Get to Know Warm Up, MoMA PS1’s Esteemed Event Series

MoMA PS1's Warm Up on July 30, 2016. Image courtesy MoMA PS1, photo by Charles Roussel.

As we approach the end of summer 2016, MoMA PS1’s Warm Up nears the end of its nineteenth season, a fine accomplishment for anything music-affiliated in the temporal New York City art scene. Started in 1998 by Lokke Highstein (aka Lo-Ki), the summer concert series follows the experimental mindset of the museum itself, featuring six-hour showcases of pioneering (mostly) electronic artists. Highstein...

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