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The Museum of Modern Art
Museum Archives
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019-5497
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© 2008 The Museum of Modern Art. All rights reserved.
The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared by the Museum Archives.
Machine-readable finding aid derived from PA VIDEO RECORDINGS.doc, 2006. Machine-readable finding aid created by Kathleene Konkle. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: The Museum of Modern Art
Title: Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events
Dates: 1976-

Arrangement

Video recordings are catalogued according to the date of accession by the Museum Archives; i.e. tape 98-9 is the ninth recording to enter the Museum Archives collection of video recordings in the calendar year 1998. Video recordings are boxed numerically by accession number. The recordings have been and continue to be catalogued as they are received by the Museum Archives. They are given an accession number and are housed at our Queens facility in compact shelving, with the exception of the DVD recordings. All DVDs are located in Manhattan at The Museum of Modern Art Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Exhibition and Research Building at 4 West 54th Street. In Manhattan, DVDs are consulted in the reading room on a DVD player provided by the Archives. The rest of the collection is available in Queens, where the Archives has equipment to playback Umatic, VHS and Beta tapes.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains recordings of events that either occurred at The Museum of Modern Art or are related to its programming. Types of events include interviews, lectures, speeches, symposia, panel discussions, exhibition installation and de-installation footage, exhibition walk-throughs, television footage and documentaries related to artists who have exhibited at the Museum.

Many video recordings within this collection are of historical significance. For example, recording 88-8 "Acconci Tapes" documents the installation of the Museum's 1988 Vito Acconci exhibition and includes commentary from the artist. Recording 81-1 documents the removal, packaging and shipping of Pablo Picasso's Guernica to Spain's Museo del Prado.

Other than Museum-Related events, the bulk of this collection consists of television footage, which reflect public reactions to the Museum's many events and historical moments. These televised excerpts, primarily from New York news stations, often include on-air interviews with Museum curators and provide a unique perspective for scholars researching the Museum's exhibitions.

The Museum of Modern Art has increasingly used video as a primary tool to document the Museum's various endeavors. Since 1939, the Museum had relied upon sound recording equipment for historical documentation of Museum-related events. Beginning in the 1970's, in addition to recording with sound equipment, the Museum would choose key events to document with film and video. Currently, every public event held at The Museum of Modern Art is digitally videotaped to capture both image and sound. The Museum's future plans for digital video will allow for many of the events held at the Museum to be accessible on ItunesU, a web-based multimedia program, that will provide footage of MoMA exhibitions, symposia, and other exhibition-related material to an expanded community. The Museum Archives will continue to retain service copies of contemporary events and will make these copies available for consultation on-site.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The Museum Archives has the appropriate machines for playback of recordings on VHS, Beta, Umatic and DVD. The Archives currently does not have compatible machines for recordings within the collection that are on Digital Video Cassette (DV), Mini Digital Video Cassette (mini DV), BetaSP, Hi8, Super8, 8mm, 16mm, V-30H, HDCam or Digibeta formats. For each of these recordings, a note has been added to their entry in the finding aid indicating that the necessary equipment does not exist at the Museum Archives. Many of the recordings on older media are too fragile to be played and will need to be preserved prior to consultation. Such recordings will be closed to access until they have been preserved and notice of this has been added to its entry in the finding aid.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Rights to work produced during the normal course of Museum business resides with The Museum of Modern Art. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archivist.


Related Collections at MoMA and Elsewhere

Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, Department of Public Information Records.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Video recordings were made for the individual Museum department responsible for the event and are transferred to the Museum Archives on an ongoing basis.

Preferred Citation

Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events, [item]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York


Container List

 

Video Recordings Item Descriptions

Item Title Date
77-1 "Women in Art: Georgia O'Keefe"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: WNET television

NOTE: First 3 minutes are damaged and thus inaudible.

July 22, 1977
78-1a "Museum of Modern Art: 'Mirrors and Windows'"

PARTICIPANTS: John M. Divola Jr., Jan Groover, Henry Wessel, Jr.
SPONSOR: Philip Morris, Inc. and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960 (July 26-October 2, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1221
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Session 2 of 2 lectures given in conjunction with the MoMA exhibition, where 6 photographers represented in the exhibition talk about their work
RELATED MATERIAL: 78-1b, 78-1c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 26, 1978
78-1b "Museum of Modern Art: 'Mirrors and Windows'"

PARTICIPANTS: John M. Divola Jr., Jan Groover, Henry Wessel, Jr.
SPONSOR: Philip Morris, Inc. and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960 (July 26-October 2, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1221
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Session 2 of 2 lectures given in conjunction with the MoMA exhibition, where 6 photographers represented in the exhibition talk about their work
RELATED MATERIAL: 78-1a, 78-1c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 26, 1978
78-1c "Museum of Modern Art: 'Mirrors and Windows'"

PARTICIPANTS: John M. Divola Jr., Jan Groover, Henry Wessel, Jr.
SPONSOR: Philip Morris, Inc. and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960 (July 26-October 2, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1221
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Session 2 of 2 lectures given in conjunction with the MoMA exhibition, where 6 photographers represented in the exhibition talk about their work
RELATED MATERIAL: 78-1a, 78-1b

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 26, 1978
78-2a "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2b "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2c "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2d "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2e "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2f "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2g "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2h "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2i "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
78-2j "LeWitt Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5" (2 tapes each)

(10 tapes total)
EXHIBITION: Sol LeWitt (February 3-April 4, 1978) MoMA Exh.# 1197
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21a-98.21d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1978
79-1a "Munch as a 19th Century Artist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University
SPONSOR: The Lauder Foundation
EXHIBITION: The Masterworks of Edvard Munch (March 15-April 24, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1254
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: An illustrated lecture about Munch's artistic roots
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-1b, 79-1c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 16, 1979
79-1b "Munch as a 19th Century Artist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University
SPONSOR: The Lauder Foundation
EXHIBITION: The Masterworks of Edvard Munch (March 15-April 24, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1254
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: An illustrated lecture about Munch's artistic roots
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-1a, 79-1c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 16, 1979
79-1c "Munch as a 19th Century Artist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University
SPONSOR: The Lauder Foundation
EXHIBITION: The Masterworks of Edvard Munch (March 15-April 24, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1254
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: An illustrated lecture about Munch's artistic roots
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-1a, 79-1b

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 16, 1979
79-2a "Ansel Adams"

EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West (September 5-October 28, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1273
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: On Video View
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-2b, 79-2c, 79-2d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 11, 1979
79-2b "Ansel Adams"

EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West (September 5-October 28, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1273
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: On Video View
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-2a, 79-2c, 79-2d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 11, 1979
79-2c "Ansel Adams"

EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West (September 5-October 28, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1273
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: On Video View
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-2a, 79-2b, 79-2d

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 11, 1979
79-2d "Ansel Adams"

EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West (September 5-October 28, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1273
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: On Video View
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-2a, 79-2b, 79-2c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 11, 1979
79-3a "Patrick Henry Bruce: An American in Paris"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara Rose, writer, critic, and co-director of the exhibition
EXHIBITION: Patrick Henry Bruce (August 22-October 21, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1272
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about American modernist Patrick Henry Bruce and the relationship of his work to Cubist painting
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-3b, 79-3c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 16, 1979
79-3b "Patrick Henry Bruce: An American in Paris"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara Rose, writer, critic, and co-director of the exhibition
EXHIBITION: Patrick Henry Bruce (August 22-October 21, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1272
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about American modernist Patrick Henry Bruce and the relationship of his work to Cubist painting
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-3a, 79-3c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 16, 1979
79-3c "Patrick Henry Bruce: An American in Paris"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara Rose, writer, critic, and co-director of the exhibition
EXHIBITION: Patrick Henry Bruce (August 22-October 21, 1979) MoMA Exh.# 1272
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about American modernist Patrick Henry Bruce and the relationship of his work to Cubist painting
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-3a, 79-3b

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 16, 1979
79-4a "The Context of the 1920's"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by E. C. Goossen, author and critic
SPONSOR: SCM Corporation and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties (November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1277
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about the social and artistic ambience in which the art of the 1920's was created
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-4b, 79-4c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 12, 1979
79-4b "The Context of the 1920's"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by E. C. Goossen, author and critic
SPONSOR: SCM Corporation and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties (November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1277
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about the social and artistic ambience in which the art of the 1920's was created
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-4a, 79-4c

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 12, 1979
79-4c "The Context of the 1920's"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by E. C. Goossen, author and critic
SPONSOR: SCM Corporation and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties (November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1277
DATA: V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
SUMMARY: Lecture about the social and artistic ambience in which the art of the 1920's was created
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-4a, 79-4b

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 12, 1979
80-1 "MoMA Presents Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective"

PARTICIPANTS: Directed by Shareen Brysac; written, narrated and produced by Perry Wolff; consultant William S. Rubin, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16-September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh. #1290
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: William S. Rubin featured as guest speaker; televised on CBS News Special, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-2, 80-3a, 80-3b, 83-4, 85-13

1980
80-2, 80-2D "Picasso: A Retrospective"

PARTICIPANTS: Narrated by Richard Basehart
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16-September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh. #1290
DATA: film reel (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Stone Public Relations Associates
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-3a, 80-3b, 83-4, 85-13

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1980
80-3a "Picasso: A Painter's Diary, Part 1"

PARTICIPANTS: Paloma Picasso; Claude Picasso; friends; artist; photographers
SPONSOR: International Business Machines Corporation; Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. Charitable Trust
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16-September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1290
SUMMARY: Biography based on words by Pablo Picasso and his friends; William S. Rubin, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art acknowledged in credits; televised on WNET, channel 13
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-2, 80-3b, 83-4, 85-13

May 1980
80-3b "Picasso: A Painter's Diary, Part 2

PARTICIPANTS: Paloma Picasso; Claude Picasso; friends; artists; photographers
SPONSOR: International Business Machines Corporation; Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. Charitable Trust
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16-September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1290
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Biography based on words by Pablo Picasso and his friends; William S. Rubin, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art acknowledged in credits; televised on WNET, channel 13
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-2, 80-3a, 83-4, 85-13

May 1980
80-4a "The Museum of Modern Art: American Architecture Now" (reel 1)

PARTICIPANTS: Seminar with César Pelli
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Sound is damaged throughout
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-4b, 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

September 5, 1980
80-4b "The Museum of Modern Art: American Architecture Now" (reel 2)

PARTICIPANTS: Seminar with César Pelli
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Sound is damaged throughout
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-4a, 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

September 5, 1980
81-1 "The Departure of the Guernica"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Removal, packaging and shipping of Picasso's Guernica from the MoMA
RELATED MATERIAL: 81-2, 81-3, 2008-322

September 8-9, 1981
81-2 "The Installation of the Guernica: Guernica en el Museo del Prado"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Installation of Picasso's Guernica at the Prado; in Spanish
RELATED MATERIAL: 81-1, 81-3, 2008-322

September 1981
81-3 "Guernica"

PARTICIPANTS: Video by Geoffrey O'Connor, Downtown Community T.V. Center
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Footage of Picasso's Guernica at the MoMA before its departure; no sound
RELATED MATERIAL: 81-1, 81-2, 2008-322

1981
82-1 "Firefox"

PARTICIPANTS: Clint Eastwood
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Clint Eastwood; televised on Entertainment Tonight, WOR-TV; and Eyewitness News, WABC-TV

June 14, 1982
82-2 "Giorgio de Chirico"

PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Giorgio de Chirico (March 30-June 29, 1982) MoMA Exh.# 1331
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with William S. Rubin; televised on CBS News Sunday Morning

May 16, 1982
82-3 "Alfred Stieglitz, Photographer"

PARTICIPANTS: Narrated by Marthe Jacobs; comments by John Russell, Aaron Copland, Dorothy Norman, Ansel Adams, and others
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Polaroid Foundation, Inc., Mobil Foundation, Inc.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Produced by Paul Falkenberg and Hans Namuth for Museum at Large, Ltd.; circulated by the American Federation of Arts Film Program

1982
83-1 "How's Business: Business and the Arts?"

PARTICIPANTS: Interview with Jack Limpert, Director of Development, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: American Express Video Network

March 1983
83-2 "Mondrian: New York Studio Compositions"

EXHIBITION: Mondrian: New York Studio Compositions (July 14-September 27, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1358
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on ARD (German TV) in German

July 15, 1983
83-3 "MoMA Collection" (2 spots: Demo 1 & 2)

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Public service announcements prepared for MoMA's May '84 reopening highlighting its Picasso collection; televised on WNET, Channel 13; produced by New Sounds
RELATED MATERIAL: 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14
83-4
TITLE: "Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective"
September 1983
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16--September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1290
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: General Service Announcement; 2 spots: 1) no type; 2) with type
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-2, 80-3a, 80-3b, 85-13

September 8, 1983
84-1, 84-1D "MoMA Reopening- New Building Construction Selects"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Interviews; Parisot Productions, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

February 17, 1984
84-2 "MoMA Reopening - "In Progress MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Eloise Ricciardelli, Registrar, The Museum of Modern Art; Joanne Stern and Eliza Bliss Parkinson Cobb, Jeanne Thayer, Trustees
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interviews; Parisot Productions, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

February 1, 1984
84-3, 84-3D "Museum of Modern Art II"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; George Segal, sculptor; William S. Paley, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art, and founder and Chairman of CBS
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (3 copies)
SUMMARY: MoMA reopening: a sample of international TV coverage; Parisot Productions, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

September 20, 1984
84-4 "MoMA Reopening: "MoMA Film Trailer"

PARTICIPANTS: Directed by Dean Parisot; produced by Andy Caploe; short interviews with Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; César Pelli, architect; Eloise Ricciardelli, Registrar, The Museum of Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect and Trustee
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: A compilation of selected scenes to be included in a documentary film about MoMA's May 1984 expansion
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84.13, 84-14

1984
84-5 "In Progress: The New Museum of Modern Art"

DATA: film reel (2 copies)
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84.13, 84-14

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1984
84-6 "MoMA 1984 Expansion IBM Graphics" (6 computerized versions)

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Lilyan Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-7, 84-11, 84-12, 84.13, 84-14

April 3, 1984
84-7 "MoMA- IBM Graphics"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Public service announcement prepared for MoMA Expansion; computer generated image by IBM Research Center; Unitel
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-11, 84-12, 84.13, 84-14

May 4 & May 15, 1984
84-8 "Irving Penn"

PARTICIPANTS: Interview with John Szarkowski, Chief Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Irving Penn (September 12-November 27, 1984) MoMA Exh.# 1381
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on NBC

September 12, 1984
84-9 "Primitivism"

PARTICIPANTS: Correspondent Judy Licht, Channel 5 reporter
EXHIBITION: "Primitivism" in 20th Century Art (September 19, 1984-January 15, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1382
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on WNEW-TV Channel 5
RELATED MATERIAL: 84-10, 84-15

September 20, 1984
84-10 "Museum of Modern Art - Primitivism Show"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: "Primitivism" in 20th Century Art (September 19, 1984-January 15, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1382
SUMMARY: Promotional announcement televised on WNEW-TV Channel 5 for the Big Apple Minute
RELATED MATERIAL: 84-9, 84-15

