Annual Outdoor Music Series Runs Every Saturday from July 7–September 8 (Long Island City, NY-May 30, 2012) MoMA PS1 presents Warm Up 2012, beginning July 7 and taking place every Saturday this summer through September 8. Now celebrating its 15th year, the museum's highly anticipated outdoor series will continue its tradition of introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, performance, and DJs. The annual series is held in MoMA PS1's courtyard, which this year will feature a temporary urban landscape by HWKN called Wendy, the winning design of MoMA PS1's 13th annual Young Architects Program. M. Wells will be cooking in the courtyard all summer long. This year's Warm Up marks the third year the series will be conceived by a curatorial committee hand selected by the museum to represent a wide spectrum of expertise and experiences in music, sound, and the performing arts, resulting in a unique summer sound that explores, interprets, and combines genres. Selected by MoMA PS1 director Klaus Biesenbach and organized by MoMA PS1 curatorial assistant Eliza Ryan, the Warm Up 2012 committee includes Dean Bein, head of True Panther Sounds; Kris Chen, head of XL Recordings; Robin Carolan, head of Tri Angle Records; Jonathan Galkin, co-founder of DFA Records; Brandon Stosuy, editor for Pitchfork; Matt Werth, label head of RVNG Intl; and Imogene Strauss, as bookings and stage manager. In addition, Warm Up will draw from local New York design talent, featuring rotating stage installations by CONFETTISYSTEM, Fort Makers, Fort Standard, The Principals, Rich Brilliant Willing, and Thunder Horse Video, organized by Jocelyn Miller, MoMA PS1 curatorial assistant. For the first time, MoMA PS1 will offer advanced tickets for each Saturday and tickets will go on sale June 18th at Warm Up 2012 July 7th Todd Terry / X-Mix Productions / New York, NY Light Asylum / Mexican Summer / Brooklyn, NY Nguzunguzu / Fade to Mind / Hippos in Tanks / Los Angeles, CA Trust / Arts and Crafts/ Toronto, ON Arca ft. HBA / UNO / New York, NY July 14th Terrence Parker / Parker Music Works / Detroit, MI D3 (Mark Flash, Jon Dixon, DeSean Jones) / Underground Resistance / Detroit, MI Ron Morelli / L.I.E.S. / New York, NY Jeremie Delon / A1 / L.I.E.S. / New York, NY Steve Summers / L.I.E.S. / New York, NY Professor Genius / L.I.E.S. / New York, NY July 21st Matthew Dear (DJ Set) / Ghostly International / Spectral Sound / New York, NY Sepalcure / Hotflush Recordings / Berlin / New York, NY Le1f / Camp & Street / Greedhead / New York, NY MikeQ / Fade To Mind / Qween Beat / Mad Decent / New York / New Jersey

JDH and Dave P / FIXED / New York, NY Featuring an appearance by Miguel / Bystrom / RCA Records Artist / Los Angeles, CA July 28th MJ Cole / Prolific Recordings / London DJ Spoko /True Panther/Atteridgeville, South Africa Micachu & The Shapes (DJ Set) / Rough Trade / London Slava / Software / Brooklyn, NY Van Rivers August 4th Jamie xx / Young Turks / London Pearson Sound / Hessle Audio / United Kingdom Lemonade / True Panther / Brooklyn, NY Sinjin Hawke / Pelican Fly / Barcelona Zora Jones / Pelican Fly / Barcelona August 11th Photek / Photek Productions / United Kingdom Evian Christ / Tri Angle / Ellesmere Port, UK Shlohmo / Friends of Friends / Los Angeles / New York Autre Ne Veut / Software / Brooklyn, NY Howse / Tri Angle / Providence August 18th Floating Points / Eglo / London Jacques Greene / Vase / Montreal Secret Circuit / Beats in Space / Los Angeles, CA Hieroglyphic Being / Mathematics Recordings/ Chicago, IL August 25th Just Blaze Nick Catchdubs / Fool's Gold / Brooklyn, NY Danny Brown / Fool’s Gold / Detroit, MI The Stallions (Lovefingers & Lee Douglas) / ESP Institute / New York, NY BAIO / Greco-Roman / Brooklyn, NY September 1st James Holden / Border Community / London Kassem Mosse / Workshop Records / Leipzig Om Unit / Civil Music / London Silent Diane / Austin, TX September 8th Atoms For Peace (DJ set) / XL Recordings / London Rustie / Warp / Glasgow Holy Other / Tri Angle / Manchester Maria Minerva / Not Not Fun / London Justin Strauss / WhateverWhatever / New York, NY Sponsorship Warm Up 2012 is sponsored in part by The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art and The Wellspring Foundation. Special thanks to Ace Hotel New York.

Press Contact: Rebecca Taylor, (718) 786-3139, For downloadable high-resolution images, register at Warm Up 2012 General Information Hours and Directions Opening July 7, Warm Up 2012 will be held each Saturday for ten consecutive weeks, through September 8, from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. MoMA PS1 is located at 22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, across the Queensboro Bridge from midtown Manhattan. It is easily accessible by bus and subway. Traveling by subway, visitors should take either the E or M to Court Square - 23 Street (note that the M does not run on weekends); the 7 to 45 Road-Courthouse Square; or the G to Long Island City - Court Square. Visitors may also take the Q67 bus to Jackson and 46th Avenues or the B61 to Jackson Avenue. Visitors using public transportation are advised to check the MTA Weekend Service Advisory. Admission On Warm Up Saturdays, from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the admission fee to MoMA PS1 and Warm Up is $15. Included in this price is access to all exhibitions and Warm Up. MoMA Members receive one ticket for themselves with a valid Membership card. Long Island City residents receive one free entry for themselves upon showing proof of their residency. MoMA PS1 General Information Hours: MoMA PS1 is open from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Thursday through Monday. It is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. • artbook@MoMA PS1 is open from 1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. Museum Admission: Admission is suggested: $10.00 for adults; $5.00 for students and senior citizens; free for Long Island City Residents, MoMA members and MoMA admission ticket holders. The MoMA ticket must be presented at MoMA PS1 within thirty days of date on ticket and is not valid during Warm Up or other MoMA PS1 events or benefits. Websites: •

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