January 8, 2016
New Photography and MoMA’s Collection, Part 1

The New Photography exhibition series—which Quentin Bajac, The Joel and Anne Ehrenkranz Chief Curator of Photography, has called “a window on the Museum’s approach to photography”—has been an influential vehicle for acquisitions for three decades.

January 6, 2016
Endless Kazuyo Sejima

Some visitors to MoMA’s Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture exhibition tell me Frederick Kiesler’s designs don’t have enough windows. His Endless House couldn’t have connected the inhabitants with their environment, they say, comparing […]

January 5, 2016
For Immediate Release: Curator Iris Barry Travels

On any given day, MoMA curators, librarians, registrars, educators, and others are en route to a conference, lecture, studio visit, or exhibition near home or abroad. Travel is both a constant and a marvelous perk […]

January 4, 2016
This Week at MoMA: January 4–10

Dive into 2016 with art, film, and education. Registration for our spring classes starts tomorrow, so take a look at this season’s offerings. Meanwhile, check out what else you don’t want to miss this week:

December 28, 2015
This Week at MoMA: December 28–January 3

Before saying goodbye to 2015, don’t miss out on the year’s most acclaimed artists, exhibitions, and films. Take a look at what’s happening this week, and happy new year!

December 24, 2015
Good Design Does Well

Being a New Yorker may mean I don’t have the best Pollyanna game going, but it doesn’t stop me from being a true-blue fan of acts of good citizenship.  Teddy Roosevelt said that the “first […]

December 23, 2015
Learning with Museums: On Place and Proximity

This past Veteran’s Day I had an extraordinary experience at MoMA. Aaron Hughes, an artist and Iraq War Veteran, invited two small groups of strangers into an intimate exchange: he made tea for us. He […]

December 22, 2015
Larger Than Life: Picasso’s Sculpture through Brassaï’s Lens

Many great photographers during the 20th century rose to the challenge of capturing Pablo Picasso on film—Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Douglas Duncan, Gjon Mili, and Irving Penn spring to mind. Yet only one understood Picasso through […]

December 21, 2015
This Week at MoMA: December 21–27

As we head into the Christmas week, take note of special holiday hours at MoMA. The Museum will close at 3:00 p.m. on December 24 and we’re closed all day on December 25, but we […]

December 19, 2015
MoMA Collects: Introducing New Acquisitions

From an initial gift of eight prints and one drawing in 1929, MoMA’s collection has bloomed to nearly 200,000 works across six curatorial departments—Painting and Sculpture, Drawings and Prints, Media and Performance Art, Photography, Film, […]

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