September 1984
84-11 "MoMA Reopening"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on TF1, French TV (in French)
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-12, 84-13, 84-14

July 1984
84-12 "MoMA Collection Revised"

SPONSOR: PaineWebber
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Two public service announcements prepared for MoMA's May 17 reopening (also included on video #84-14)
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84.13, 84-14

April 23, 1984
84-13 "César Pelli: Personal History"

PARTICIPANTS: César Pelli, architect
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: In Spanish, entitled "La Recreacion de New York"; discusses the education and accomplishments of César Pelli, as well as his association with MoMA regarding the expansion project of the museum from 1983 to 1984
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-4a, 80-4b, 83-3, 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 84-5, 84-6, 84-7, 84-11, 84-14

1984
84-14 "Picasso Matisse Collection"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced by Tony Schwartz New Sounds
SPONSOR: PaineWebber
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Six public service announcements prepared for MoMA's May 17 reopening highlighting its Picasso, Matisse, and other collections
RELATED MATERIAL: 84-12

April 3, 1984
84-15 "MoMA: Primitivism"

EXHIBITION: "Primitivism" in 20th Century Art (September 19, 1984-January 15, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1382
SUMMARY: Televised on ZDF (German Television)
RELATED MATERIAL: 84-9, 84-10

n.d.
85-1 "An American Portrait"

PARTICIPANTS: William S. Paley, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: William S. Paley on Alfred H. Barr, Jr., founding Director, The Museum of Modern Art; televised on CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-77

1985
85-2, 85-2D "Rousseau Review - New Sounds"

SPONSOR: PaineWebber
EXHIBITION: Henri Rousseau (February 21-June 4, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1389
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Promotion for Rousseau exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-6, 85-7, 85-8

January 18, 1985
85-3 "Excerpts from The Great Train Robbery, The Birth of a Nation, Intolerance, The City, NY, NY"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic

May 16, 1985
85-4 "New York Loves You"

PARTICIPANTS: Interview with Melissa Coley, Assistant, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Tourist promotion film

1985
85-5 "Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec"

EXHIBITION: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (October 30, 1985-January 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.#1408
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-3

December 1985
85-6 "Henri Rousseau"

PARTICIPANTS: Interview with Silvia Milgram, Lecturer, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Rousseau (February 21-June 4, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1389
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Best Talk in Town, WPIX
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-2, 85-7, 85-8

March 1985
85-7 "Henri Rousseau"

EXHIBITION: Henri Rousseau (February 21-June 4, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1389
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Sunday Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-2, 85-6, 85-8

March 31, 1985
85-8 "Henri Rousseau"

EXHIBITION: Henri Rousseau (February 21-June 4, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1389
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Report on the exhibition; televised on the Evening News, RAI TV (in Italian)
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-2, 85-6, 85-7

April 1, 1985
85-9 "50th Anniversary of the Film Dept."

PARTICIPANTS: Interviews with Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Dept. of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Sidney Lumet, film director
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interviews; televised on Sunday Morning, CBS

December 29, 1985
85-10 "Summergarden"

PARTICIPANTS: Sonny Rollins, jazz musician
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Sonny Rollins, televised on Sunday Morning, CBS. His performance at the Museum was on July 19, 1985

1985
85-11 "Kurt Schwitters"

EXHIBITION: Kurt Schwitters (June 10-October 1, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1400
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Public service announcement; televised on MCTV-DUB ART NY

June-October 1985
85-12 "Art or Eyesore?"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard Serra, artist; Claes Oldenburg and George Segal, artists; William Diamond, Regional Administrator of General Services Administration; and Suzanne Delehanty, art historian
SPONSOR: AT&T
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra (February 26-May 13, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1416
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Richard Serra concerning the controversy over his government-commissioned public sculpture Tilted Arc; comments by others, see above; televised on the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-4

April 25, 1985
85-13 "Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: Narrated by Richard Basehart; directed by Colin Clark
SPONSOR: IBM
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective (May 16-September 30, 1980) MoMA Exh.# 1290
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Discusses the MoMA exhibition, Picasso's career, and the diversity of his 45,000 works; DPD Videotape Network
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-2, 80-3a, 80-3b, 83-4

May 1985
85-14 "Feature on Conservation with Antoinette King"

PARTICIPANTS: Antoinette King, Director, Dept. of Conservation, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Brief interview with Antoinette King about techniques of conservation; televised on CNN

February 22, 1985
86-1, 86-1D "Hart-Vienna 1900"

PARTICIPANTS: John Hart, NBC News correspondent; Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Carl Schorske, historian
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture, and Design (July 3-October 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.#1426
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Hart interviews Varnedoe; televised on NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-2, 86-6, 86-7

October 21, 1986
86-2 "Vienna 1900"

SPONSOR: Austrian National Tourist Office; City of Vienna
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design (July 3-October 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1426
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: General service announcement; televised on PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-1, 86-6, 86-7

May 16, 1986
86-3 "Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec"

PARTICIPANTS: Riva Castleman, Director, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Wolfgang Wittrock, exhibition curator (guest curator, The Museum of Modern Art)
EXHIBITION: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (October 30, 1985-January 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.#1408
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interviews with participants; televised on Sunday Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-5

January 12, 1986
86-4 "Mies van der Rohe Centennial"

PARTICIPANTS: Arthur Drexler, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Mies van der Rohe Centennial (February 5-April 15, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1415
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview; American Video Channels

February 1986
86-5 "Jasper Johns: A Print Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Print Retrospective (May 19-August 19, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1423
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Sunday Morning, CBS

1986
86-6 "Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design (July 3-October 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1426
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Richard E. Oldenberg; he reports on MoMA exhibition and discusses fin-de-siècle Vienna and artists, including Klimt and Schiele; televised on Sunday Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-1, 86-2, 86-7

September 21, 1986
86-7 "Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design"

EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design (July 3-October 26, 1986) MoMA Exh.# 1426
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Fashion Tsushin, TV Tokyo, Channel 12 (Japanese); voice-over narration and shots of exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-1, 86-2, 86-6

November 3, 1986
86-8a "Rothenberg / Ritcher / Markulin"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 1 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Rothenberg, Ritcher, Markulin (randomly selected individuals); first names of participants not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of the general public regarding MoMA exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8b, 86-8c, 86-8d, 86-8e, 86-8f

1986
86-8b "Knight Le Suino"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 2 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Knight, Le, Suino (randomly selected individuals); first names of participants not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of the general public regarding MoMA exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8a, 86-8c, 86-8d, 86-8e, 86-8f

1986
86-8c "Suino (Conclusion) Grandfest Wilk"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 3 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Suino, Grandfest, Wilk (randomly selected individuals); first names of participants not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of the general public regarding exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8a, 86-8b, 86-8d, 86-8e, 86-8f

1986
86-8d "Wilk (Conclusion) Greene Katalano Conford"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 4 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Wilk, Greene, Katalano, Conford (randomly selected individuals); first names of participants not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of the general public regarding MoMA exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8a, 86-8b, 86-8c, 86-8e, 86-8.f

1986
86-8e "Conford (Conclusion) Fragellas Frederick"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 5 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Conford, Fragellas, Frederick (randomly selected individuals); first names of participants not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of general public regarding MoMA exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8a, 86-8b, 86-8c, 86-8d, 86-8.f

1986
86-8f "Frederick (Conclusion)"

SERIES: Interviews conducted by MoMA, tape 6 of 6
PARTICIPANTS: Frederick; first names of participant not available
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Series of interviews conducted by MoMA to study opinions of general public regarding MoMA exhibitions, publicity, and events, and ways to attract a more diverse audience
RELATED MATERIALS: 86-8a, 86-8b, 86-8c, 86-8d, 86-8e

1986
87-1 "Art Spot: Frank Stella 1970-87"

PARTICIPANTS: Amy Sepulveda, reporter; Emily Kies, Associate Educator/ Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Frank Stella: Works From 1970-1987 (October 12, 1987-January 5, 1988) MoMA Exh.#1463
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Kies; Art Spot, production of Video Ink ((c)New York Board of Education)

November 1987
87-2 "Minnelli On Minnelli"

PARTICIPANTS: Liza Minnelli (Vincente Minnelli's daughter); written, produced, and directed by Richard Schickel
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
EXHIBITION: Vincente Minnelli (December 15, 1989-January 28, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1537
SUMMARY: Lorac Productions/ KCET; Vic Lowry Video Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-11, 90-13

February 12, 1987
87-3 "Frank Stella: Works From 1970-1987"

EXHIBITION: Frank Stella: Works From 1970-1987 (October 12, 1987-January 5, 1988) MoMA Exh.#1463
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: General service announcement prepared for MoMA exhibition; televised on New Sounds, WNET

September 16, 1987
87-4 "The Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein"

PARTICIPANTS: Emily Kies, Associate Educator/ Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: The Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein (March 15-June 2, 1987) MoMA Exh.# 1443
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Kies; Art Spot, production of Video Ink ((c)New York Board of Education)
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-8

March 1987
87-5 "Judd Rose - James Bond Spot"

PARTICIPANTS: Judd Rose, ABC reporter; comments by Bob Greene, columnist
EXHIBITION: 25 Years of James Bond (June 1-July 5, 1987) MoMA Exh.# 1450; Film Program: "25 Years of James Bond" (June 5-23, 1987)
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Report on the exhibition; televised on World News Sunday, ABC

August 9, 1987
87-6 "Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Early Work"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Early Work (September 10-November 29, 1987) MoMA Exh.# 1461
FORMAT: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview with Peter Galassi; televised on Live At Five, NBC

September 1987
87-7 "Warhol: Portrait of an Artist"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced and directed by Kim Evans; features Ivan Karp, art dealer; Gerard Malanga, Chief Assistant to Warhol 1963-70; Paul Morrissey, film director; Billy Name [Linnich], Factory Designer and Manager 1963-69; Emile de Antonio, film director, and others
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: The first major profile of Andy Warhol's life and work since his death in February 1987, this video documentary features Warhol performing for the media in interviews, as well as unseen footage shot in London before his death; televised on London Weekend Television; RM Arts
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

1987
87-8 "The Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein: 1961-1986"

PARTICIPANTS: Roy Lichtenstein; Bernice Rose, Curator, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Checkerboard Foundation, Inc.
EXHIBITION: The Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein (March 15-June 2, 1987) MoMA Exh.# 1443
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Roy Lichtenstein comments extensively on his works, including the Greene Street Mural; Bernice Rose describes the artist's different periods
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-4

1987
88-1 "Interviews with Barry Day"

PARTICIPANTS: Barry Day, Vice President, McCannerickson Worldwide, comments on differences between British and American TV advertising
EXHIBITION: Film Program: "British Award-Winning Commercials -- BABA (British Advertising Broadcast Awards) 1988" (September 22-24, 1988)
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: On British Television Advertising Awards and MoMA showing; televised on CBS This Morning, CBS; CNN Showbiz Today, CNN

October 10, 1988
88-2 "Anselm Kiefer"

EXHIBITION: Anselm Kiefer (October 16, 1988-January 3,1989) MoMA Exh.# 1498
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: ARD - German TV

1988
88-3 "Garry Winogrand: Figments from the Real World"

PARTICIPANTS: Lloyd Kramer, reporter; John Szarkowski, Director, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Garry Winogrand: Figments from the Real World (May 15-August 16, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1486
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Report and interview; televised on News Four, NBC

May 18, 1988
88-4 "Vito Acconci"

EXHIBITION: Vito Acconci (February 11-May 3, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1476
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Art Spot, production of Video Ink ((c)New York Board of Education)
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-8a/b, 88-8b/b, 88-9

February 1988
88-5, 88-5D "Designs for Independent Living"

EXHIBITION: Designs for Independent Living (April 16-June 7, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1483
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Unedited footage; includes shots of exterior and interior entrances to exhibition, and individual items displayed; HLM Production Services
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-12, 98-17, 98-17D

June 6, 1988
88-6 "Promo- Museum of Modern Art: Stella Exhibit"

SPONSOR: PaineWebber
EXHIBITION: Frank Stella: Works from 1970-1987 (October 12, 1987-January 5, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1463
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Art Spot, production of Video Ink ((c)New York Board of Education)

January 1988 (air prior to January 3, 1988)
88-7 "Hunting Season"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced and directed by Rita Moreira; narrated by Marina Vilara
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentary about treatment of gays in Brazil; Rita Moreira Productions; no relation to MoMA

1988
88-8a "Acconci Tapes 1-9"

PARTICIPANTS: Vito Acconci
EXHIBITION: Vito Acconci (February 11-May 3, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1476
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Installation of Vito Acconci exhibition at MoMA; commentary by the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-4, 88-8b, 88-9

February 1988
88-8b "Acconci Tapes 10-12"

PARTICIPANTS: Vito Acconci
EXHIBITION: Vito Acconci (February 11-May 3, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1476
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Installation of Vito Acconci exhibition at MoMA; commentary by the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-4, 88-8a, 88-9

February 1988
88-9 "Vito Acconci- New Yorker"

PARTICIPANTS: Host: Mr. Yamamoto; guest: Vito Acconci
EXHIBITION: Vito Acconci (February 11-May 3, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1476
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Broadcast on New Yorker, WNEW FM (Radio)
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-4, 88-8a, 88-8b

April 26, 1988
88-10 "Deconstructivist Architecture"

PARTICIPANTS: Jennifer Russell, exhibition curator of Frank Gehry at the Whitney Museum of American Art
EXHIBITION: Deconstructivist Architecture (June 23-August 30, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1489
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Jennifer Russell; on MoMA exhibition and the Frank Gehry exhibition at the Whitney in Japanese; televised on INN

September 1988
88-11 "Good News at The Museum of Modern Art"

PARTICIPANTS: Reported by Liz Wickersham; directed by Jim Reaves
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Good News, TBS; Good News is a weekly report of entertainment and arts news around the country; this particular session was reported from various sites at MoMA

August 7, 1988
88-12 "Health Watch"

PARTICIPANTS: Cara McCarty, exhibition curator and Assistant Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Designs for Independent Living (April 16-June 7, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1483
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Cara McCarty; televised on Health Watch, a segment of Channel 2 News at Five, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-5, 98-17, 98-17D

April 19, 1988
89-1 "Warhol Clips" a), b), c)

PARTICIPANTS: a) Robert Hughes & Paul Taylor, art critics; b) Kynaston McShine, Senior Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Hilton Kramer, Editor of New Criterion and art critic; c) Leo Castelli, art dealer
EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on a) NBC; b) CBS Sunday Morning, CBS; c) CBS This Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

February 1989
89-2 "Andy Warhol Review & CBS Morning News Report"

PARTICIPANTS: Reported by Paulo Francis; produced by Nathan Dudley
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
SUMMARY: CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

February 1989
89-3a "Warhol Opening"

EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Rough Selection, Window Dub
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 98-3b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

February 1, 1989
89-3b "Warhol Opening (Rough selection, Window Dub)"

EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Rough selection, Window Dub
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

February 1, 1989
89-4 "The Museum of Modern Art: Burton On Brancusi"

EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Burton On Brancusi (April 7-June 18, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1514
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: It is a professionally edited tape, with an introduction screen, so it may have been shown in the exhibition or have been produced for television broadcast, although the former seems more likely. The tape begins with Kirk Varnedoe giving an introduction to Brancusi and the MoMA exhibition series "Artist Choice." The following scenes are Burton and Varnedoe in the galleries during the exhibition installation, discussing Burton's reasoning for his various installation methodologies and his admiration for Brancusi. Manhattan Media Enterprises, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-6, 91-1, 96-21, 98-7, 99-1

April 18, 1989
89-5 "Is it Art or is it Trash?"

