit your ideas for programs to the ArtTable Programming Committee
Want to submit a networking event?
See ArtTable programs from 1980 through today.
ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization and all programs are non-refundable. Should a program be postponed by ArtTable for any reason, the purchaser’s ticket will be honored for the rescheduled program. Should a program be canceled and not rescheduled, the purchaser will receive credit to be used toward a future program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.