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Security at MoMA PS1

Security at MoMA PS1

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SECURITY GUARD photo by Xavier Aaronson

Remember that quick-witted 10th grade teacher who had awful style but knew just the way to simultaneously put you in your place while making you look up to her? That’s exactly how I feel about the stern demeanor from security guards and their occasional fun-crushing in the name of something you respect, like art. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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Gita at MoMA PS1

Gita at MoMA PS1

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Gita Blak stood out from the crowd like a human sparkler with the most subtle of incandescence. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)

 

 


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Rachel at MoMA PS1

Rachel at MoMA PS1

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Rachel Rector at MoMA PS1 with Marisa Lassnig photo credit Xavier Aaronson

 

In large, anonymous cities there are moments when being open to an unexpected stranger promises an encounter that’s routinely brief, largely banal and occasionally unforgettable. Rachel was one of those fortunate meetings that we have all too rarely but that linger with us for longer than we expect. It was a lazy Sunday afternoon and we crossed paths at the MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY. It’s hard to explain what lured us to her; it could have been her flourishing yet holed-up sweatshirt or perhaps her vibrant choice of lipstick, which contended well with Maria Lassnig’s intensely hued artwork. Only lasting a handful of minutes, our bracing interaction with Rachel was like a vivid blur. Soon after, she excused herself, explaining that she should hurry back to her studio, where she planned to use that day’s museum stimulation to work on some new designs for her lingerie label. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)

 

Rachel Rector at MoMA PS1 with Marisa Lassnig photo credit Xavier Aaronson

Rachel Rector at MoMA PS1 with Marisa Lassnig photo credit Xavier Aaronson

 



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Phyllis at MoMA PS1

Phyllis at MoMA PS1

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Pylone at MoMA PS1 photo by Xavier Aaronson

Phyllis at MoMA PS1 by Xavier Aaronson

In a bland hallway, I saw a wandering pile of flowy confetti. Phyllis was spotted in the foyer of the MoMA PS1. She admitted that her jacket was scooped up at the dollar store and I loved her that much more for it. Good style doesn’t need to come at an exorbitant price. Plus, it’s probably best to save your loot for the museum entrance, anyway.


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Chris at MoMA PS1

Chris at MoMA PS1

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Nick Nosenzo at MoMA PS1 photo by Xavier Aaronson

 

Often times, girls will inspire a guy’s keen sense of style; especially if that girl shops in the men’s section of vintage stores. Donning his steady’s psych-African print shirt and cracking a slight Peter Pan grin, it was hard to relinquish the impulse not to photograph Chris during visit at the MoMA PS1. 

 

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