December 17, 2014
Designing Life: Synthetic Biology and Design

What happens when biology—specifically, the core materials and processes that underpin the life cycle of all living beings—birth, existence, disease, and death—becomes synthetically replicable by humans and, consequently, a building block for design?

December 16, 2014
A Guide to Giving MoMA Books

Books are a staple of the gift-giving season, and for good reason. Whether you’re looking for a elegant tome for a colleague, a playful yet smart book kids will love as much as parents, or [...]

December 15, 2014
This Week at MoMA: December 15–21

At this time of year, especially, you have to be selective about how your fill your calendar. Here are our picks for this week:

December 12, 2014
Do You Know Your MoMA? 12/12/14

How well do you know your MoMA? If you think you can identify the artist and title of each of these works from MoMA’s collection—all currently on view throughout the Museum—please submit your answers by [...]

December 10, 2014
Give the Best of MoMA: A Holiday Gift Guide Roundup

The MoMA Stores are known for unique gifts and killer design objects, but each holiday season we’re especially proud to see so many of the products we sell featured in a wide array of gift-giving [...]

December 9, 2014
Making Art Beyond the Cut-Out

Over the last month and a half, MoMA Studio: Beyond the Cut-Out has been animated by a constant flow of creative visitors working on the various activities offered in the space, which range from stamping [...]

December 8, 2014
This Week at MoMA: December 8–14

This week is all about spanning time, old and new, and most importantly art. Here’s what not to miss at MoMA this week:

December 5, 2014
Nicholas Nixon: 40 Years of the Brown Sisters

The Museum of Modern Art first exhibited Nicholas Nixon’s photographs of the Brown Sisters in 1976, as part of his first-ever solo exhibition titled Longer Views: 40 Photographs by Nick Nixon. The series was in [...]

December 4, 2014
Manipulating Cultural Material: Cut to Swipe

There has been no shortage of commentators noting the effect of the increasing circulation of images on the development of artistic production. From the current “Art vs. Image” issue of Texte zur Kunst to Hito [...]

December 3, 2014
Designing an Identity for Matisse’s Cut-Outs

One of the great things about working in MoMA’s Department of Advertising and Graphic Design is the range of projects we get to work on. Our work ranges from advertising to exhibitions to printed materials [...]

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1913 Centennial Celebration

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