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Watercooler Talk | A 90s Flashback at the New Museum

This past weekend we attempted time travel at the New Museum’s brand new exhibit, “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star.” An enlightening journey we highly suggest!

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1993, a year remembered for the likes of Nirvana, grunge, a doe-eyed Kate Moss and the start of the Clinton era, is the focal point of the New Museum’s current exhibition “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash And No Star.” While some of us were still rocking floral print leggings and Keds to grade school in 1993, a collective movement of art, pop culture and politics was making waves throughout New York City. The exhibition attempts to capture this pivotal turning point, exhibiting iconic and emerging artists of the 90’s. Drawing its subtitle from the eponymous album of rock band Sonic Youth, “NYC 1993” makes a connection between mainstream and underground culture, shedding light on a prominent social and political moment in American culture.

Be sure to check it out, now through May 26!