July 18, 2016
This Week at MoMA: July 18–24

Music, movies, makers, and monotypes—that pretty much sums up this week’s highlights:

July 18, 2016
Babies: A Personal Response to Thomas Lax’s Commentary

Years ago an acquaintance of mine in Minneapolis, where I lived for 16 years, told me she feared for her teenage son every day. A young black man, she said, had to watch every step […]

July 15, 2016
Do You Know Your MoMA? 7/15/16

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

July 15, 2016
Warm Up 2016: Week 5 Highlights

We are very excited to have Clams Casino perform this week at Warm Up the day after the release of his debut album 32 Levels! Before he performs, we are pleased to present Eartheater’s psychedelic […]

July 14, 2016
Judy Holliday in It Should Happen to You

In the mid-20th century, burgeoning television programming was often live, newscasters smoked on set, hosts had strange sidekicks (a chimpanzee named J. Fred Muggs, for example), and dramatic programs featured scripts by Rod Serling, Arthur […]

July 13, 2016
Education Focused, Technology Driven: A New Kind of Museum

By simple definition, an art museum is a cultural institution, traditionally known for its efforts to collect, conserve, and display. And it is by this definition that I had come to understand and experience art […]

July 12, 2016
Revenge of Hot and Humid: Summer Movie Favorites from MoMA Film Staff

In 2008, and again in 2011, MoMA’s Department of Film presented selections of summer movies from the collection—from high-octane blockbusters like Jaws to sweltering French romances and gritty Japanese crime dramas. In the spirit of […]

July 11, 2016
This Week at MoMA: July 11–17

There’s something for everyone this week—take a look:

July 9, 2016
How Do Black Lives Matter in MoMA’s Collection?

Less than a month after 49 people were killed and 53 wounded by a single gunman at a gay Latino party in Orlando, Florida, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile’s gruesome murders by police officers were […]

July 6, 2016
Resurrection: The Conservation Treatment of Bruce Conner’s CHILD

In the summer of 2014 the Department of Painting and Sculpture approached sculpture conservation to inquire if Bruce Conner’s work CHILD could be restored. CHILD was created in 1959 as a response to the sentencing […]

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