MoMa Retrospective March 8 – June 7: Björk

By - Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Icelandic composer, musician and singer, Björk, will be the subject of a MoMa retrospective exhibition, opening March 8, 2015. The exhibition will feature a sound and video installation, commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, for the song “Black Lake,” from Björk’s newest album, Vulnicura, released January, 20th, 2015.

In celebration of the exhibition, Björk and all of her weirdness will grace the cover of Juxtapoz’ April issue. 



It’s been 19 years since Björk repeatedly clocked a reporter who got too close to her baby at a Bangkok airport in 1996. Who knew that when she released “Army of Me” she really was a one-woman force not to be reckoned with. And how times have changed. The eccentric artist is just as strangely innovative as ever, and the retrospective exhibition promises to be as bizarre and original as Björk herself, as it attempts to summate and interactively present 20 years of the star’s pioneering music career and life.

Check out Juxtapoz for behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with MoMa Chief Curator, Klaus Biesenbach and Björk herself.


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