Björk at MoMA

Post Author: Edwina Hay

Three years ago, the curators at the Museum of Modern Art had the idea to make music as the center of an exhibition. On Sunday, March 8, the result of that idea will open to the public when a career retrospective dedicated to the multifaceted work of Björk opens to the public. On Tuesday, March 3, MoMA held a press preview and we were able to experience the exhibition, including the audio portion called “Songlines,” for this gallery. In addition to experiencing her work over the past 20 years, visitors will also be able to view a new video and music installation commissioned for MoMA called Black Lake, which was filmed in three days in Iceland that was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang.

The innovative singer, composer and musician Björk has a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan that runs through early June.