Performance Club Takes On Abramović Exhibit

Performance art has invaded New York museums with a vengeance this winter and spring. So I figure the Performance Club might as well, too. 

Some of us, myself included, have already seen the Abramović retrospective at MOMA. (You can hear my thoughts on the installation here). On Friday, April 30, I'm going back for seconds.  Who's in?

I plan to arrive at 3 p.m., and the lovely folks at MoMA are giving us 10 free tickets. Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, April 9 if you're interested and we’ll draw the winners out of a hat. Just leave a comment below and we'll notify the winners via email next Monday. Just be sure you can firmly commit to attending that day and notify us if you have to cancel so another P'Clubber can benefit from the free ticket.

Of course, everyone is welcome to join at 3 and pay admission. Or come an hour later and wait in line for free Friday tickets. The museum doesn’t charge entry from 4 to 8 p.m., which means it will be packed.

Though, I think that aspect will only add to the show’s live elements when people don’t have that much room to maneuver. What do you say when you bump into a naked person, especially if she’s not allowed to speak? Should prove interesting.