Skip the rent and go to MGMT

With the critical shitstorm triggered by last year’s Congratulations safely behind them, MGMT appear to be getting back to the business of being indie’s premier art-pop pranksters. Case in point: their gig as the entertainment at the opening of the Guggenheim’s sly new Maurizio Cattelan retrospective, All. Friday’s public performance at the museum is already sold out, but tonight, deep-pocketed MGMT fans can check out what the band is calling “a one-of-a-kind, site-specific musical piece” for the nonmember price of $200. In a typically droll promotional video on the Guggenheim’s website, Benjamin Goldwasser says the show will include colors. So you can expect that.
Fri., Nov. 11, 9:30 p.m., 2011

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