PARTICIPANTS: Hosted by Pat Buchanan & Tom Braden; with James Cooper, Editor, American Arts Quarterly; Jack Valenti, President, Motion Picture Association of America
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Crossfire, CNN

June 2, 1989
89-6 "Helen Frankenthaler Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Jane Pauley, NBC reporter; Helen Frankenthaler, artist
EXHIBITION: Helen Frankenthaler: A Paintings Retrospective (June 5-August 20, 1989) MoMA Exh.#1521
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Interview, televised on NBC

July 3, 1989
89-7 "Picasso"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1529
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on CBS Sunday Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-8, 89-9, 89-10, 90-1, 90-2

September 24, 1989
89-8, 89-8D "Picasso/Braque: Segment Master"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989) MoMA
Exh.# 1529
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Video Ink Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-7, 89-9, 89-10, 90-1, 90-2

1989
89-9 "Picasso and Braque"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989) MoMA
Exh.# 1529
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: SAT I/West Germany
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-7, 89-8, 89-10, 90-1, 90-2

1989
89-10 "Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989) MoMA
Exh.# 1529
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Visnews, Video Planning Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-7, 89-8, 89-9, 90-1, 90-2

1989
89-11 "Liza Minnelli"

PARTICIPANTS: Liza Minnelli
EXHIBITION: Vincente Minnelli (December 15, 1989-January 28, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1537
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-2, 90-13

May 31, 1989
89-12 "Spencer Tracy in The Hard Guy"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: American Moviemakers: The Dawn of Sound (November 17-December 4, 1989)
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: 1930 Vitaphone short featured in exhibition

November 12, 1989
89-13 "Burns & Allen in Lambchops (1929)"

PARTICIPANTS: George Burns, Gracie Allen
EXHIBITION: Film Program: "American Moviemakers: The Dawn of Sound" (November 17-December 4, 1989)
DATA: 3/4" Umatic

November 21, 1989
89-14 "MoMA Warhol Promo"

EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Art Spot, production of Video Ink ((c)New York Board of Education)
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

March-April 1989
89-15 "Andy Warhol"

EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on the MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1

February 1989
89-16 "Video Ink 506: Warhol"

EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Children explore Warhol's art, his use of repeated images, silkscreen technique; program intended for young viewers; 1) W.O.W. Bronx Zoo; 2) Archie Comics; 3) Andy Warhol exhibition at MoMA; Video Ink
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-17, 90-1

April 1989
89-17 "Eleventh Hour- Andy Warhol"

PARTICIPANTS: Host Robert Lipsyte, with Ivan Karp, art dealer; Hilton Kramer, art critic; and Victor Bockris, Warhol biographer; also features Donald Kuspit, art dealer; Vito Giallo, antique dealer; Paige Powell, Advertising Director, Interview Magazine; Richard Sennet, New York University; and Jeff Koons, artist
EXHIBITION: Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Discussion of Warhol's art and life; televised on Eleventh Hour, Channel 13
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a/b, 98-3b/b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 90-1

March 3, 1989
90-1 "Museum of Modern Art - Dubs"

EXHIBITION: Anselm Kiefer (October 16, 1988-January 3, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1498
Andy Warhol: A Retrospective (February 6-May 2, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1510
Emilio Ambasz / Steven Holl (February 9-April 4, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1511
Charlie Chaplin: A Centennial Celebration (January 1-June 30, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1508
Christopher Wilmarth (May 25-August 20, 1989) MoMA Exh.# 1520
Picasso & Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989 MoMA Exh.# 1529
Robert Moskowitz (February 10-May 1, 1990)/ MoMA Exh.# 1542
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News reports on MoMA exhibitions; on Marisa Cespedes Reports, ECO News New York (in Spanish)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index

1988/1989/1990
90-2 "English Conversation with Richard E. Oldenburg and Lynn Zelevansky"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Lynn Zelevansky, assistant to director of exhibition and Curatorial Assistant, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism (September 24-January 16, 1989) MoMA
Exh.# 1529
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Program entitled "The Japanese in the U.S. Business Scenes"; on NHK (Japanese TV Station)
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-7, 89-8, 89-9, 89-10, 90-1

March & April, 1990
90-3 "Robert Moskowitz-MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: Report by Marisa Cespedes, I.P. Pino
EXHIBITION: Robert Moskowitz (February 10-May 1, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1542
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eco News, New York (Mexico); Metropolis (Spain)

February 1990
90-4, 90-4D "Photography Profile: John Szarkowski"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced by Van Witsen; John Szarkowski, Director, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Photography Until Now (February 18-May 29, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1543
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour, PBS

May 7, 1990
90-5 "Van Gogh Auction Prices"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; and Robert Hughes, art critic
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour, PBS; discussion of auction prices

May 16, 1990
90-6, 90-6D "The Museum of Modern Art: Fragmentation and the Single Form"

EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Ellsworth Kelly, Fragmentation and the Single Form (June 15-September 4, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1551
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Manhattan Media Enterprises, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 91-1, 96-21, 98-7, 99-1

June 27, 1990
90-7 "Window Dub of High and Low"

EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1559
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Manhattan Media Enterprises, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-8, 90-9, 90-10, 90-11, 90-12, 91-19

September 13, 1990
90-8 "High and Low Art"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced by Rosemarie Barone
EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1559
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Sunday Today, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-9, 90-10, 90-11, 90-12, 91-19

October 21, 1990
90-9, 90-9D "The Museum of Modern Art: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture"

EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.#
1559
DATA: 3/4" Umatic; large betacam; 3rd duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: In-house video to accompany the exhibition; Manhattan Media Enterprises, Inc., starring Kirk Varnedoe.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-10, 90-11, 90-12, 91-19

October 3, 1990
90-10 "High and Low"

EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.#
1559
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Collection of different reports on the exhibition; Marktinfo, U.Sa.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-9, 90-11, 90-12, 91-19

1990
90-11 "Museum of Modern Art: High and Low"

EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.#
1559
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Fashion Television, VH-1
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-9, 90-10, 90-12, 91-19

1990
90-12 "Literatti"

PARTICIPANTS: Hosted by Miriam Horn, Cultural Editor, U.S. News and World Report; interviews with (1) Phyllis Lambert, architect, regarding the Canadian Center for Architecture; (2) Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art, and Adam Gopnik, staff writer, The New Yorker, regarding the High and Low exhibition at MoMA; (3) Dr. Louise Guay, President of YYAITS (Artificial Intelligence Technology Systems), regarding the new video project on Glenn Gould
SPONSOR: Henry Birks and Sons, Canon, Algonquin Hotel, Northwest Airlink
EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1559
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Weekly TV program, Literatti and the Arts, featuring the arts in the U.S. and Canada
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-9, 90-10, 90-11, 91-19

1990
90-13 "Press Clips on Minnelli exhibition"

EXHIBITION: Vincente Minnelli (December 15, 1989-January 28, 1990) MoMA Exh.# 1537
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Channel 11 News, WPIX-TV; Showbiz Today, CNN; Entertainment Tonight, ABC; Showbiz This Week, CNN (compiled by American MovieMakers)
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-2, 89-11

December 12, 1989-January 6, 1990
90-14 "Interview with Melvin Van Peebles"

PARTICIPANTS: Allan Havey, Melvin Van Peebles
EXHIBITION: Film Program: Melvin Van Peebles (June 22-30, 1990)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Night After Night, The Comedy Channel

June 20, 1990
90-15 "Welcome to the Water Planet"

EXHIBITION: James Rosenquist: Welcome to the Water Planet (February 8-May 1, 1990) MoMA
Exh.# 1541
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Film by Seth Schneidman and Maryte Kavaliauskas about James Rosenquist's project; Seven Hills Productions, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-16

1990
90-16 "Welcome to the Water Planet - excerpts from a film in progress"

EXHIBITION: James Rosenquist: Welcome to the Water Planet (February 8-May 1, 1990) MoMA
Exh.# 1541
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Checkerboard Foundation, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-15

February 14, 1990
91-1 "Artist's Choice: Chuck Close, Head-On / The Modern Portrait"

PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Charles A. Dana Foundation
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Chuck Close, Head-On / The Modern Portrait (January 10-March 19, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1567
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic; electric film (3 copies)
SUMMARY: Comments on the art and the exhibition by artist and curator; MICA-TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 90-6, 91-12, 96-21, 98-7, 99-1

1991
91-2 "Art of the Forties: Window Displays at Barney's"


DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: Art of the Forties (February 20-April 30, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1574
SUMMARY: Televised on New York Views, WABC-TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-12, 91-16

March 30, 1991
91-3 "Pleasures and Terrors"

EXHIBITION: Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort (September 26-December 31, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1595
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Edge, PBS

October 2, 1991
91-4 "They Risked Their Lives: Rescuers of the Holocaust"

EXHIBITION: Gay Block: Rescuers of the Holocaust (January 16-April 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1610
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Revised short version; Texas Video and Post (Production company)

November 25, 1991
91-5, 91-5D "Modern Art: Practices and Debates"

PARTICIPANTS: Interviews with Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy Lippard, art historian; Leon Golub, artist; Philip Johnson, architect and Trustee of MoMA; Linda Nochlin, art critic and historian (regarding MoMA, role of museums in culture, etc.)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on BBC, Open University Production Centre

Fall 1991
91-6 "Sophia Loren"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "Vittorio D: De Sica Behind the Camera and On the Screen" (October 4-November 12, 1991)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Entertainment Tonight, ABC

October 4, 1991
91-7 "The Yiddish Cinema: A Documentary narrated by David Mamet"

PARTICIPANTS: Directed by Richard Pontius; produced by Moshe Waldoks
SPONSOR: The National Center for Jewish Film
EXHIBITION: Film Program: "Yiddish Film Between Two Worlds" (November 14, 1991-January 12, 1992)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: For German TV, ZDF Production

1991
91-8 "Maria Beatty Project for MoMA"

DATA: Electric Film

1991
91-9 "Contemporary Art in Context: Curator's Forum"

PARTICIPANTS: Introduction by Riva Castleman, Chief Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; and Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; speaker: Luis R. Cancel, Director, Bronx Museum of the Arts
DATA: 1 Standard VHS

March 20, 1991
91-10 "Seven Master Printmakers- Installation and Opening Reception"

SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art, New York
EXHIBITION: Seven Master Printmakers: Innovations in the 1980s (May 16-August 13, 1991)
MoMA Exh.# 1582
DATA: 1 Standard VHS

May 15, 1991
91-11, 91-11D "Michael Craig-Martin Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Michael Craig-Martin, artist; Robert Evren, exhibition curator and Curatorial Assistant, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Projects 27: Michael Craig-Martin (March 9-April 23, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1576
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Interview by curator

March 12, 1991
91-12 "Education Center Special Exhibition Displays - Video Documentation"

EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Chuck Close, Head-On/ The Modern Portrait (January 10-March 19, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1567; Art of the Forties (February 20-April 30, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1574
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-1, 91-13
TITLE: "Garden as an Expression of Art", May 28, 1991
PARTICIPANTS: Roberto Burle Marx, landscape architect
EXHIBITION: Roberto Burle Marx: The Unnatural Art of the Garden (May 23-August 13, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1584
SUMMARY: Lecture

March 1991
91-13 "The Garden as an Expression of Art"

PARTICIPANTS: Roberto Burle Marx EXHIBITION: Roberto Burle Marx: The Unnatural Art of the Garden [MoMA Exh. #1584, May 23-August 13, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A lecture in Titus 1 Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-9, 90-10, 90-11, 90-12

May 28, 1991
91-14, 91-14D "Kyoko Kumai Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist; Mathilda McQuaid, exhibition curator and Assistant Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai (May 3-June 18, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1581
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview by curator

June 18, 1991
91-15 "Thierry Kuntzel Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, exhibition curator and Assistant Curator, Dept. of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; and Christopher Lyon, Editor, Dept. of Publications, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Projects 29: Thierry Kuntzel (June 20-September 3, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1586
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview

July 1, 1991
91-16 "Art of the Forties Symposium"

PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William C. Agee; participants: Harry Callahan, Herbert Ferber, Sidney Peterson, Eva Veisel
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
EXHIBITION: Art of the Forties (February 20-April 30, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1574
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-2, 9-12

April 23, 1991
91-17 "Compilations of Tributes to Mr. William S. Paley"

PARTICIPANTS: a) Jim Jenson reporting b) Charles Kuralt reporting; Robert A. Daly, chairman and CEO, Warner Brothers; Eric Severeid, CBS reporter; Don Hewitt, executive producer, 60 Minutes
c) Harry Smith reporting; Mary Tyler Moore, actress; Don Hewitt, executive producer, 60 Minutes, CBS d) Dan Rather reporting
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: a) Sunday Morning b) CBS News Sunday Morning, CBS; Tribute from Mike Wallace, CBS c) CBS This Morning, CBS d) William S. Paley: Tribute to a Broadcasting Giant, CBS News Special

December 1991
91-18 "Tristar Pictures: Bugsy- Video Press Kit"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: 1) featurette, 2) trailer, 3) film clips

1991
91-13 "Art in an Age of Mass Culture"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Adam Gopnik, co-curator of exhibition, staff writer, The New Yorker; artists include Elizabeth Murray, Jeff Koons, James Rosenquist, Roy Lichtenstein; directed and produced by Michael Blackwood
EXHIBITION: High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture (October 7, 1990-January 15, 1991) MoMA Exh.# 1559
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Michael Blackwood Productions, Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-7, 90-8, 90-9, 90-10, 90-11, 90-12

1991
92-1 "Picasso and Braque"

PARTICIPANTS: N. Takaragi, Setagaya Art Museum
EXHIBITION: The William S. Paley Collection (January 30-April 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1614
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: 1992 spring / summer report on overseas art exhibitions, including the Paley exhibition at MoMA; televised on NHK (Japanese TV)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-3, 98-77

1992
92-2 "Agnes Gund Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview televised on Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-23, 98-28, 98-56, 98-56D

1992
92-3, 92-3D "The William S. Paley Collection"

PERSONALITY: William S. Paley
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
PARTICIPANTS: Betsy Aaron, reporter; William Rubin, Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: The William S. Paley Collection [MoMA Exh. #1614, January 30-April 7, 1992]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Memorial coverage of William S. Paley's life and art collection. Detailed documentation of works within the Paley collection, including Boy Leading a Horse by Pablo Picasso.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-1, 98-77

February 2, 1992
92-4, 92-4D "William Rubin Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-34, 98-34D

February 7, 1992
92-5 "David Brinkley Roundtable"

