March 31, 2014
MoMA Teens Take Over Inside/Out: Overheard @ MoMA

At an international art center like MoMA, thousands of people walk through the doors on a weekly basis. Residents of New York, residents of Taiwan, Italy, South Africa, Germany, and Brazil. Children, their grandparents, moms, [...]

March 28, 2014
Francois Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451

These notes accompany screenings of Francois Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451 on April 2, 3, and 4 in Theater 3. By the mid-1960s, I had already made up my mind that Francois Truffaut (1932–1984) was my favorite [...]

March 27, 2014
Apple Tree Farm: A Script by Stanley Lupino, with Revisions by Ida Lupino

Ida Lupino’s (1918–1995) work as an accomplished actress is acknowledged by many who enjoy classic Hollywood studio films. With well-known movies like The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), and the [...]

March 26, 2014
Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun: “A Work of Art that Works in Life”

Since the early 1990s, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has used art to challenge how we experience and interact with the world. The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1′s 2008 exhibition Take Your Time: Olafur [...]

March 25, 2014
Bo Widerberg’s Raven’s End

These notes accompany screenings of Bo Widerberg’s Raven’s End on March 26, 27, and 28 in Theater 2. Bo Widerberg (1930–1997) was confronted with the dilemma of carving out his own niche in Swedish cinema [...]

March 24, 2014
This Week at MoMA: March 24–30

While all across America students are enjoying spring break, this week at MoMA we’re hitting the books, tackling thought-provoking issues, and offering a plethora of ways to dig deep into the world of art and [...]

March 21, 2014
Digging Deeper into New Directors/New Films

Even after 43 years, each edition of New Directors/New Films feels like a revelation. Maybe it has something to do with the crisp March air, the unshakeable sense of spring’s impending blossom and bloom.

March 20, 2014
Standing on a Lawn with Maira Kalman

Maira Kalman—much-beloved artist, illustrator, writer, designer, and New Yorker—has been collecting vintage photographs for 30 years, seeking them out at antique shops, flea markets, and countless other places in the city and during her travels.

March 19, 2014
“Is This a Social Experiment?” Performing John Cage

Twice daily, from February 7 to 20, MoMA staff and invited artists performed John Cage’s score 4’33″ in an area just outside the exhibition There Will Never Be Silence: Scoring John Cage’s 4’33″. Over the [...]

March 18, 2014
Robert Rossen’s The Hustler

These notes accompany screenings of Robert Rossen’s The Hustler on March 19, 20, and 21 in Theater 3. Robert Rossen, whose 106th birthday would have been this week, was a victim of the blacklisting witch-hunt [...]

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