If you are considering a visit to New York City, and if you love music, you should know that next month NYC’s fantastic Museum of Modern Art is launching an extraordinary retrospective on the work of Iceland’s greatest export, Bjork. The exhibition will cover more than two decades of the artist’s daringly original solo projects. It will chronicle her career through sound installations, films, objects, costumes, technology, and instruments. Special museum spaces will be created to showcase sound and video works commissioned by MoMA for the exhibition.
The show will run from March 8 through June 7, 2015, and will coincide with five live performances around NYC. Entry to the special Bjork show will be included in the museum’s general admission ticket, but timed tickets will be required for segments of the show, and will be on a first-come-first-served basis. You can get more information at moma.org.
Fans may enjoy this hour-long BBC documentary from a few years back.