PARTICIPANTS: David Brinkley, Cokie Roberts, George Will, Sam Donaldson, reporters
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Regarding NEA funding; televised on This Week With David Brinkley, ABC; MoMA is not specifically mentioned
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-6

February 23, 1992
92-6 "Segment on NEA funding for the Arts"

PARTICIPANTS: Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist; Wendy Luers, National Council on the Arts; Leonard Garment, Independent Arts Commission; Rachel Rosenthal, performance artist; Fred Sherry, cellist
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on the MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour, PBS; MoMA is not specifically mentioned
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-5

February 26, 1992
92-7 "Media Preview Remarks"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Stephanie French, V. P. Cultural Affairs, Philip Morris Co. Inc.; John Elderfield, exhibition curator and Acting Director, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 1992
92-8, 92-8D "Matisse"

PARTICIPANTS: Thomas McEvilley, contributing editor, Artforum; Patrick Heron, artist; Arthur Danto, art critic; Clement Greenberg, art historian; and others
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic; VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on The Late Show, BBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

February 12, 1992
92-9a "Various Coverage: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective" (#1-19)


DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
SUMMARY: Good Morning America, ABC; CBS This Morning, CBS; Channel 2 News, PBS; Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 18-December 5, 1992
92-9b "Various Coverage: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective" (#20-25)

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Eyewitness News, ABC; Channel 11 News at Ten, Channel 11; Action News Chronicle, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 18-December 5, 1992
92-10 "Matisse at MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, exhibition curator and Acting Director, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Albert Kostenevich, Curator, Hermitage Museum; Stephanie French, V.P. Cultural Affairs, Philip Morris Co.
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News footage to be used in conjunction with the exhibition; Avatar Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 18, 1992
92-11 "Matisse Exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Marisa Cespedes Reports, on ECO News, New York (Spanish)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 21, 1992
92-12 "Henri Matisse Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 30, 1992
92-13 "Matisse: A Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

October 22, 1992
92-14 "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Marisa Cespedes Reports, ECO News New York (in Spanish)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

October 1992
92-15 "Matisse Kolossal"

PARTICIPANTS: Directed by Raffaello Siniscalco
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: RAI Corporation (Italian Radio TV System)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

November 1992
92-16 "Matisse Exhibit/ The Art of Scalping"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

November 30, 1992
92-17 "Weekend Update: Matisse Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Saturday Night Live (Show # 758 with Tim Robbins), NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

December 21, 1992
92-18 "Matisse Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Good Day New York, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

December 31, 1992
92-19, 92-19D "Henri Matisse Retrospective at MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, exhibition curator and Acting Director, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on NHK (Japanese); MICO Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

1992
92-20 "Metrovision Sample Ad for The Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Metrovision
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11,93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

August 17, 1992
92-21 "Philip Morris Co. Inc.-Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Bob Plunkett Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-26, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 24, 1992
92-22, 99-22D "Matisse General Service Announcement"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

November 9, 1992
92-23 "Matisse"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: General service announcement, on AVID
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

November 16, 1992
92-24 "Metrovision Sample Show Featuring The Museum of Modern Art"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: No audio; televised on Metrovision

December 22, 1992
92-25 "Matisse" (labeled "Matisse air check")

PARTICIPANTS: Includes comments by John Elderfield, exhibition curator and Acting Director, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on NY 1 News, NY 1; Good Day New York; 10 O'Clock News, Fox TV; CBS This Morning, CBS, Fox Business News, Breakfast With the Arts; RAI TV (Italian); Arts and Entertainment; German TV ZDF; Globo TV Brazil; compiled by Avatar Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

September 1992
92-26 "Matisse"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: General service announcement; rough cut; Mediaworks Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

November 9, 1992 (January 19th version)
92-27 "General Service Announcement"


DATA: Betacam

July 7, 1992
92-28 "Applevision: The Regency"

PARTICIPANTS: Hosted by Beverly Sills
STATION: Applevision
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Segment on summer exhibitions at MoMA
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-47, 93-48

Summer 1992
92-29 "MoMA Promo- 'RAI 2: Italy, the Other Cinema'" (brief introduction to each film)

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "RAI 2-Italy: The Other Cinema" (March 6-19, 1992)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Station: Telesia
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-30, 92-31, 92-32

March 1992
92-30 "Italy, the Other Cinema"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "RAI 2-Italy: The Other Cinema" (March 6-19, 1992)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Selected scenes from: 1) La Vita Sospesa, directed by Maroun Bagdadi; 2) Atto Di Dolore, directed by Pasquale Squitieri; 3) Italia Germania, directed by Andrea Barzini; 4) I Divertimenti della Vita Privata, directed by Cristina Comencini; 5) Ultra' directed by Ricky Tognazzi; 6) Pummaro' directed by Michele Placido; 7) Enrico IV, directed by Marco Bellocchio; 8) Nostalghia, directed by Andrej Tarkovskii; 9) Padre Padrone, directed by Paolo & Vittorio Taviani; On RAI-TV (Italian TV)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-29, 92-31, 92-32

February 14, 1992
92-31 "Italy, the Other Cinema"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "RAI 2-Italy: The Other Cinema" (March 6-19, 1992)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on RAI-TV (Italian TV); seven 1:15 minutes long excerpts from films
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-29, 92-30, 92-32

1992
92-32 "MoMA RAI Excerpts"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "RAI 2-Italy: The Other Cinema" (March 6-19, 1992)
DATA: Large Betacam
SUMMARY: RAI-TV (Italian) TV

June 1992
92-33 "Opening of Warner Brothers Exhibition"

EXHIBITION: Warner Brothers: Behind the Scenes (June 4, 1992-March 1, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1626
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Entertainment Tonight, ABC; Showbiz Today, CNN

June 1992
93-1, 93-1D "Matisse Exhibit / Andy Rooney"

PARTICIPANTS: Andy Rooney comments on exhibition
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Betacam (2 copies)
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
SUMMARY: Televised on 60 Minutes, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

January 17, 1993
93-2 "Matisse Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

January 19, 1993
93-3 "Henri Matisse Retrospective"


DATA: 1 Standard VHS
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
SUMMARY: Televised on NY Close-up, NY 1
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

January 24, 1993
93-4 "MoMA Matisse Show Press Compilation"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
SUMMARY: Computer dump; rough cut of 93-5
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

January 29, 1993
93-5, 93-5D "Press Clips"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced by Mediaworks
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC; NBC News Today, NBC; Saturday Night Live, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

February 8, 1993
93-6 "Press Clips (without Philip Morris credit)

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

February 10, 1993
93-7 "Press Clips (with Philip Morris credit)

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

February 24, 1993
93-8 "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Marisa Cespedes Reports, ECO News New York (Spanish)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

1993
93-9 "Matisse Exhibition"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Noticiero Univision (Spanish)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

93-10 "Matisse"

PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, exhibition curator and Acting Director, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: France 2, New York (French)
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

1993
93-11 "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

PARTICIPANTS: Blanca Rosa Vilchez
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Station: Univision
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-12, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

1993
93-12 "Matisse"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: On Swedish television: Bild Journalen
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-13, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

n.d.
93-13 "Museum of Modern Art Press Clips"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC; NBC News Today, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 95-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

n.d.
93-14 "Tokyo Masterworks Documentary Film" ("Masterworks From MoMA")

PARTICIPANTS: Narrated by K. Nakamura
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: On Japanese television: Fuji TV

January 30, 1993
93-15 "MoMA - William Wegman"

PARTICIPANTS: William Wegman, artist; Peter Galassi, exhibition curator and Director, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: William Wegman's Cinderella (May 13-July 6, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1653
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Artist and curator comment on the exhibition; televised on CBS News New York, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-16

May 21, 1993
93-16 "Wegman"

PARTICIPANTS: William Wegman, artist
EXHIBITION: William Wegman's Cinderella (May 13-July 6, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1653
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Day One, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-15

July 19, 1993
93-17 "Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century"

PARTICIPANTS: Narrated by Edward Sullivan, Chairman, Fine Arts Dept., New York University; produced by John Culkin SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (2 copies)
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
SUMMARY: Video accompanying exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-18, 93-19

1993
93-18 "Latin American Artists Exhibit-Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on World News, CNN International (London)
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-19

June 2, 1993
93-19 "MoMA Latin Art Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18

June 8, 1993
93-20 "Yes, But Is It Art?"

PARTICIPANTS: Jeff Koons, artist; Hilton Kramer, art critic, and others
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Discusses controversy over the value of contemporary art; features recent auctions at Sotheby's, viewpoints of artists, art collectors, and the general public; televised on 60 Minutes, CBS

September 19, 1993
93-21 "Miró Exhibit"

TV SHOW: News 4 New York
STATION: NBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29

October 13, 1993
93-22 "Miró Art NN" ("Miró's World")

PARTICIPANTS: Reported by Mary Ellis Williams; comments by Carolyn Lanchner, exhibition curator and Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on NBC Nightly News (with Tom Brokaw), NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-21, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29

October 15, 1993
93-23 "Joan Miró"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Today Show, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29

October 15, 1993
93-24 "Miró"

PARTICIPANTS: Produced by Guillermo A. Meneses
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on CNN International (Spanish), CNN
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31

October 15, 1993
93-25 "Miró"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on CBS News Sunday Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31

October 17, 1993
93-26 "Miró"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on The Late Show, BBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-29, 93-31

November 3, 1993
93-27 "Ferrari Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Designed for Speed: 3 Automobiles by Ferrari (November 4, 1993-March 8, 1994)/
MoMA Exh.# 1668
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Hourly News, NY 1
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-30

November 4, 1993
93-28 "Robert Ryman"

EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman (September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1663
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on The Late Show, BBC

November 5, 1993
93-29 "Joan Miró: A Retrospective"

SPONSOR: Argentaria
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Avatar Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-31

November 23, 1993
93-30 "Ferrari Exhibit"

EXHIBITION: Designed for Speed: 3 Automobiles by Ferrari (November 4, 1993-March 8, 1994)
MoMA Exh.# 1668
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on CBS This Morning, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-27

December 16, 1993
93-31 "Carolyn Lanchner Miró"

PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, exhibition curator and Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Joan Miró, artist's grandson
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29

December 30, 1993
93-32 "Andy Warhol Missing Work"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on CBS This Morning, CBS; Hourly News, NY 1; Channel 11 News at Ten, WPIX-TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a, b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1, 93-33

November 17, 1993
93-33 "MoMA - Missing Andy Warhol Art"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News at Noon, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 87-7, 89-1, 89-2, 89-3a, b, 89-14, 89-15, 89-16, 89-17, 90-1, 93-32

November 17, 1993
93-34, 93-34D "MoMA General Service Announcement"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions

September 7, 1993
93-35 "Museum of Modern Art Matisse Exhibition - Public Relations compilation"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1633
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D

February 5, 1993
93-36 "Dept. of Cultural Affairs: The Museum of Modern Art Latin American Artist"

EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Sony Studio One
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18, 93-19, 93-37, 93-38, 93-39

March 3, 1993
93-37 "Metrovision Sample Ad for The Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2 - September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Metrovision
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18, 93-19, 93-36, 93-38, 93-39

May 1993
93-38, 93-38D "Latin America Public Service Announcement" (English)

PARTICIPANTS: Edward James Olmos introduces exhibition
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Public service announcement
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18, 93-19, 93-36, 93-37, 93-39

1993
93-39 "Latin America Public Service Announcement" (Spanish)

PARTICIPANTS: Edward James Olmos introduces exhibition
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century (June 2-September 7, 1993) MoMA Exh.# 1654
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Public service announcement
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18, 93-19, 93-36, 93-37, 93-38

1993
93-40 "MoMA General Service Announcement: Miró" (rough cut)

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-41, 93-42, 93-43, 93-44, 93-45, 93-46

October 12, 1993
93-41, 93-41D "Joan Miró Retrospective"

PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, exhibition curator and Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Francisco Luzon, Chairman, Argentaria
SPONSOR: Argentaria, Corporacion Bancaria de Espana
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: Betacam; VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Includes identification and description of works in the exhibition; Bob Plunkett Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-42, 93-43, 93-44, 93-45, 93-46

October 13, 1993
93-42, 93-42D "Centennial Joan Miró Retrospective"

PARTICIPANTS: Juan Carlos I, King of Spain; Francisco Luzon, Chairman, Argentaria; Carolyn Lanchner, exhibition curator and Curator, Dept .of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; includes identification and description of works in the exhibition
SPONSOR: Argentaria, Corporacion Bancaria de Espana
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: Betacam; VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: News media B-roll package, ie. original unedited version; Bob Plunkett Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-41, 93-43, 93-44, 93-45, 93-46

October 14, 1993
93-43 "General Service Announcement: Miró Exhibition"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions; Avid
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-41, 93-42, 93-44, 93-45, 93-46

October 15, 1993
93-44, 93-44D "General Service Announcement: Miró Exhibition"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: slightly altered version of 93-43, labeled "Miró MoMA"; Mediaworks Productions; Avid
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-41, 93-42, 93-43, 93-45, 93-46

October 18, 1993
93-45 "Miró General Service Announcement"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-41, 93-42, 93-43, 93-44, 93-46

October 20, 1993
93-46 "Metrovision Advertisement for The Museum of Modern Art: Miró"

EXHIBITION: Joan Miró (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Metrovision
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-21, 93-22, 93-23, 93-24, 93-25, 93-26, 93-29, 93-31, 93-40, 93-41, 93-42, 93-43, 93-44, 93-45

October 15, 1993
93-47 "Applevision: Cultural Summer 1993"

PARTICIPANTS: Beverly Sills introduces cultural events in New York during the summer, featuring MoMA
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Applevision
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-28, 93-48

Summer 1993
93-48 "Applevision: Peninsula Winter 1993"

PARTICIPANTS: Hosted by Beverly Sills
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Applevision; MoMA is not specifically mentioned
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-28, 93-47

Winter 1993
93-49 "Gaumont"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "Gaumont Presents: A Century of French Cinema" (January 28-April 14, 1994)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on CNN

June 3, 1993
93-50 "Clint Eastwood Tribute at The Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Film Programs: "New Acquisitions: Ten Years of Clint Eastwood Films" (October 28 - November 5, 1993) and "Clint Eastwood: From the Archive" (November 7-20,1993)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Live With Regis and Kathie Lee, ABC; Hourly News, NY 1; Ten O'Clock News, WNYW-TV; Channel 9 News, WWOR-TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 82-1

October 28, 1993
93-51, 93-51D "Museum of Modern Art, New York: Robert Ryman"

SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art, New York
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman (September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1663
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; duplicate is 1 Umatic 3/4"
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-28

1993
94-1 "Guerrilla Girls Robert Storr - MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: In the CNN series "Gender Wars," Mark Feldstein reports on activities of the Feminist group Guerrilla Girls, with comments by Hilton Kramer, art critic; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Televised on World News, CNN

February 16, 1994
94-2 "Frank Lloyd Wright"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Today, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-3, 94-5, 94-6, 94-19, 94-20, 94-21

February 18, 1994
94-3, 94-3D "Frank Lloyd Wright Retrospective"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Televised on Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-5, 94-6, 94-19, 94-20, 94-21

