May 4, 2016
Make Art Not War: MoMA Teens Collaborate with Artist Mary Mattingly

We first worked with Mary Mattingly in the summer of 2013, when she collaborated with us as one of the teaching artists for the Museum’s first ever 3-D printing course for teens, a program that […]

May 3, 2016
Vincent Price in Otto Preminger’s Laura

I’ve always associated the American actor Vincent Price (1911–1993) with horror films. His work in Gothic features like House of Wax (1953), The Tingler (1959), and Pit and the Pendulum (1961) seem to align perfectly […]

May 2, 2016
This Week at MoMA: May 2–8

Special guests bring premiere performances, thoughtful conversations, and artistic legacies to the Museum this week. Don’t miss out on these programs.

April 29, 2016
Exploring the Legacy of Marcel Broodthaers with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Rodney Graham

In 1964, the 40-year-old Marcel Broodthaers entered the world of art with his first solo exhibition. Until the early 1960s, he was a poet and photographer with ventures in filmmaking, journalism, and dealing books—but he […]

April 28, 2016
A Strange New (and Old) Typeface: Creating a Custom Font for Degas

Looking at the exhibition Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty, one can immediately sense how strikingly modern the artworks feel, even after 120 years. Organized by senior curator Jodi Hauptman and curatorial assistant Heidi Hirschl, […]

April 25, 2016
This Week at MoMA: April 25–May 1

We offer diverse programs all year long, but this week is packed with unique events for a particularly wide range of audiences. Take a look.

April 22, 2016
Touching Art: Teaching with the MoMA Library’s Artist Book Collection

Earlier this month, I worked with artist and educator Mark Joshua Epstein to bring a group of workshop participants to view objects in the MoMA Library that are not typically associated with modern art: artist-made […]

April 21, 2016
Museum Museum: From Marcel Broodthaers to Hito Steyerl

A visitor to MoMA’s current Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective exhibition must traverse a sea of potted palms to enter the galleries. The palms, along with a series of prints hanging on the surrounding walls, comprise […]

April 19, 2016
MoMA Collects: Architecture on Film

We are proud to announce the acquisition of Living Architectures, a suite of films by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine. These films imaginatively (and often hilariously) explore the daily life of contemporary architecture as it […]

April 18, 2016
Freedom to Create, Rethink, and Uncover: Participating in Broodthaers’s Process

If you’ve read some of my other blog posts, you’ll know that MoMA has been experimenting with “pop-ups”—drop-in learning and art-making spaces—in closer proximity to the galleries for the past couple of years. These impromptu […]

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