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February 14, 2013  |  Five for Friday
Five for Valentine’s Day: A Kiss Is Just a Kiss

To get everyone in the mood for today’s amorous holiday, I’ve selected some of the best kisses from MoMA’s collection. What’s your favorite? Read more

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November 30, 2012  |  Five for Friday, Videos
Five for Friday: MoMA Videos Turns Six—I Want (Eye) Sweets

Traditionally the sixth wedding anniversary is a time for gifts of iron (or, apparently, in the United Kingdom, sugar). In December 2006, Doug Aitken handed us a trailer for his site-specific exhibition Sleepwalkers, and we launched a YouTube channel to support that. Unbeknownst to any of us, within six years we would have uploaded over 1,000 videos to YouTube and MoMA.org. Read more

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October 26, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: Spooooooky Art

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection.

Walking around the galleries on a Tuesday, when MoMA is closed to the public and virtually empty, is a rare treat Museum employees can enjoy. Read more

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September 21, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: School Desks Do Not a Prison Make

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection.

Labor Day is in the rear-view mirror, and millions of children have been forced to say goodbye to the halcyon days of summer and trudge listlessly back to school. Read more

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June 15, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: The Five Stages of Cat Ownership

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection.

Our naive little brains all stuffed with visions of cuddling and companionship, my wife and I recently adopted an impossibly adorable pair of kittens. Read more

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June 1, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: Dive In!

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection.

When I first read this article about the world’s most beautiful public pools, I couldn’t help but do a little daydreaming.

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May 4, 2012  |  Artists, Five for Friday
Five for Friday: Mexican Muralists on Cinco de Mayo

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection. Read more

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April 6, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday (Plus One): MoMA’s Car Collection

Installation view of AUTObodies: speed, sport, trasport, MoMA QNS, June 2002. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Image © 2002 David Allison

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection. Read more

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March 23, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: Bracketology and Art

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection.

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is underway, and the even the President has weighed in with his choices for “the bracket.” Read more

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February 17, 2012  |  Five for Friday
Five for Friday: In the Days of Downton Abbey

Though we enjoy the futuristic music of Kraftwerk and the photographs of Cindy Sherman, employees at MoMA are also enjoying the delicate, antique charms of Downton Abbey. In many ways, the themes of the series reflect a lot of the wild beginnings of modern art. Read more