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AUTHOR: AMY HORSCHAK

Posts by Amy Horschak
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May 28, 2013  |  Learning and Engagement
MoMA Online Courses: Creating Color
Johannes Itten. Color Sphere in 7 Light Values and 12 Tones (Farbenkugel in 7 Lichtstufen und 12 Tönen). 1921. Lithograph

Johannes Itten. Color Sphere in 7 Light Values and 12 Tones (Farbenkugel in 7 Lichtstufen und 12 Tönen). 1921. Lithograph, composition (irreg): 17 3/16 x 11 7/16″ (43.7 x 29 cm); sheet: 18 5/8 x 12 9/16″ (47.3 x 31.9 cm). Committee on Prints and Illustrated Books Fund. © 2013 Johannes Itten/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/PROLITTERIS, Switzerland

“Color deceives continuously.” – Josef Albers

Take a deep breath…

Eugène Delacroix, Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Post-Impressionists Read more

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August 30, 2010  |  Collection & Exhibitions, Publications
MoMA and the World: The International Program

Clement Greenberg speaking in New Delhi in 1967 at a presentation of the MoMA exhibition Two Decades of American Painting

Clement Greenberg speaking in New Delhi in 1967 at a presentation of the MoMA exhibition Two Decades of American Painting

An interview with Jay Levenson, Director, International Program, The Museum of Modern Art

In 1952, The Museum of Modern Art established the International Program of Circulating Exhibitions, which was supported by a grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, with the aim of sending exhibitions to museums around the world. The following year, the International Council was organized to provide long-term financial support to the program.

Amy Horschak: In light of MoMA’s upcoming installation Abstract Expressionist New York and the exhibition of many of the “AbEx” artists abroad by the International Program (IP) in the 1950s, can you comment on the often-made claims that the IP was, at that time, part of a CIA project? Read more