Related Exhibitions

In conjunction with the exhibition Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life

Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962–1978
The Paul J. Sachs Prints and Illustrated Books Galleries
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
11 West 53rd Street
September 21, 2011–January 16, 2012
Information:, 212/708-9400

at/around/beyond: Fluxus at Rutgers
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, NJ
September 24, 2011– April 1, 2012
Wednesday, November 2, 6:30 pm: Fluxconcert, Larry Miller
Information:, 732/932-7237

Prospectus New York: Ben Kinmont
Tracey/Berry Gallery, Fales Library, Bobst Library, New York University
70 Washington Square South, Third Floor
September 15–November 15, 2011
Information: 212/998-2596

Anarchism Without Adjectives: On the Work of Christopher D’Arcan
gelo 1975–79
Artists Space
38 Greene Street, Third Floor
September 10–October 16, 2011
Information:, 212/226-3970

Creative Time Summit 3: Living as Form
Conference: Friday, September 23
NYU Skirball Center, 566 LaGuardia Place

Essex Street Market,
120 Essex Street (at Delancey Street)
September 16–October 16, 2011
Free of charge

Includes over 100 artists and projects, 25 curators, and 9 new commissions highlighting 20 years of socially engaged art.
Information:,, 212/206-6674

Yoko Ono Imagine Peace: Featuring John & Yoko’s Year of Peace
University Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY
September 6–October 15, 2011

Organized by the Myers School of Art, University of Akron, and curated by Kevin Concannon and John Noga.
Information:, 631/632-7240

SoHo: The Intersection of Art and Real Estate
Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute at Baruch College
151 East 25th Street
Thursday, December 1, 8:30 am–12:30 pm

On the 40th anniversary of zoning-law changes that created artists’ live/work lofts in SoHo, this conference will present government officials, real-estate developers, activists, and artists to
explore the neighborhood’s history and ponder its future. SoHo as we know it derives from the vision of one man: Fluxus founder George Maciunas, who conceived Fluxhouses where artists could live and work. During the 1970s, SoHo artists staved off urban-renewal pressures and successfully lobbied for zoning changes. Through the 1980s, SoHo thrived as an art-focused mixed-use neighborhood. Then real estate values began to rise, and commerce pushed art out.

Today, SoHo’s character is determined by the fashion, cosmetics, and home-furnishings stores that occupy its ground floors. What should be done? Can art survive as a vital component of SoHo? Should residential occupancy remain restricted to artists? Should retail stores be allowed to continue proliferating, contrary to zoning laws? Although the neighborhood is landmarked, will its physical character change?

Free of charge. To register, call 646/660-6950.

Starts 9/21/11 6:30 pm
Ends 1/16/12 8:00 pm
Location The Museum of Modern Art, New York 11 West 53rd Street


Program Types: Related Exhibition