February 28, 1994
94-4 "Museum of Modern Art - Jasper Johns' 'Ideas in Paint'"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard Serra, artist; Hilton Kramer, art critic and editor, New Criterion; Merce Cunningham, choreographer; statements by Johns read by composer John Cage
SPONSOR: The Pew Charitable Trusts
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Channel 12
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-5

March 23, 1994
94-5 "Frank Lloyd Wright"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Fashion Television, VH-1
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-3, 94-6, 94-19, 94-20, 94-21

March 26, 1994
94-6 "Frank Lloyd Wright / Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on NY Views, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-3, 94-5, 94-19, 94-20, 94-21

April 16, 1994
94-7 "New York Artist Smuggles Painting into MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: Paul Rebhan, local artist
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Features a local artist who hung his work at MoMA without permission; televised on World
News Now, ABC; The Money Wheel, NBC; Hourly News, NY 1; Channel 2 News This Morning, CBS; News 4 New York, WPIX-TV; Channel 11 News at Ten, WWOR-TV; Channel 9 News
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-9, 94-11, 94-12

May 3-4, 1994
94-8 "Americans for Disabilities / Museum of Modern Art"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Headline News, CNN Headline News Network

May 6, 1994
94-9 "New York Artist Displays Painting Museum of Modern Art"

PARTICIPANTS: Features a local artist who discusses his "smuggled" work, Necking, which he hung at the MoMA without permission
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Eyewitness News Daybreak Sunday, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-7, 94-11, 94-12

May 8, 1994
94-10 "Museum Director"

PARTICIPANTS: Lynn Herbert, Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum; Rachel Ranta, artist, discusses her work and solo exhibition at the CAM, Discrete Inquiry
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Report on the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX, its new exhibition, and its search for a new director; discuss rumor of Peter Marzio leaving the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for MoMA; televised on Steve Smith's Sunday, Channel 11

May 8, 1994
94-11 "Museum of Modern Art Paul Rebhan"

PARTICIPANTS: Paul Rebhan, artist
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Features a NY artist who hung his work at MoMA without permission; televised on America Journal, CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-7, 94-9, 94-12

May 12, 1994
94-12 "Paul Rebhan"

PARTICIPANTS: Matt Lauer interviews Paul Rebhan, local artist
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Features a NY artist who hung his work at the MoMA without permission; televised on News Four New York at Five, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-7, 94-9, 94-11

June 3, 1994
94-13 "The People We Love to Hate The Museum of Modern Art"

PARTICIPANTS: Comments by Susan Kismaric, exhibition curator and Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EHIBITION: American Politicians (October 5, 1994-January 3, 1995) MoMA Exh.# 1695
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: News report; televised on CBS News Sunday Morning, CBS

November 6, 1994
94-14 "Glenn D. Lowry: New Director of MoMA"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Hourly News, NY 1
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-15, 94-16, 94-24, 94-25, 94-26

November 16, 1994
94-15 "Glenn D. Lowry - New Director of The Museum of Modern Art"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Hourly News, NY 1; CBC Evening News, CBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-14, 94-16, 94-24, 94-25, 94-26

November 16 & 17, 1994
94-16 "MoMA- New Director"

PARTICIPANTS: Speakers: Richard E. Oldenburg, retiring Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, new Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Sound bites
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-14, 94-15, 94-24, 94-25, 94-26

November 16, 1994
94-17 "New York Museums"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on NY 1 Hourly News, NY 1

November 18, 1994
94-18 "Philip Johnson"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, architect and Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Dupont
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview; televised on Charlie Rose, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a/b, 96-2b/b, 96-3a/b, 96-3b/b, 96-4, 96-5a/b, 96.5b/b

December 20, 1994
94-19 "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Mediaworks
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-3, 94-5, 94-6, 94-20, 94-21

February 14, 1994
94-20, 94-20D "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Mediaworks
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-3, 94-5, 94-6, 94-19, 94-21

February 16, 1994
94-21, 94-21D "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect at Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16-May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh.# 1673
DATA: Betacam; VHS (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Avatar Productions
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-2, 94-3, 94-5, 94-6, 94-19, 94-20

February 18, 1994
94-22, 94-22D "Discover Your Own Story"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS; 3/4" Umatic (2 copies)
SUMMARY: Mediaworks public service announcement for MoMA (TV)

Fall 1994
94-23 "Discover Your Own Story"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Radio spots; Mediaworks public service announcement for MoMA (radio)

September 29, 1994
94-24 "Glenn Lowry Appointment (MoMA #2)"

DATA: Betacam
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-14, 94-15, 94-16, 94-25, 94-26

94-25 "New Director VNR"

DATA: Betacam
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-14, 94-15, 94-16, 94-24, 94-26

November 16, 1994
94-26 "Introduction to New Director (Announcement to staff)"

DATA: Betacam
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-14, 94-15, 94-16, 94-24, 94-25

November 16, 1994
94-27 "Jeanne Moreau at The Museum of Modern Art"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: "Jeanne Moreau: Nouvelle Vague and Beyond" (February 25-March 18, 1994)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Entertainment Now, WTN (Worldwide Television Network)

February 18, 1994
94-28a "An Eccentric Object: Video Art in Australia" (Program 1: "The Body Electric")

PARTICIPANTS: Video artists: Michael Hill, Mic Gruchy, John Gillies, Randelli, Lynne Sanderson, Linda Dement, Elena Popa, Jill Scott, Cathy Vogan
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: Film Program: "The American Federation of Arts at The Museum of Modern Art"
(May 1-30, 1994)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Organized by the American Federation of Arts
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-28b, 94-28c

1994
94-28b "An Eccentric Object: Video Art in Australia" (Program 2: "Any Resemblance To Reality is Purely Deliberate")

PARTICIPANTS: Video artists: Ian Haig, Randelli, Michael Strum, Severed Heads, The Brothers
Grunchy, Sally Pryor, Jon McCormack, Faye Maxwell, Philip Brophy, Troy Innocent
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: Film Program: The American Federation of Arts at The Museum of Modern Art
(May 1-30, 1994)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Organized by the American Federation of Arts
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-28a, 94-28c

1994
94-28c "An Eccentric Object: Video Art in Australia" (Program 3: "The Diminished Paradise")

PARTICIPANTS: Video artists: Eva Eden, TAPS, Destiny Deacon, Stephen Duke, Ellen Jose and Marshall White, Ross Harley, Cyber Dada, Jane Parks, Bill Seaman, Chris Caines, Peter Callas
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: Film Program: "The American Federation of Arts at The Museum of Modern Art
(May 1-30, 1994)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Organized by the American Federation of Arts
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-28a, 94-28b

1994
94-29 "Classic Mexican Cinema"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: Mexican Film and the Narrative Tradition (July 4-August 5, 1993)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Marisa Cespedes Reports, ECO News New York (Spanish)

October 1994
95-1 "Marcel Pagnol"

EXHIBITION: Film Program: Marcel Pagnol (February 10-28, 1995)
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Televised on Marisa Cespedes Reports, ECO News New York (Spanish)

February 1995
96-1 "Introduction"

(#1 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 5:30-7:30 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Introductory remarks by Phyllis Lambert; Philip Johnson in conversation with Jeffrey Kipnis
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette, TRT: 2 hours
SUMMARY: Session 1 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-3b, 96-4, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 1, 1996
96-2a "Avant-garde Procedures: Form and Pragmatics"

(#2 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 9:00-12:12 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Introductory remarks by Bernard Tschumi; Robert Somol speaks on "Architecture after the Avant-garde"; Francesco Dal Co on "Victors and Victory: Interpreting Lewis Mumford in the Brown Decades"; Detlef Mertins on "Framing the Constitution: Sigfried Giedion, Emil Kaufman and the Laws of Architectural Modernity"
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette, TRT: 2 hours
SUMMARY: Session 2 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-3b, 96-4, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 2, 1996
96-2b "Avant-garde Procedures: Form and Pragmatics" (continued)

(#2 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 9:00-12:00 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Joan Ockman on "The Road Not Taken: Alexander Dorner's Way Beyond Art"; Peter Linder on "An Endless Avant-garde: Frederick Kiesler's Display of Modernism 1926-1942"; followed by discussion
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette
SUMMARY: Session 2 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-3a, 96-3b, 96-4, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 2, 1996
96-3a "Avant-garde Geneologies: Intimate and Collective Influences"

(#3 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 2:00-4:45 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Hays on "Mies van der Rohe and the Production of Abstraction"; Paulette Singley on "The Importance of Not Being Earnest"; Mitchell Schwarzer on "The CIAM and the City of Mechanical God"
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette
SUMMARY: Session 3 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3b, 96-4, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 2, 1996
96-3b "Avant-garde Geneologies: Intimate and Collective Influences" (continued)

(#3 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 2:00-4:45 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Sanford Kwinter on "The Doctrine of Misplaced Concreteness and the American Avant-garde"; followed by discussion
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette
SUMMARY: Session 3 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-4, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 2, 1996
96-4 "Nostalgia and the Avant-garde"

(#3 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Wood Auditorium, Columbia University, 5:30-6:30 pm.
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Colin Rowe
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette, TRT: 60 minutes
SUMMARY: Session 3 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-5a, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

February 2, 1996
96-5a "Avant-garde Ideologies"

(#4 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Columbia University and MoMA
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Introductory remarks by Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Silvia Lavin on "Repressed Memories: Richard Neutra and the Birth Trauma of Modern Architecture"; Beatriz Colomina on "1949"; Rem Koolhaas on "Le Corbusier, Harrison and the United Nations"; Peter Eisenman on "The Necessity of an American Avant-garde"; followed by discussion
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute Hi-8 Metal-P video cassette
SUMMARY: Session 4 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-3b, 96-4, 96.5b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 3, 1996
96-5b "Avant-garde Ideologies" (continued)

(#4 of 4 sessions)
PLACE: Columbia University and MoMA
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium"
PARTICIPANTS: Introductory remarks by Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Silvia Lavin on "Repressed Memories: Richard Neutra and the Birth Trauma of Modern Architecture"; Beatriz Colomina on "1949"; Rem Koolhaas on "Le Corbusier, Harrison and the United Nations"; Peter Eisenman on "The Necessity of an American Avant-garde"; followed by discussion
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, The American Friends of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder, Marshall S. Cogan, Emilio Ambasz, a grant from the Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, and Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: 120-minute Hi-8 Metal-P video cassette
SUMMARY: Session 4 of a three-day lecture series at Columbia University and MoMA, presented in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Philip Johnson
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-1, 96-2a, 96-2b, 96-3a, 96-3b, 96-4, 96-5a
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 3, 1996
96-6 "MoMA Radio English PSa"

DATA: Betacam
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-7
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

n.d.
96-7 "MoMA English PSA"

DATA: Betacam, TRT: 50 seconds
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-6
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

n.d.
96-8a "Picasso and Cubism"

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sherry Goodman, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8b, 96-8c, 96-8d
DONOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 18, 1982
96-8b "Picasso and Cubism" (continued)

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sherry Goodman, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8a, 96-8c, 96-8d
DONOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 18, 1982
96-8c "Picasso and Cubism" (continued)

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sherry Goodman, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8a, 96-8b, 96-8d
DONOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 18, 1982
96-8d "Picasso and Cubism" (continued)

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sherry Goodman, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8a, 96-8b, 96-8c
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: End of this cassette contains the beginning of "Atget: Old Paris" (see 96-9a).

November 18, 1982
96-9a "Atget: Old Paris"

PLACE: Photography galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Cooke, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old Paris (October 14, 1982- January 4, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1335
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk with sign-language interpretation
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8d, 96-9b, 96-9c, 96-9d, 96-17
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: "Atget: Old Paris" begins at the end of "Picasso and Cubism" (see 96-8d).

November 18, 1982
96-9b "Atget: Old Paris" (continued)

PLACE: Photography galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS:
Susan Cooke, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old Paris (October 14, 1982- January 4, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1335
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk with sign-language interpretation
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8d, 96-9a, 96-9c, 96-9d, 96-17
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: "Atget: Old Paris" begins at the end of "Picasso and Cubism" (see 96-8d).

November 18, 1982
96-9c "Atget: Old Paris" (continued)

PLACE: Photography galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Cooke, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old Paris (October 14, 1982- January 4, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1335
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk with sign-language interpretation
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8d, 96-9a, 96-9b, 96-9d, 96-17
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 18, 1982
96-9d "Atget: Old Paris" (continued)

PLACE: Photography galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Cooke, Museum lecturer and graduate student in art history
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old Paris (October 14, 1982- January 4, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1335
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Gallery talk with sign-language interpretation
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-8d, 96-9a, 96-9b, 96-9c, 96-17
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 18, 1982
96-10 "Art since 1945"

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Roni Feinstein
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Gallery talk: works discussed include Gorky's Agony and Miró's Birth of the World
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-11a "Form as Memory"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art; introduced by Deborah Wye, Associate Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art and curator of the exhibition
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-11b "Form as Memory"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS:
Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art; introduced by Deborah Wye, Associate Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art and curator of the exhibition
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96.11c, 96.11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-11c "Form as Memory"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art; introduced by Deborah Wye, Associate Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art and curator of the exhibition
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11d, 9611e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-11d "Form as Memory"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art; introduced by Deborah Wye, Associate Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art and Curator of the exhibition
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-11e "Form as Memory"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, introduced by Deborah Wye, Associate Curator, Dept. of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art and Curator of the exhibition
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 7, 1982
96-12a "Bourgeois Truth"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Pincus-Witten, Professor of Art History, Queens College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b, TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

January 11, 1983
96-12b "Bourgeois Truth"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Pincus-Witten, Professor of Art History, Queens College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b, TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

January 11, 1983
96-12c "Bourgeois Truth"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Pincus-Witten, Professor of Art History, Queens College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
DONOR
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

January 11, 1983
96-13a "Documentation of Louise Bourgeois exhibition"

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Video documents the installation of the artist's work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

NOTE: This recording was preserved during the summer of 2007. In addition to the original, a Digibeta archival master, a DVD use copy and a DVD back-up copy now exist.

