March 30, 2015
This Week at MoMA: March 31–April 5

This week is all about last chances and what’s up next. Check out what you won’t want to miss:

March 27, 2015
This Is for Everyone: Free Play

When the world we live in feels too impossible I find myself imagining the world I want to live in. It’s not just about the major acts of horrific inhumanity that humans bestow upon one another, [...]

March 26, 2015
Future Couture: Nervous System’s Kinematics Dress

One of the most fascinating pieces in the current design exhibition This Is for Everyone: Design Experiments for the Common Good is a pretty dress with a classically feminine silhouette that wouldn’t look out of [...]

March 25, 2015
Layers of Paint, and What Is (or Isn’t) Painted: A Gallery Tour with The Forever Now Artist Dianna Molzan

Over the past few months, we’ve asked artists represented in the exhibition The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World to share their thoughts on certain works in MoMA’s collection. I have been lucky [...]

March 24, 2015
What Does a Media Conservator Do?

Media conservation is responsible for the audio, 35mm slide, performance, software, video, and film-based artworks in MoMA’s collection, caring for them in collaboration with colleagues across the Museum’s departments including Audio Visual, Curatorial, Information Technology, [...]

March 23, 2015
This Week at MoMA: March 23–29

Whether you’re a fan of music, cinema, architecture, or fashion, this week’s programs have some thing that will fit your interest. Here are the highlights:

March 20, 2015
Do You Know Your MoMA? 3/13/15

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 [...]

March 19, 2015
New Directors/New Films 2015: New Poetics, New Films

At its core, New Directors/New Films celebrates the unexpected and cutting-edge in movie making, and the 16 short films in this year’s festival offer plenty of excitement about the future of the medium. A notable [...]

March 18, 2015
Jean Dubuffet: Textures, Patterns, and Beards

Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901–1985) dedicated years to exploring and recording the natural textures he encountered in his daily life, from the mountainous, rocky landscapes of Vence and the sandy hills of El Goléa to dewy, [...]

March 16, 2015
This Week at MoMA: March 16–22

This week we finally get to welcome spring—and spend some quality time in The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. To round out your visit, here’s what you won’t want to miss this week:

Featured Series

1913 Centennial Celebration

MoMA celebrates the landmark year 1913 with a series of videos highlighting important works from 1913 in the Museum’s collection.
Featured Series

Learning and Engagement

A behind-the-scenes look at learning, engagement, and experimentation from the Education team at MoMA.

Five for Friday

MoMA staff members spotlight compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the collection.

An Auteurist History of Film

Curator Charles Silver's weekly column explores the work of cinema's signature filmmakers.

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