October 16, 2015
This Is For You: Design Interactions at the Studio

What would music made from a conversation between a robot and a drawing sound like? How can you improve someone’s day using only creativity and an old toothbrush? Can discarded electronics be repurposed to make […]

October 13, 2015
The Margaret Scolari Barr Papers: Now Open for Research at MoMA Archives

The Margaret Scolari Barr Papers, which document the life and career of Margaret Scolari Barr—noted art historian, teacher, supporter of the arts, and wife of MoMA’s founding director, Alfred H. Barr, Jr—are now open for […]

October 12, 2015
This Week at MoMA: October 12–18

Experimental film, family-friendly fun, and iconic art—here’s our picks for the week.

October 7, 2015
A Visit with Ryan McGinness at Lower East Side Printshop

For artist Ryan McGinness, printmaking is not a new endeavor. Though he primarily paints, sculpts, and creates installations, he has worked with several print studios over the years and is currently partnering with the Lower […]

October 5, 2015
This Week at MoMA: October 5–11

Screenings, exhibitions, and tours this week will all leave you feeling creative. Check it out:

October 1, 2015
Who’s Taken by Storm?

As a teenager growing up in Los Angeles in the late 1970s, grappling with his identity as an Asian American of Japanese heritage, Roddy Bogawa found community in the hardcore rock and punk scenes, where […]

September 29, 2015
“I’ve been let down by Ingmar Bergman frequently, and I expect great things from Robert Zemeckis.”

I was a punkish young film critic for the Chicago Reader when I saw, and loved, Robert Zemeckis’s first feature film, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, in 1978. Almost 40 years later, I’m now a […]

September 28, 2015
This Week at MoMA: September 28–October 4

This week is packed with special events and don’t-miss activities. Here’s the roundup: • Tonight, see Max Ophuls’s rarely screened Sans lendemain, this year’s edition of our annual presentation of a film from the Gaumont […]

September 23, 2015
Films from Here: Arab Cinema, Out of Frame

In recent weeks, filmmakers featured in the series Films from Here: Recent Views from the Arab World have been sending me their thoughts on their films (which we will be sharing on MoMA’s social media […]

September 22, 2015
Modern Matinees: Ernst Lubitsch’s Trouble in Paradise

There is an old-fashioned expression about “honor among thieves.” What does this mean exactly? Perhaps this group swears an oath that no one criminal will interfere in the nefarious actions of another? If the question […]

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