January 28, 1983
96-13b "Documentation of Louise Bourgeois exhibition" (continued)

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Video documents the installation of the artist's' work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

January 28, 1983
96-13c "Documentation of Louise Bourgeois exhibition"

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois (November 6, 1982- February 8, 1983) MoMA Exh.# 1337
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Video documents the installation of the artist's work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-15, 96-23a, 96-23b, TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

January 28, 1983
96-14a "ISP (School Program)"

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Julie Saul and Roni Feinstein
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Saul and Feinstein lead a 7th grade class from the Fieldston School on a tour of the Painting and Sculpture galleries; artists discussed include Rousseau and Picasso
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-14b, 96-13c
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 9, 1982
96-14b "ISP (School Program) (continued)"

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Julie Saul and Roni Feinstein
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Saul and Feinstein lead a 7th grade class from the Fieldston School on a tour of the Painting and Sculpture galleries, Architecture and Design galleries, Decorative Arts and Photography galleries; artists discussed include Matisse, Brancusi, and others
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-14a, 96-13c
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 9, 1982
96-14c "ISP (School Program) (continued)"

PLACE: Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Julie Saul and Roni Feinstein
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Saul and Feinstein lead a 7th grade class from the Fieldston School on a tour of the Painting and Sculpture galleries; artists discussed include Pollock, and others
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-14a, 96-13b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

December 9, 1982
96-15 "Dislocations"

PARTICIPANTS: Louise Bourgeois (in voice only), Chris Burden, Sophie Calle, David Hammons, Ilya Kabakov, Bruce Nauman, Adrian Piper
EXHIBITION: Dislocations (October 20, 1991- January 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1598
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 24 minutes
SUMMARY: Artists featured in the exhibition talk about their work; video ran continuously through the exhibition according to a prescribed schedule.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-23a, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

n.d.
96-16 "Primitivism"

EXHIBITION: "Primitivism" in 20th Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and the Modern (September 19, 1984-January 15, 1985) MoMA Exh.# 1382
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 2 minutes 45 seconds
SUMMARY: News spot about the exhibition; on ZDF (German public TV), in German
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

n.d.
96-17 "Impact II"

PARTICIPANTS: Stanley Nussbaum
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: News spot on News Center 4/Channel 4 about the MoMA education program for the blind and handicapped
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

1980's
96-18 Untitled

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson
SPONSOR: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Viewers like you, Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York, Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust, Vincente Astor Foundation, Rosalind P. Walter, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Charlie Rose
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

June 24, 1993
96-19 "Poetry 17"

PLACE: Garden café, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction by Lita Hornick; featuring Lewis Walsh, Janine Pommy Vega and Paul Violi
SPONSOR: Lita Hornick; presented by the Contemporary Arts Council
DATA: 120-minute VHS video cassette
SUMMARY: Seventeenth annual poetry reading
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

November 15, 1994
96-20 "JLG par JLG" screening"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jean-Luc Godard
SPONSOR: Courtesy of Gaumont
EXHIBITION: Film program: "Encore! Gaumont" (May 6- May 19, 1994)
DATA: 120-minute VHS
SUMMARY: Discussion with Jean-Luc Godard following the world premiere screening of his autobiographical film, "JLG by JLG" ; film screened as opening to the "Encore! Gaumont" film program at MoMA
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

May 6, 1994
96-21, 96-21D "Artist's Choice: Elizabeth Murray: Modern Women"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art and Elizabeth Murray, artist
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Elizabeth Murray (June 20-August 22, 1995) MoMA Exh.# 1720
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; duplicates are 2 DVDs
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 90-6, 91-1, 98-7, 98-14, 99-1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

1995
96-22 "Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; A.M. Rosenthal, Associate Editor and Columnist, The New York Times; Carolyn Lee, Assistant Managing Editor and former Chief Picture Editor, The New York Times; Carol Squiers, critic and Senior Editor, American Photography; Stuart Ewen, Professor and Chair of Media Studies, Hunter College
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times (June 27- October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 1 hour, 40 minutes
SUMMARY: Symposium addressing the role of photography in the news and its character as a document of history
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-69, 98-70, 98-72, 98-73, 98-88, 98-88D
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

June 27, 1996
96-23a "Louise Bourgeois: Dislocations"

PARTICIPANTS: Louise Bourgeois
EXHIBITION: Dislocations (October 20, 1991- January 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1598
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Features the installation of her work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23b
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

October 4, 1991
96-23b "Louise Bourgeois: Dislocations"

PARTICIPANTS: Louise Bourgeois
EXHIBITION: Dislocations (October 20, 1991- January 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1598
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Features the installation of her work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-11a, 96-11b, 96-11c, 96-11d, 96-11e, 96-12a, 96-12b, 96-12c, 96-13a, 96-13b, 96-13c, 96-15, 96-23a
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

October 4, 1991
96-24 "Bouillon de Culture: Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Bernard Pivot; Hélène Seckel, Curator of the exhibition Picasso and Portraiture in Paris; Paloma Picasso; Claude Picasso; Françoise Gilot; Werner Spies, Art historian; Gérard Régnier, Director of the musée Picasso (Paris, France)
SPONSOR: FNAC
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation (April 28- September, 17, 1996) MoMA Exh.# 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: French TV program about Picasso, his portraits and his models; on France 2 (French TV), in French
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

September 1996
96-25 "Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: Maya Picasso; Gérard Fromanger, painter; Pierre Daix, Picasso biographer; William S. Rubin, Director of the exhibition Picasso and Portaiture at MoMA, NY; Marc Petit, writer
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation (April 28- September, 17, 1996) MoMA Exh.# 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: French TV program about Picasso, his life and his portraits; on La Cinquième (French TV); in French; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acknowledged in credits
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1996

97-1, 97-1D "Building the Future: Some Observations on Art, Architecture, and The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is Hi8
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.2, 97.3, 97.4
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield; Duplicate donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1997

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for Event Pamphlet.

October 22, 1996
97-2, 97-2D "The Idea of a Modern Museum"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art; Henry Zerner, Professor of Fine Arts, Harvard University; Jorge Klor de Alva, Class of 1940 Professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies and Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Umatic 3/4" cassette.
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.3, 97.4
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1997

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for Event Pamphlet.

November 19, 1996
97-3, 97-3D "The Museum and Society"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Helen Searing, Alice Pratt Brown Professor of Art History, Smith College; Panel includes: Robert A. M. Stern, Fa.Ia. architect; Fred Wilson, artist; Janet Abrams, architecture and design critic
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is Hi8
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.3, 97.4
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield; Duplicate Donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1997

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for Event Pamphlet.

December 3, 1996
97-4, 97-4D "Rethinking The Modern"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: A lecture by Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; followed by a discussion with Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Dept. of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is Hi8
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.2, 97.3
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield; Duplicate Donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1998

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for Event Pamphlet.

December 12, 1996
97-5 "Camera 3"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, Rosamond Bernier
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview, Part 1; broadcast on CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.6, 97.7, 98-32
DONOR: Gift of Philip Johnson, Ritchie & Fiore Architects
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 29, 1997

NOTE: The series "Camera 3" (97.5, 97.6, 97.7) is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. The videos are housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

November 7, 1976
97-6 "Camera 3"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, Rosamond Bernier
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview, Part 2, broadcast on CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.5, 97.7, 98-32
DONOR: Gift of Philip Johnson, Ritchie & Fiore Architects
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 29, 1997

NOTE: The series "Camera 3" (97-5, 97-6, 97-7) is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. The videos are housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

November 14, 1976
97-7 "Camera 3"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, Rosamond Bernier
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview, Part 3, broadcast on CBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.5, 97.6, 98-32
DONOR: Gift of Philip Johnson, Ritchie & Fiore Architects
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 29, 1997

NOTE: The series "Camera 3" (97.5, 97.6, 97.7) is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. The videos are housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

November 21, 1976
97-8 "Philip Johnson"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: CBS Sunday Morning, WCBS TV (CBS), July 7, 1996, TRT: 9:10; Charlie Rose, WNET TV (PBS), July 8, 1996; TRT: 60 minutes; The Newshour, WNET TV (PBS), July 9, 1996, TRT: 12:30
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-5, 97-6, 97-7, 98-32

NOTE: This video is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. It is housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

July 7, 8, 9, 1996
97-9 "Family of Man at the Cleveland Museum of Art"

PLACE: Cleveland Museum of Art
DONOR: Catlin Stanton
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 23, 1997

NOTE: The Minneapolis Institute of Art still owns the copyright. This video can be used for research purposes only. Persons wishing to reproduce it or quote from it must contact the Institute directly.

n.d.
97-10 a) "University of Houston-College of Architecture, Building Dedication; b) UH-COA Graduation Ceremony; c) UH-COA Evening with Philip Johnson"

PLACE: University of Houston-College Of Architecture
PARTICIPANTS: a) Jetson Robertson, Jr., Mayor Pro-term; Philip Johnson, architect; Berdet Keyland, professor, College of Architecture; b) Berdet Keyland, professor, College of Architecture; Philip Johnson, architect c) Philip Johnson, architect
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: a) 14 minutes; b) 15 minutes; c) 52 minutes
DONOR: Gift of Frank Welch
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 16, 1996

NOTE: This video is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. It is housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

a) May 14, 1986; b) May 16, 1986; c) October 28, 1994
97-11 "Philip Johnson: Self-Portrait"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, architect; Rosamond Bernier, interviewer
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Philip Johnson discusses his life, his work, his art, his critics in this documentary filmed over a period of 10 years.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-32
DONOR: Stephen Chodorov
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 16, 1997
NOTE: This video is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. It is housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

NOTE: This video is part of the Philip Johnson Papers. It is housed with the Video collection for preservation purposes.

97-12 "Willem de Kooning Memorial-MoMA Sculpture Garden"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Leo Castelli, Gallery Owner; Chuck Close, artist; John McMahon; Rudy Burckhardt; David Sylvester
DATA: 1 Standard VHS: sound cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: Printed program; see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: The Dept. of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

September 24, 1997
97-13, 97-13D "Achille Castiglioni: Design!"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater I, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Achille Castiglioni, Designer
SPONSOR: The Furniture and Lighting Division of the Italian Trade Commission
EXHIBITION: Achille Castiglioni: Design (October 15, 1997-January 4, 1998) MoMA Exh. # 1787
DATA: One Hi-8 cassette, duplicate is VHS cassette
SUMMARY: Shot from stage camera, TRT: 1:32:10
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-14, 97-14D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1997

NOTE: Ralph Cortez, cameraman.

Thursday, October 16, 7:30
97-14, 97-14D "Achille Castiglioni: Design!"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater I, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Achille Castiglioni, Designer
SPONSOR: The Furniture and Lighting Division of the Italian Trade Commission
EXHIBITION: Achille Castiglioni: Design (October 15, 1997-January 4, 1998) MoMA Exh. # 1787
DATA: One Hi-8 cassette, two duplicate VHS cassettes
SUMMARY: Shot from house camera, TRT: 1:31:40
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-13, 97-13D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1997

NOTE: Steve Saher, cameraman.

Thursday, October 16, 7:30
97-15, 97-15D "Paleoart, or How the Dinosaurs Broke into MoMA"

PLACE: The Roy and Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: W. J. T. Mitchell, Gaylord Donelley Distinguished Service Professor of English and Art History, University of Chicago, and Editor of Critical Inquiry
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Hi8 Cassette.
SUMMARY: One of four lectures in the series Studies in Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-16, 97-16D, 98-98 See also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: Department of Education; Duplicate Donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 6, 1997

October 14, 1997
97-16, 97-16D "Framing Abstraction"

PLACE: The Roy and Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Stewart, Regan Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania
DATA: One Hi-8 cassette, duplicate is VHS cassette; TRT: 59 mins 24 secs
SUMMARY: One of four lectures in the series Studies in Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-15, 98-98 See also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 11, 1997

November 11, 1997
97-17, 97-17D "Designs for Independent Living"

EXHIBITION: Designs for Independent Living (April 16-June 7, 1988) MoMA Exh.# 1483
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-5, 88-12
DONOR: Dept. of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 11, 1997

April 12, 1988 and May 18, 1988
97-18, 97-18D "Starowieyski"

EXHIBITION: Posters by Starowieyski (April 11- June 4, 1985) MoMA Exh. # 1396
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
DONOR: Dept. of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 11, 1997

March 1, 1985
97-19 "Accent -- Interview with Phillip Johnson and Louis Kahn"

PARTICIPANTS: Phillip Johnson, Louis Kahn
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
DONOR: Dept. of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 11, 1997

NOTE: Original Tape obtained from Museum of T.V. and Radio. This copy was made from it in order to edit. May not to be viewed without permission is from CBS News. Film Dept. also has a copy.

May 14, 1961
97-20a Untitled

PLACE: Sala Arazza, Cini Foundation, Venice
SPONSOR: This discussion was organized under the auspices of the International Council
DATA: Two 3/4" Umatic videos
DONOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 8, 1997

NOTE: TAPES 98-1 - 98-6, DUPLICATES OF EXISTING MATERIAL, WERE REMOVED.

June 11, 1997
97-20b Untitled

PLACE: Sala Arazza, Cini Foundation, Venice
SPONSOR: This discussion was organized under the auspices of the International Council
DATA: Two 3/4" Umatic videos
DONOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 8, 1997

NOTE: TAPES 98-1 - 98-6, DUPLICATES OF EXISTING MATERIAL, WERE REMOVED.

June 11, 1997
98-7 "Artist's Choice: John Baldessari"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Baldessari, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
SPONSOR: The Charles A. Dana Foundation
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: John Baldessari (March 17- May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh. #1675
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Produced by MICA-TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 90-6, 91-1, 96-21, 98-14, 98-8, 99-1
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998

March 16, 1994
98-8 "Artist's Choice: John Baldessari"

PARTICIPANTS: John Baldessari, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Charles A. Dana Foundation
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: John Baldessari (March 17- May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh. #1675
DATA: 3/4" Umatic (One hour loop tape)
SUMMARY: Produced by MICA-TV (The Longbeach Museum of Art)
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 90-6, 91-1, 96-21, 98-14, 98-7, 99-1
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998

1994
98-9 "How to Get into The Modern: The Last Resort"

PARTICIPANTS: Jill Bedgood
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; video in performance counter: 0073-1460; video documentation of performance counter: 1470-2490 (TRT: approx. 18 minutes)
SUMMARY: "How to Get into The Modern: The Last Resort" Performance 1986
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998

1986
98-10, 98-10D "Jasper Johns"

PARTICIPANTS: Leo Castelli, gallery owner; Kay Larson, art critic; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Ed Ruscha, artist
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective (October 15, 1996-January 21, 1997) MoMA Exh. # 1754
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 26 mins; Duplicate is standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Interviews with Castelli, Larson, Varnedoe, Murray and Ruscha on City Arts Show # 304, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-78, 98-78D, 98-79, 98-79D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 30, 1996
98-11 "Jenny Holzer- Art Breaks (English Version)"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Caesar Video Graphics; Numerous video "spot breaks" including: "Abuse," "Action," "Expiring," "Habitual," "It's a Gift," and "Murder."
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998

April 12, 1990
98-12 "153 Sedie di Giancarlo Neri"

PLACE: Naples, Italy
PARTICIPANTS: Giancarlo Neri, artist
DATA: 1 Standard VHS (NTSC)
SUMMARY: Video presentation of an artist making sculpture/installation of lighted chairs mounted to a building. In Italian
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998

December 1990
98-13, 98-13D "Children's Television Workshop: Sesame Street Compilation Reel"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Sesame Street Compilation Reel: 1)Jackson Pollock; 2) Moonbird; 3) Picasso Baboon; 4) Sleeping Gypsy; 5) Rectangle is Rectangle
DONOR: Dept. of Painting and Sculpture; Duplicate donated by the Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1998; Duplicate provided in 2001

April 1997
98-14, 98-14D "Excerpts from documentary tapes of five programs"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 2 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: MoMA Gallery Talk: "Picasso & Cubism"; MoMA Gallery Talk (w/ Sign language interpretation) "The work of Atget: The Art of Old Paris"; MoMA second meeting of four session course: "Art Since 1945"; MoMA Lecture in conjunction with Louise Bourgeois: Lucy Lippard "Form as Memory"; MoMA Independent School Program "A Seventh Grade visit"
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-15

NOTE: Video quality inconsistent.

