November 17, 2014
This Week at MoMA: November 17–23

MoMA’s offerings this week run the gamut from new exhibitions to participatory art making to truly experimental film. Highlights this week include:

November 14, 2014
Do You Know Your MoMA? 11/14/14

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

November 13, 2014
A Knight at the Opera: John Boorman’s Excalibur

On Saturday, November 15, as part of To Save and Project: The 12th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation, director John Boorman will introduce a screening of his Excalibur (1981) in an excellent 35mm print. [...]

November 11, 2014
MoMA Celebrates Veterans Day

U.S. Coast Guard. It Was a Record Day for Allied Soldiers as 34,355 Arrived Here. July 11, 1945 The Museum of Modern Art salutes the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. Thank you [...]

November 11, 2014
Matisse: The Same Thing, Different Means

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, currently on view in the Museum’s sixth floor temporary exhibition galleries, looks closely at the works Matisse created in the final decade of his career.  Adopting painted paper as his primary [...]

November 10, 2014
This Week at MoMA: November 10–16

Now that there’s a chill in the air, it’s an opportune time to spend the day inside the Museum. Some highlights for this week:

November 7, 2014
Meet Artist Elsa Mora at the MoMA Design Store Soho

This weekend multimedia artist Elsa Mora, who designed one of MoMA’s signature holiday cards this year, will bring her incredible cut-paper creations to the MoMA Design Store in Soho. Shoppers, creatives, and art aficionados alike [...]

November 6, 2014
What’s on Your Turntable?

My first record player came built into a portable red-and-white leather case with two locking hasps on either side of its red leather handle. It played both 45s and 33s, and had a black plastic [...]

November 5, 2014
Welcoming New Humble Masterpieces into MoMA’s Collection

When thinking about the masterpieces in MoMA’s collection, one might be forgiven for visualizing Picasso’s Demoiselles (1907) or Jackson Pollock’s One (1950). The canon of visual art and design—a force that has shaped popular opinion—has, [...]

November 4, 2014
The Ferris Bueller Moment: Finding Your Own Revelation in the Museum

Reading Stephanie Rosenbloom’s article, “The Art of Slowing Down in a Museum,” recently published in The New York Times, has reminded me of the importance of “deep looking” in the museum and ways to enhance [...]

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1913 Centennial Celebration

MoMA celebrates the landmark year 1913 with a series of videos highlighting important works from 1913 in the Museum’s collection.
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Learning and Engagement

A behind-the-scenes look at learning, engagement, and experimentation from the Education team at MoMA.

Five for Friday

MoMA staff members spotlight compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the collection.

An Auteurist History of Film

Curator Charles Silver's weekly column explores the work of cinema's signature filmmakers.

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