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INSIDE/OUT: A MoMA/MoMA PS1 BLOG

December 26, 2011  |  Collection & Exhibitions
Happy Holidays! Back on January 2

Tod Papageorge. New Year's Eve at Studio 54. 1978

Happy Holidays and happy New Year!

We’ll be back on January 2.

Hope you enjoy the holiday season to the fullest.

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December 23, 2011  |  Artists, Collection & Exhibitions, Videos
Sanja Iveković: Personal Cuts

In 1982 Sanja Iveković presented Personal Cuts on prime-time Yugoslavian national television, on TV Zagreb’s 3, 2, 1 – Action! This video is now on view in MoMA’s retrospective Sanja Iveković: Sweet Violence, and I am most grateful to Sanja for giving us the opportunity to present this work on our blog. Read more

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Foreclosed: The Role of the Team in the Design Process

The Museum of Modern Art and The Buell Center invited a series of team participants and observers who attended workshops for MoMA’s exhibition Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, which opens in February, to reflect on the project. Here are thoughts from the Urban Ecology and Design Laboratory (UEDLAB) and its director, Alexander Felson, a member of Andrew Zago’s team.

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December 15, 2011  |  Events & Programs, Family & Kids
School Visits Educators on Film

Sometimes, rather than tying everything together, I like to end lessons by exploding everything. I like to leave students craving more answers, more questions.
– Lisa Libicki, School Visits Educator Read more

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Foreclosed: Reverse Engineering

MoMA and The Buell Center invited a series of team participants and observers who attended workshops for The Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, which opens in February, to reflect on the project. Here are thoughts from Jesse Keenan, a member of Michael Bell and Eunjeong Seong’s team. Read more

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December 13, 2011  |  Artists, Collection & Exhibitions
Tim Burton Takes Flight in the Thanksgiving Day Parade

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade winds through New York City with B.

This past Thanksgiving I had the privilege of taking part in a time-honored New York City tradition, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Read more

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December 9, 2011  |  Artists, Collection & Exhibitions, Fluxus
Case Study: Anna Ostoya Interprets Fluxkit

There was a hint of prank and play in the air at The Museum of Modern Art on November 1. Had you been walking in the Museum’s Marron Atrium that day, you may have gotten caught in a flurry of white cards descending from above. Read more

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December 8, 2011  |  Film
Temple Drake: Was She Ever Lost?
The Story of Temple Drake. 1933. USA. Directed by Stephen Roberts

The Story of Temple Drake. 1933. USA. Directed by Stephen Roberts

As part of The Museum of Modern Art’s multiyear institutional collaboration with the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, I was invited to curate a film series that would give filmgoers in Atlanta an opportunity to view historic and contemporary cinematic treasures from MoMA’s Department of Film collection. Read more

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December 7, 2011  |  I Went to MoMA and
“I went to MoMA and…”: It’s Back!

From left: Cards displayed in the lobby during phase 1. Photo by Martin Seck. Card scanner during phase 2. Photo by Tammy Shell

Last week, we launched version 2.0 of “I went to MoMA and…”, which began life as an impromptu experiment to see what would happen if we gave visitors an opportunity to share their experiences at the Museum—whatever those might be. Read more

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Where Questions Go

Adam, Andre, Daquan, Dashawn, Duval, Jaquan, Joel, Lashawn, Pablo, Rashawn, Reggie, Rowlando, Timothy, Travis, and Tyre. Climbing the Gears of Life. 2009. Courtesy Bronx Residential Center and Artistic Noise

My colleague Lauren Adelman stopped by the reference desk a while back. “What do you have on murals?” she asked. I knew this would be interesting. Read more