Fall 1982
98-15 "Walden School's 7th grade class at MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: approximately 10 minutes
SUMMARY: MoMA Education Dept. Independent School Program: Grades 7-8 re: Rietveld and Van Gogh
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-14, 98-14D

NOTE: Walden School has a copy of this tape. Copyright 1983, The Museum of Modern Art. This tape or portions thereof shall not be reproduced without written permission of the Museum.

December 2, 1982
98-16 "Deaf Tour Spot, Channel 9 News"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 2 mins 41 secs
SUMMARY: WOR-TV Productions re: MoMA's programs for hearing impaired/Interpreter on request

98-17 "Lee Krasner: The Long View"

PARTICIPANTS: Lee Krasner, artist
SPONSOR: American Federation of Arts
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 30 mins
SUMMARY: Fred Ridel/Film Dept. Documentary with Barbara Rose on Lee Krasner re: The first generation abstract expressionist artists; relationship with Hans Hoffman and Jackson Pollock

December 12, 1984
98-18 "Rough Cut of Take Ten"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Philip Yenawine, Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic
SUMMARY: Devlin Productions Inc.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-19

98-19 "Take Ten"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Philip Yenawine, Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 3/4" Umatic U-Matic
SUMMARY: edited version re: MoMA's history/beginnings; re-opening after expansion; Video Dept.; A & D Dept.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-18

August 31, 1984
98-20, 98-20D "Making Aalto's Furniture"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic; Duplicate is Umatic 3/4"
SUMMARY: Documentary of Aalto's techniques and style; takes place on site at Aalto's factory in Finland; repeater

September 26, 1984
98-21a "Sol LeWitt"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic U-Matic
SUMMARY: Installation of LeWitt piece
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-21 b, 98-21 c, 98-21 d

n.d.
98-21b "Sol LeWitt"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic U-Matic
SUMMARY: Installation of LeWitt piece
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-21a, 98-21c, 98-21d

n.d.
98-21c "Sol LeWitt"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic U-Matic
SUMMARY: Installation of LeWitt piece
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-21a, 98-21b, 98-21d

n.d.
98-21d "Sol LeWitt"

DATA: 3/4" Umatic U-Matic
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-21a, 98-21b, 98-21c

n.d.
98-22 "Continental Airlines Profiles West"

EXHIBITION: Dream Merchants ( March 7-June 1, 1991) MoMA Exh. # 1575
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 30 mins
SUMMARY: News brief on MoMA and Dream Merchants
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June, 1991
98-23 "Agnes Gund"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Agnes Gund on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-2, 98-28, 98-28D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

May 5, 1992
98-24a "The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: New York City
DATA: 2 BETACAM videotapes, TRT: 30 mins
SUMMARY: Tour of permanent collection in MoMA
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

July 22, 1992
98-24b "The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: New York City
DATA: 2 BETACAM videotapes, TRT: 30 mins
SUMMARY: Tour of permanent collection in MoMA
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

July 22, 1992
98-25 "Matisse"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992 - January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 2 mins 30secs
SUMMARY: MetroVision Advertisement
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-26, 98-27, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September 2, 1992
98-26 "Matisse, Compilation of news clips"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992 - January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 5 mins
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-26, 98-27, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September 24, 1992
98-27a "Kirk Varnedoe"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 2 BETACAM videotapes, TRT: 33 mins 48 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with Kirk Varnedoe. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 20, 1992
98-27b "Kirk Varnedoe"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Director, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 2 BETACAM videotapes, TRT: 33 mins 48 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with Kirk Varnedoe. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 20, 1992
98-28, 98-28D "Agnes Gund"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Agnes Gund. In English
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-2, 98-23
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 23, 1992
98-29 "Castelli"

PARTICIPANTS: Leo Castelli, art dealer, owner of Castelli Gallery
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Castelli. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 27, 1992
98-30 "James Astonia and David Rockefeller "

PARTICIPANTS: James Astonia; David Rockefeller, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interviews with Astonia and Rockefeller. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 30, 1992
98-31 "Kynaston McShine"

PARTICIPANTS: Kynaston McShine, Senior Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with McShine. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 30, 1992
98-32 "Philip Johnson"

PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, architect
DATA: BETA, TRT: 20 mins
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Johnson. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 2, 1992
98-33 "Robert Storr"

PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Storr. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 3, 1992
98-34, 98-34D "William S. Rubin"

PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Rubin. In English
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-4, 92-4D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 6, 1992
98-35 "Richard E. Oldenburg"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Interview with Oldenburg. In English
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-85
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 6, 1992
98-36, 98-36D "Family Tour"

DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. A tour of the Museum for families. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 7, 1992
98-37, 98-37D "Art School"

DATA: BETA Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Japanese Series. Art at School. In English
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 9, 1992
98-38 "Jacob Lawrence and the making of the Migration Series"

PARTICIPANTS: Dr. Richard Powell, Associate Professor, History of Art, Duke University; Dr. Spencer R. Crew, Social/Cultural Historian Smithsonian Institution
SPONSOR: Produced and copyrighted by the Phillips Collection in cooperation with Stanisky Media
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migrations Series (January 11 - April 11, 1995), The Museum of Modern Art Exh. # 1701
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 18 mins 26 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with Powell and Crew on the making of the Migration Series.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-43, 98-45, 98-45D, 98-46
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

1993
98-39 "Tokyo Masterworks TV spot"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News briefs on Japanese television re: masterworks from The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-40, 98-40D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 1993
98-40, 98-40D "Opening Ceremonies Promo Spot with Kabuki Actor"

PLACE: Tokyo, Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Masterworks from The Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (February 6-May 5, 1993) ICE-F-245-92
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Reading on the occasion of the opening by Rockefeller
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-39
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

February 5, 1993
98-41 "Brad Gooch"

PARTICIPANTS: Brad Gooch, author of the first biography of Frank O'Hara, City Poet, the Life and Times of Frank O'Hara.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Googh on The Charlie Rose Show #3149
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

July 29, 1993
98-42 "Rem Koolhaas"

PARTICIPANTS: Rem Koolhaas, architect; Martin Pawley, Editor, World Architecture; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Zaha Hadid, architect and Aldo van Eyck, architect.
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/ O.Ma. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture (November 3, 1994 - February 21, 1995), MoMA Exh. #1698
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 39 mins
SUMMARY: The position of Koolhaas among other architects and his 'Delerious NY' manifest. Interviews with Pawley, Riley, Hadid and van Eyck, on BBC Television, U.K.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 3, 1994
98-43 "Jacob Lawrence"

PARTICIPANTS: Jillian Hamilton, reporter, Breakfast Time
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migrations Series (January 11 - April 11, 1995), MoMA Exh. # 1701
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 6mins 59secs
SUMMARY: News brief on Breakfast Time, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-38, 98-45, 98-45D, 98-46
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 13, 1995
98-44 "Semblances"

PARTICIPANTS: Nuria Ribo, correspondent
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 1min 27secs
SUMMARY: Televised on TVE
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 19, 1995
98-45, 98-45D "Jacob Lawrence"

PARTICIPANTS: Jacob Lawrence, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migrations Series (January 11 - April 11, 1995), MoMA Exh. # 1701
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 2 secs
SUMMARY: News report on Eyewitness News Daybreak, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-38, 98-43, 98-46
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 20, 1995
98-46 "Jacob Lawrence"

PARTICIPANTS: Jacob Lawrence, artist and Charlene Hundergold, reporter
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migrations Series (January 11 - April 11, 1995), MoMA Exh. # 1701
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 13 mins 49 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-38, 98-43, 98-45, 98-45D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

February 1, 1995
98-47 "Mutant Materials Expo"

PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design (May 24-August 27, 1995) MoMA Exh. # 1713 May 24 - August 27, 1995
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 4 mins 5 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on the exhibition with Antonelli on Fashion TV, VH -1
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-48, 98-49, 98-49D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

August 5, 1995
98-48 "Mutant Materials "

PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design (May 24-August 27, 1995) MoMA Exh. # 1713
May 24 - August 27, 1995
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 22 mins 30 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition on City Arts, PSB
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-47, 98-49, 98-49D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

May 29, 1995
98-49, 98-49D "Mutant Materials"

EXHIBITION: Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design (May 24-August 27, 1995) MoMA Exh. # 1713 May 24 - August 27, 1995
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 1 mins 15 secs
SUMMARY: Newsbrief on exhibition on WABC TV, Eyewitness News
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-47, 98-48
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

July 6, 1995
98-50, 98-50D "Mondrian"

PARTICIPANTS: Robert Farris Thompson, Yale University; Michael Kimmelman, writer, The New York Times; John Elderfield, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA Exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 8 mins
SUMMARY: Interview with Thompson and Kimmelman on the exhibition on City Arts, PSB
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 26, 1995
98-51 "MoMA: Architecture and Light"

PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design; Bernard Tschumi, Dean of Architecture School of Columbia University
EXHIBITION: Light Construction (September 20, 1995-January 2, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1726
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 4 mins 23 secs
SUMMARY: Interviews with Riley and Tschumi on Fashion TV, VH-1
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 8, 1995
98-52, 98-52D "Mondrian Art"

PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Wynton Marsalis, musician
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA Exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interviews with John Elderfield and Wynton Marsalis on TheToday Show, weekend edition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

December 9, 1995
98-53 "Destination New York"

EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA Exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Short newsbrief on Mondrian's exhibition for Tower Air
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

December 6, 1995
98-54, 98-54D "MoMA: Kids and Art" and "Mondrian Art"

EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 42 secs; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Entertainment for kids on Hourly News, NY1 and Today, NBC. Duplicate contains segment on "Kids and Art" only.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications; Duplicate arrived from the Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

December 7, 1995 and December 9, 1995
98-55, 98-55D "Mondrian"

PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA Exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 16 mins 22 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with John Elderfield on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 4, 1996
98-56, 98-56D "Agnes Gund"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944 (September 27, 1995 - January 23, 1996), MoMA exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 25 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with Agnes Gund on Hourly News, NY 1
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-90, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 16, 1996
98-57, 98-57D "Roy DeCarava"

PARTICIPANTS: Bill Beutel, reporter
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava (January 23 - May 7, 1996) MoMA exh. # 1736
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 2 mins 30 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on Eyewitness News, WABC TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-58, 98-58D, 98-59
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

March 6, 1996
98-58, 98-58D "Roy DeCarava"

EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava (January 23 - May 7, 1996) MoMA exh. # 1736
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News brief on World News Tonight, Person of the Week, ABC
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-57, 98-57D, 98-59
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

February 9, 1996
98-59 "Roy de Carava"

PARTICIPANTS: Roy De Carava, artist
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava (January 23 - May 7, 1996) MoMA exh. # 1736
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with De Carava on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-57, 98-57D, 98-58, 98-58D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

March 21, 1996
98-60 "Cultural for Applevision"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Highlights of museums in New York, including excerpts re: The Museum of Modern Art
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

Spring 1996
98-61 "Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 12 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition on CNN
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

April 1996
98-62 "Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 30 mins
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition on USA
MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

April 1996
98-63 "Jaguar Display"

EXHIBITION: Refining the Sportscar: Jaguar's E-Type (April 3-August 20, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1742
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 30 secs
SUMMARY: News brief re: Jaguar, donated by a private owner, to become part of the permanent collection of MoMA and the exhibition on Headline News
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-86, 98-86D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

April 3, 1996
98-64 "Brancusi"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art and Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Dept. of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Brancusi: A Special Installation, Selected Masterworks from the Musee de l'Art Moderne, Paris and from The Museum of Modern Art (January 18 - May 5, 1996) MoMA Exh. #1734
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 18 mins
SUMMARY: Varnedoe and Rowell on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

April 17, 1996
98-65 "Picasso"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: On French Television, TF 1
MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-61, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

May 3, 1996
98-66 "Kunst en Co"

PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Re: American and German modern art; German and English versions
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

May 11, 1996
98-67 "Aspekte: Picasso"

EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 38 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition on German TV, ZDF. In German
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

May 15, 1996
98-68 Untitled

PARTICIPANTS: Cynthia Tornquist, reporter; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Pamela Weppner, Assn. For a Better New York
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: How tourists become more and more interested in art on Showbiz Today, CNN
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June 7, 1996
98-69 "Pictures of the Times"

PARTICIPANTS: Christine Nelson; Susan Dreyfuss, Director of New York Times History Productions; Charles Purse, Director of J.P. Morgan Library
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from the New York Times (June 27-October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Nelson, Dreyfuss and Purse regarding the exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-22, 98-70, 98-72, 98-73, 98-88, 98-88D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June 7, 1996
98-70 "Pictures of the Times"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Kathy Ryan, Photo Editor, The New York Times Magazine; Gilles Peress, photographer and Jim Nachtwey, photographer
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times (June 27-October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Galassi, Ryan, Peress and Nachtwey on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-22, 98-69, 98-72, 98-73, 98-88, 98-88D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June 7, 1996
98-71 "MoMA Jazz"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 4 mins 30 secs
SUMMARY: On Travel Guide, CNN
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June 22, 1996
98-72 "Ochs Centennial"

PARTICIPANTS: Terence Smith, author; Anna Quindich, author
SPONSOR: The New York Times
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times (June 27-October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 29 mins 7 secs
SUMMARY: Re: the foundation and making of The New York Times
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-22, 98-69, 98-70, 98-73, 98-88, 98-88D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

August 1, 1996
98-73 "Anniversary Story"

SPONSOR: The New York Times
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times (June 27-October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 2 mins 40 secs
SUMMARY: In German
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-22, 98-69, 98-70, 98-72, 98-88, 98-88D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

August 18, 1996
98-74 "Picasso at MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: Prof. Robert Lubar, New York University; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 32 mins 24 secs
SUMMARY: On Spanish TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September, 1996
98-75, 98-75D "Picasso at MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; John Richardson, biographer; Ariana Huffington, biographer; Paloma Picasso, Picasso's granddaughter
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Brief interviews with Rubin, Richardson, Huffington and Paloma Picasso on The Today Show, NBC
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-76, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September 2, 1996
98-76 "Picasso at MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24 - September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 32 mins 24 secs
SUMMARY: On The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-89, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September 9, 1996
98-77 "Interview with Glenn D. Lowry"

PARTICIPANTS: Andrea Stretton, interviewer; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview on the William S. Paley collection on Stretton on Saturday
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-1, 92-3
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

September 14, 1996
98-78, 98-78D "Jasper Johns"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective (October 15, 1996-January 21, 1997) MoMA Exh. # 1754
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Varnedoe and Lowry on VNR
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-10, 98-79, 98-79D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 20, 1996
98-79, 98-79D "Jasper Johns"

PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective (October 15, 1996-January 21, 1997) MoMA Exh. # 1754
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Varnedoe on CNN Overnight
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-10, 98-78, 98-78D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

October 23, 1996
98-80, 98-80D "Highlights of MoMA TV Coverage, '95-'96"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 1 min 30 secs
SUMMARY: News briefs on ZDF, TF1, CBS, VH1, PBS, NBC, Newshour and Person of the Week
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

