July 1, 2015
Extra Art: Artists’ Ephemera in the Library

The MoMA Library recently acquired the Steven Leiber collection of artists’ generated ephemera featured in the 2001 exhibition, and corresponding exhibition catalog, Extra Art: A Survey of Artists’ Ephemera, 1960–1999. The scope of the collection […]

June 30, 2015
Making Architecture Accessible: Architectural Adventures in Chicago

In early May I set out on a four-day journey to Chicago, Illinois. I began the trip wondering how architectural organizations in Chicago, a city so densely packed with renowned buildings and structures, approach the […]

June 29, 2015
This Week at MoMA: June 29–July 5

As we head into the holiday weekend—USA! USA!—new summer programming kicks off with the start of our annual MoMA Nights and Summergarden series. (Be sure to check out the entire line-up.) Here’s what’s happening:

June 26, 2015
Warm Up 2015 Is Here

We’re so excited to kick off this summer’s

June 25, 2015
Having a Wonderful Time at the Bauhaus Exhibition in Weimar, 1923

When friends went off on a summer vacation adventure and I heard myself request that they be sure to post some pictures on Instagram, I wondered what happened to “send postcards?” It really was not so […]

June 24, 2015
All In: Gilbert & George’s Art for All

From the onset of Gilbert & George’s career, when they described themselves as “baby artists,” the phrase “Art for All” has served as their motto or mission statement. The artists have made this mantra part […]

June 22, 2015
This Week at MoMA: June 22–28

Time is on your side this week, from architecture for the future, utopia through history, and 10 years of change on the Lower East Side, to party time at MoMA PS1:

June 19, 2015
An event to see the sky through: YOKO ONO MORNING PEACE 2015

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Yoko Ono’s 1965 performance of Morning Piece in New York City. To commemorate Morning Piece and in conjunction with Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971, MoMA and PopRally have organized […]

June 18, 2015
Moving Through the Migration Series: An Interview with Kerry Downey and Shellyne Rodriguez

How does artwork created within a specific cultural and political context connect with viewers across multiple generations and disparate locations? How can an institution remain relevant to contemporary audiences while maintaining a commitment to preserving […]

June 17, 2015
MoMA Acquires the Rainbow Flag

We’re thrilled to announce that MoMA has acquired the iconic Rainbow Flag into its design collection, where it joins similarly universal symbols such as the @ symbol, the Creative Commons logo, and the recycling symbol. […]

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