The Museum of Modern Art hosted its annual Party in the Garden, honoring collection artists Huma Bhabha, Mark Bradford, and Brice Marden, along with philanthropists Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman and Sally and Wynn Kramarsky. In recognition of their prolonged commitment to culture, the arts, and MoMA, this year’s honorees are being celebrated for their artistry and philanthropy.
This year’s Party in the Garden featured a performance by internationally acclaimed pop artist Robyn. Robyn has released four albums and two EPs, been nominated for three Grammys, performed on Saturday Night Live, and toured extensively, reaching a dedicated audience around the world. Robyn, who performed with her live band, has asked 10 different producers/DJs to remix material from throughout her catalog for the four shows she is doing this summer—including headlining New York’s Governor’s Ball Festival. The shows also included new music and material from her recent project La Bagatelle Magique.
Following Robyn’s performance, producer and experimental pop artist Matthew Dear closed out the night with a DJ set. Dear has been commissioned to work with prominent musicians and he recently performed at the 2016 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. Both performances at Party in the Garden took place in MoMA’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden as part of the gala’s After-Party.
Party in the Garden benefits MoMA’s Annual Fund and the maintenance of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. The event also supports the Museum’s general operating fund, helping to make possible the Museum’s education programs and the care, study, and exhibition of its collection.