This November Martha Rosler brings her multimedia installation and performance Meta-Monumental Garage Sale to MoMA. You can participate in this exchange of consumer goods—and of real and fictive narratives and ideas—by donating items. On select weekends from May 12 until summer, you can be a part of this work by donating your castoffs, no-longer-wanted objects, bric-a-brac, and odd items.

Drop-off days and places:

May 12–13 and June 3, 2012
Drop-off time: 1:00-4:00 p.m.
MoMA PS1 is located at the intersection of Jackson Ave and 46th Street, Long Island City, Queens.

MoMA, 54th Street entrance

May 19–20 and June 2, 2012
Drop-off time: 1:00-4:00 p.m.
MoMA’s 54th Street entrance is located between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Manhattan. The drop-off point is between the main entrance and MoMA’s Sculpture Garden wall.

Bring your good stuff and your junk. Strange items. Good art and bad art. Clothing, jewelry, records, plastic fruit, containers, and costumes. Literature high, low, and in-between. Propaganda, posters, and obsolete science textbooks. Bring jewelry and glossy magazines, sports equipment and appliances. But please, no food or other perishable items, liquids, weapons, or toxic or hazardous materials!

Please check here for changes in drop-off dates due to inclement weather.

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