April 19, 2016
MoMA Collects: Architecture on Film

We are proud to announce the acquisition of Living Architectures, a suite of films by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine. These films imaginatively (and often hilariously) explore the daily life of contemporary architecture as it […]

April 18, 2016
Freedom to Create, Rethink, and Uncover: Participating in Broodthaers’s Process

If you’ve read some of my other blog posts, you’ll know that MoMA has been experimenting with “pop-ups”—drop-in learning and art-making spaces—in closer proximity to the galleries for the past couple of years. These impromptu […]

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

With warmer weather and sunny skies finally here, it’s about time to start enjoying the Sculpture Garden. (There’s plenty to do inside the Museum, too.) Here are our picks for the week:

April 15, 2016
Do You Know Your MoMA? 4/15/16

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 […]

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

This week is packed with extras and after-hour programs that capture the energy and experimental side of MoMA. Don’t miss out…

April 6, 2016
The Kids Are All Woke: Experiencing a BFA’s Worth of Art in 10 Weeks with BHQFU

Creating spaces for free, hands-on art experiences is a cornerstone of the educational and artistic philosophies guiding our work within Teen and Community Partnerships here at MoMA. For far too many young people living in NYC, the idea of pursuing (or even […]

April 5, 2016
Announcing Items: Is Fashion Modern?

At the end of 2017 MoMA will open an exhibition titled Items: Is Fashion Modern? As a way of announcing the preliminary scope and research of this exhibition, and to begin dialogue around some of […]

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

Cinema and spectacle are a theme for this week’s highlights:

April 1, 2016
From the Archives: Seeing Double with Ray Johnson

It’s no secret that Ray Johnson’s tongue-in-cheek and often ambiguous style was meant to both highlight and obscure meaning through an appropriation of words and images. His life-long commitment to that practice is visible in […]

March 31, 2016
MoMA Collects: Jeff Scher’s Pretty, Dead

In Pretty, Dead, Jeff Scher plays with all the stuff film noir dreams are made of: the hardboiled private eye and the femme fatale; the revolver, the slouched hat, the alley brawl, and the twisted […]

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