I visited the MOMA to have lunch with Natalie, who manages something or other for the museum. I killed an hour or two before she was free by wandering the museum. First I saw the Ballad of Sexual Dependency, a photography slideshow by Nan Goldin, but I left almost immediately because I don't like imagery with people injecting needles. Just not my thing.
My favorite exhibit currently at the MOMA is Bouchra Khalili's The Mapping Journey Project, which is a series of videos where political and/or economic refugees revisit their searches for better lives. They tell their stories of illegal travel throughout the Mediterranean basin.