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Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Maintenance Art at Queens Museum, September 18, 2016 - February 19, 2017

“Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Maintenance Art is the first survey exhibition of the pioneering American artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles (b. Denver, CO, 1939). The exhibition features newly imagined historic performances, sculptural works, and current works-in-process as new site-specific installations, often using the unique features of the Queens Museum. 520 more words


Hey HO Let's GO ...

So Lee is a massive Ramones fan. Our first dance at our wedding was ‘Baby I Love You!’ and on our honeymoon we took a trip to Queen’s Museum, Flushing Meadow where a Ramones Exhibition was on. 79 more words


Queens Museum Passport Thursdays: India

There is a lot of amazing things to do in Queens through the summer (hopefully you’ve found some through our earlier posts).  But your summer won’t be compete until you’ve gone to… 274 more words

Park Events

Queens Museum - The Ramones Exhibit

Appearance on the Simpsons

Press letter from their first manager

Album Covers

Wardrobe and instruments

Tour Posters

Queens map

Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park with a rainbow… 559 more words



Nathan Kensinger is a photographer, filmmaker and curator based in Brooklyn, New York. His work explores hidden urban landscapes, off-limits industrial structures, unnatural waterways, environmental disaster zones and other liminal spaces. 160 more words


RAMONES and the quest for Queens’ artistic respect

The Queens Museum is a site of pilgrimage for punk rock fans from all over the area thanks to its Ramones exhibit, which is open until July 31. 566 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker

Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk

The Ramones released their eponymous album on April 23, 1976, on Sire Records, and on July 4 of that same year played their first non-US show at the Roundhouse in London, igniting the Punk fuse under British bands such as the Damned and the Clash, some of whose members were in the crowd that night. 1,082 more words

Punk Archaeology