This weekend, I visited the "Greater New York" show at MoMA PS1. Held every five years, the exhibition shows the work of both emerging and established New York City-based artists. This year's show explores the sense of nostalgia many people feel for the New York of the 1970s and 1980s - a time when New York was more affordable for young artists and creators. The exhibition takes over PS1's entire building (a former schoolhouse) and features over 400 works by 157 artists. Among the highlights is an exhibition by one of our favorite New York retailers, Kiosk, which features a display of unique objects from around the world, each with its own quirky backstory.
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