In May a high school drama class from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Queens performed site-specific theater piece in response to specific artworks at the Guggenheim Museum
Felix Gonzalez-Torres' piece “Untitled” (Public Opinion) returns to the Guggenheim Museum where it is on view all month with documentation of its journey to each venue in . . . circle through New York.
Guggenheim Museum Curator Nat Trotman visited Jus Broadcasting to shoot two Punjabi TV shows, Jus Galbat and the The Bikkar Badshah show featuring Jaggi Singh as a comedic corrupt Punjabi police officer. The episodes focused around the work of artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres and his piece “Untitled” (Public Opinion) that is spending the month of June at Jus Broadcasting's headquarters in Astoria, Queens as part of . . . circle through New York.
Photos by Kristopher McKay, SRGM
In April Astoria Queen's based Punjabi TV station Jus Broadcasting shot episodes of its news show Aja Mudda and its new fast-paced topical interview show Honestly at the Guggenheim Museum.
Jus Broadcasting's Bikkar Badshah show features Jaggi Singh as a comedic corrupt Punjabi police officer. Watch this episode to follow Bikkar as he explores the museum and interacts with visitors, staff and artworks.
This month as part of . . . circle through New York, Jus Broadcasting will be producing Punjabi TV shows at the Guggenheim Museum. Jus Broadcasting's Bikkar Badshah show features Jaggi Singh as a comedic corrupt Punjabi police officer. Bikkar as he explores the Museum and interacts with visitors. The finished episode will air on Jus 24x7 and will be posted to this site.
Documentation: Giacomo Francia
Learn how to sing the oldest song in the world with musician, Joan Borrell. Come to the Guggenheim Museum any day (except Thursdays) during March at 11.50am or 1.50pm to collectively perform the song in the rotunda with staff and museum visitors.
A Museum Artwork, "Untitled" (Public Opinion) by Felix Gonzales Torres, is installed at St. Philip's Church throughout March. Visit the church to meet members of the congregation and vestry and to view the artwork.
“Untitled” (Public Opinion) is a 1991 work by Felix Gonzalez-Torres consisting of a large quantity—ideally 700 pounds—of individually wrapped licorice candies, which are poured directly on the floor, usually in a pile or flat rectangle, and available for viewers to take and eat. As this artwork travels around the circle, it will be installed by a team of museum professionals in response to the architecture of each site. This is the first time it has been exhibited outside of the context of a museum or gallery.
Photo's by Kristopher McKay, © Guggenheim Museum
The Aye Simon Reading Room on the Rotunda Ramp of the Guggenheim Museum will serve as an information center for ...circle through New York where books on each partner can be read, and documentation of the project so far viewed.