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 Manager of Public Engagement Rachel Ropeik and Curator Nat Trotman speak about the Museum Artwork at Jus Broadcasting on the Ajj da Mudda and Jus Galbaat shows. Felix Gonzalez-Torres' sculpture “Untitled” (Public Opinion) spent the month of June at Jus Broadcasting's headquarters in Astoria, Queens.
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
Untitled (Public Opinion) by Felix Gonzales Torres from the permanent collection of the Guggenheim Museum is installed by professional art handlers at Pet Resources pet store in the Bronx. Visit the artwork anytime throughout April during the stores regular open hours; Mon-Sat 11am—7pm and Sun 11am—5pm. Viewers are invited to interact with the artwork by taking and eating the liquorice candy.
Documentation: Kristopher McKay, copyright Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
This Sunday at 1:30pm, St. Philip's vestry member Tod Roulette joins Nat Trotman, Curator of Performance and Media and the Guggenheim Museum, for an in-depth conversation about the work of artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, whose 1991 sculpture "Untitled" (Public Opinion) is currently on view at St. Philip's Church.