Björk To Be Honored with MoMA Retrospective Exhibition
The singer's career is the focus of an upcoming eponymous exhibit.
New York’s Museum of Modern Art has announced an upcoming retrospective exhibit dedicated to the art and music of Icelandic auteur, Björk. Björk promises to “offer an experience of music in many layers, with instruments, a theatrical presentation, an immersive sound experience, a focused audio guide, and related visualizations—from photography and music videos to new media works.”
Pulling inspiration from more than two decades of artistic work, the exhibition will focus on Björk’s musical output (from 1993’s Debut to last month’s Vulnicura), as well as her collaborations with directors, photographers, fashion designers, and other equally innovative artists.
From Tesla coils and “Gravity Harps,” to the infamous “Swan Dress” at the Oscars, all the assorted memorabilia of her career will be on display throughout the museum’s Marron Atrium for fans to be immersed in all things uniquely Björk.
Björk opens March 8 and runs through June 7, 2015. Learn more about the exhibit on the museum’s website.