November 12, 1996
98-81, 98-81D "David Rockefeller-MoMA Tax-Free Debt"

PARTICIPANTS: Cynthia Tornquist, reporter; David Rockefeller, philanthropist; James Gara, Chief Operating Officer, The Museum of Modern Art; Francie Ostrower, author of the book, Why the Wealthy Give
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Rockefeller on The Money Wheel, with comments from James Gara regarding MoMA's A1 rating.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 2, 1997
98-82a "Manuel Alvarez Bravo"

PARTICIPANTS: Susan Kismaric, Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Manual Alvarez Bravo, artist
EXHIBITION: Manual Alvarez Bravo (February 19-May 18, 1997) MoMA Exh. # 1765
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 2 mins 15 secs/BETA
SUMMARY: News segment, featuring Susan Kismaric and Alvarez Bravo on ECO TV
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-83
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

February, 1997
98-83 "Manuel Alvarez Bravo"

PARTICIPANTS: Susan Kismaric, Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Manual Alvarez Bravo (February 19-May 18, 1997) MoMA Exh. # 1765
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 2 mins 30 secs
SUMMARY: Headline News, CNN, featuring Susan Kismaric
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-82a/b
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

March 1, 1997
98-84; 98-49D "Collectors"

PARTICIPANTS: Elaine Dannheisser, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; Werner Kramarsky, trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection [MoMA Exh. #1784, September 29(30), 1997-January 20, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Excerpt with Dannheisser, Kramarksy and Storr speaking about collecting modern art on City Arts, PBS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998; Duplicate was received in 2001

October 9, 1997
98-85 "Richard E. Oldenburg Interview"

PARTICIPANTS: Martin Segal, N.Y. Celebrates the Arts; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art;, Michael Kimmelman, art critic, The New York Times
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: NY1, New York Times Closeup
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-35
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

98-86, 98-86D "Jaguar E-Type"

EXHIBITION: Refining the Sportscar: Jaguar's E-Type (April 3-August 20, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1742
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-63
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

1996
98-87 "U.N. in Action"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Associate Curator, Dept. of Design and Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: The United Nations in Perspective (June 13-September 26, 1995) MoMA Exh. # 1717
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 50 secs
SUMMARY: Interview with Peter Reed. Exhibition pays tribute to U.N. Headquarters
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

1995
98-88, 98-88D "Adolph Ochs: The Man who Changed the Times"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from the New York Times (June 27-October 8, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1749
DATA: BETA, TRT: 14 mins 17 secs
SUMMARY: Centennial Video on Adolph S. Ochs and The New York Times. Interview with Galassi
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-22, 98-69, 98-70, 98-72, 98-73
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

June 17, 1996
98-89 "Picasso"

PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24-September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Discussion of the exhibition which includes portraits of Jacqueline, Dora Maar, Francoise Gilot, Marie-Therese, Sara Murphy and Olga Khokhlora
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-91
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-90 "MoMA Ads"

EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 (September 27, 1995-January 23, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1727; Joan Miro (October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994) MoMA Exh. # 1666; Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Ads for exhibitions
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-92, 98-92D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-91 "Picasso Package"

PARTICIPANTS: Patricia Janiot, reporter, CNN; Robert Lubar, NYU; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Associate Curator, Dept. of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture (April 24-September 17, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1743
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: In Spanish. On Noticiero Internacional, CNN
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65, 98-67, 98-74, 98-75, 98-75D, 98-76, 98-89
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

1996
98-92, 98-92D "Mondrian: Rhythm In The Abstraction"

EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 (September 27, 1995-January 23, 1996) MoMA Exh. # 1727
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Ads for exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-50, 98-50D, 98-52, 98-52D, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 98-55D, 98-56, 98-56D, 98-90
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

December 1995
98-93 "Matisse: Press Clips"

PARTICIPANTS: Michael Kimmelman, art critic, The New York Times; John Elderfield, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992- January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Kimmelman and news briefs on the exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-26, 98-27, 98-94, 98-94D
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-94, 98-94D "Matisse News Clips"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992- January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh. # 1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News briefs on exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-26, 98-27, 98-93
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-95, 98-95D "Paul Goldberger"

PARTICIPANTS: Paul Goldberger, cultural editor, The New York Times
DATA: BETA
SUMMARY: Interview with Goldberger on The Charlie Rose Show, PBS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-96 "MoMA"

PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Cuarator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video guide of part of the permanent collection. In Japanese
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

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98-97 "American Politicans"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Curator, Dept. of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: American Politicans (October 5, 1994-January 3, 1995) MoMA Exh. # 1695
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 3 mins 10 secs
SUMMARY: News brief on exhibition with Galassi on Prime News, CNN
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 23, 1998

January 2, 1995
98-98, 98-98D "Whose Modernity Is It Anyway?"

PLACE: Titus Theater, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
PARTICIPANTS: Homi Bhabha, Chester D. Tripp Professor in the Humanities, Department of English, Art History, And South Asia, University of Chicago
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, 1hour 21 mins 5 secs; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: One of four lectures in the series Studies in Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-15, 97-16, 97-16D See also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events index for Studies in Modern Art
DONOR: Department of Education

November 21, 1997
99-1 "Artist's Choice: A Compilation of Video Recordings from The Museum of Modern Art Archives"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, New York
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator and Chief Curator, The Museum of Modern Art; Scott Burton, artist; Ellsworth Kelly, artist; Chuck Close, artist; John Baldessari, artist, Elizabeth Murray, artist
EXHIBITION: 70/10: Documenting the Modern (March 10-July 18, 1999) in the John Edward Noble Education Center
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: approx. 1:11
SUMMARY: Compilation of five video recordings from The Museum of Modern Art Archives collection Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events. Each artist was invited to curate an exhibition of works from the collection; Kirk Varnedoe interviews the artists. Compilation produced to support the exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-4, 90-6, 91-1, 96-21, 98-7, 98-8
DONOR: Museum Archives
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March, 1999

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99-2 "III Performances: The Interrogation"

(#1 of 3)
PLACE: The Founders Room, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Federica Marangoni, performance artist
SPONSOR: The Junior Council
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 60 mins
SUMMARY: From the Performance Evenings series first sponsored by the Junior Council in 1978, this is an evening devoted to acknowledging the significance of performance as an important contemporary art form. It is the second of the performance evenings organized by David Lee with the assistance of Cee Brown from The Museum of Modern Art's Education Department.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-3, 99-4
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

NOTE: Recorded in black and white and inaudible.

February 22, 1980
99-3 "III Performances: Tell Me"

(#2 of 3)
PLACE: The Founders Room, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Guy de Cointet, performance artist
SPONSOR: The Junior Council
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 60 mins
SUMMARY: From the Performance Evenings series first sponsored by the Junior Council in 1978, this is an evening devoted to acknowledging the significance of performance as an important contemporary art form. It is the second of the performance evenings organized by David Lee with the assistance of Cee Brown from The Museum of Modern Art's Education Department.
[Note: Recorded in black and white and inaudible]
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-2, 99-4
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

February 22, 1980
99-4 "III Performances I: In Other Words"

(#3 of 3)
PLACE: The Founders Room, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Massimo Mostacchi, performance artist
SPONSOR: The Junior Council
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 60 mins
SUMMARY: From the Performance Evenings series first sponsored by the Junior Council in 1978, this is an evening devoted to acknowledging the significance of performance as an important contemporary art form. It is the second of the performance evenings organized by David Lee with the assistance of Cee Brown from The Museum of Modern Art's Education Department.
[Note: Recorded in black and white and inaudible]
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-2, 99-3
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

February 22, 1980
99-5 "Poetry Ten"

(#1 of 3)
PLACE: The Penthouse Restaurant, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator/Introduction: Lita Hornick, president, Kulcher Foundation; Diane di Prima, poet; Michael McClure, poet
SPONSOR: The Kulcher Foundation
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 28 min
SUMMARY: An interview with the poets preceeds the readings in this evening from the annual poetry series first organized by the Junior Council in 1973. For the tenth consecutive year the readings, three in the month of April, were held in the Penthouse and Garden Restaurants. The event series was popular and ultimately led to the Museum's involvement with the Polyphonix International Poetry Festival in 1984 ebefore the series ended in 1986.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-6, 99-7, 99-8 ;see MoMA FAQS for Poetry series chronology; see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

March, 1982
99-6 "Poetry Nine"

PLACE: The Penthouse Restaurant, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Interviewer/ Moderator: Lita Hornick, president, Kulcher Foundation; Allen Ginsberg, poet; John Giorno, poet; William Burroughs, poet
SPONSOR: The Kulcher Foundation
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 29 mins
SUMMARY: An interview with the poets preceeds the readings in this evening from the annual poetry series first organized by the Junior Council in 1973. For the ninth consecutive year the readings, three in the month of April, were held in the Penthouse and Garden Restaurants. The event series was popular and ultimately led to the Museum's involvement with the Polyphonix International Poetry Festival in 1984 before the series ended in 1986.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-5, 99-7, 99-8 ;see MoMA FAQS for Poetry series chronology; see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

April 20, 1981
99-7 "Poetry Ten"

(#2 of 3)
PLACE: The Penthouse Restaurant, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ed Dorn, poet; Robert Duncan, poet
SPONSOR: The Kulcher Foundation
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 28 mins
SUMMARY: An evening from the annual poetry series first organized by the Junior Council in 1973. For the tenth consecutive year the readings, three in the month of April, were held in the Penthouse and Garden Restaurants. The event series was popular and ultimately led to the Museum's involvement with the Polyphonix International Poetry Festival in 1984 before the series ended in 1986.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-5, 99-6, 99-8; see MoMA FAQS for Poetry series chronology; see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

April, 1982
99-8 "Poetry Ten"

(#3 of 3)
PLACE: The Penthouse Restaurant, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator/Introduction: Morton Hornick; Anne Waldman, poet; Taylor Mead, poet
SPONSOR: The Kulcher Foundation
DATA: 3/4" Umatic, TRT: 28 mins
SUMMARY: An evening from the annual poetry series first organized by the Junior Council in 1973. For the tenth consecutive year the readings, three in the month of April, were held in the Penthouse and Garden Restaurants. The event series was popular and ultimately led to the Museum's involvement with the Polyphonix International Poetry Festival in 1984 before the series ended in 1986.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-5, 99-6, 99-7; see MoMA FAQS for Poetry series chronology; see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum - Related Events collection 7/1999

April, 1982
99-9 "Eleven-Ten-Seventy-Two: An Evening for Students at The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Founders Room, the Garden Restaurant, and the galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Walter Jones, playwright; The Cornbread Players, ensemble acting group; Leon Thomas, jazz musician; Benny Kalanzi, composer, instrumentalist; Beaver Harris, musician; and others
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council; with a grant from the Mobil Foundation, Inc.
EXHIBITION: African Textiles & Decorative Arts (October 11, 1972-January 31, 1973) MoMA Exh.# 1012c.
DATA: 16mm film reel
SUMMARY: An evening which brought over 1,000 high school and college students to the Museum to view the permanent collections and special exhibitions. The event coincided with African Textiles & Decorative Arts and was planned to emphasize interesting work being done by black performers, musicians, and filmmakers. Highlights of this evening included a performance of "Jazznight," a play by Walter Jones acted by The Cornbread Players, music performed in the Founders Room by Leon Thomas, a noted jazz musician, and Benny Kalanzi, a Ugandan composer who demonstrated the use of African instruments. Beaver Harris and his combo performed in the Garden Restaurant. The Young Filmmakers Foundation selected a group of short films by black filmmakers. The evening was the subject of a short documentary film made by Adam Bartos, Michel Negroponte, and Joe Gilford.
DONOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Received through Records Management 3/1994; added to Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection 7/1999

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 10, 1972
99-10 "Monroe Wheeler and MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Monroe Wheeler
PLACE: Hunterdon County, NJ
PARTICIPANTS: Monroe Wheeler; interviewed by George Korn
DATA: 3/4"; TRT: 28 minutes; 50 seconds
SUMMARY: Monroe Wheeler, former Director of Publications at MoMA reminisces about his experiences during the last fifty years in the international world of art and his contribution to the development of The Museum of Modern Art. Produced by Franz Geigerhaas, Psychology Dept, Trenton State College Television and George Korn.
DONOR: Director's Office

May 10, 1986
99-11a, 99-11aD "Situation Critical? African-American Writers on African-American Artists"

PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; David E. Driskell, Professor Emeritus, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland at College Park; Richard Powell, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Art and Art history, Duke University; Calvin Reid, freelance art critic, Art in America and contributing editor, Bomb magazine; Judith Wilson, Assistant Professor of African-American Studies and Art History, University of California, Irvine.
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
DATA: 1 Betacam; Duplicate is 3/4" Umatic; VHS TRT: 2 hours 49 seconds
SUMMARY: A panel discussion with art critics and art historians
RELATED MATERIAL: See also, Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 99.15a and 99.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 1999

March 16, 1999
99-11b, 99-11bD "Situation Critical? African-American Writers on African-American Artists"

PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; David E. Driskell, Professor Emeritus, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland at College Park; Richard Powell, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Art and Art history, Duke University; Calvin Reid, freelance art critic, Art in America and contributing editor, Bomb magazine; Judith Wilson, Assistant Professor of African-American Studies and Art History, University of California, Irvine.
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
DATA: 1 Betacam; Duplicate is 3/4" Umatic; 99-11aD and 99-11bD: VHS TRT: 2 hours 49 seconds
SUMMARY: A panel discussion with art critics and art historians
RELATED MATERIAL: See also, Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 99.15a and 99.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 1999

March 16, 1999
99-12, 99-12D "Betye Saar and Alison Saar: A Dialogue"

(2 duplicate copies)
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Betye Saar, artist; Alison Saar, artist
DATA: 99-12 and 99-12D (copy 1): VHS; 99-12D (copy 2): BETACAMSP TRT: 1 hour 20 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: See also, Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 99.28
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 1999

November 1, 1999
2000-1 "Myth Powder No.1"

PERSONALITY: Wang Gonxin
PLACE: Beijing, China
EXHIBITION: Stir-Fry: A Video Curator's Dispatches from China (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: Hi-8
SUMMARY: Footage of Chi-Gong cult. Stir Fry covers Barbara London 1997 trip to China and chronicles meetings with artists "unsanctioned" by the government.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-2, 2000-3, 2000-4, 2000-5
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 1997
2000-2 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Wu Wenguong
PLACE: Beijing, China
EXHIBITION: Stir-Fry: A Video Curator's Dispatches from China (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: Hi-8
SUMMARY: Central Academy computer show by Wu Wenguong. Stir Fry covers Barbara London 1997 trip to China and chronicles meetings with artists "unsanctioned" by the government.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-1, 2000-3, 2000-4, 2000-5
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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September 9, 1997
2000-3 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Andrea Cavazutti
PLACE: China
EXHIBITION: Stir-Fry: A Video Curator's Dispatches from China (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: Hi-8
SUMMARY: Cavazutti, an Italian photographer living in China, takes footage of Beijing. Stir Fry covers Barbara London 1997 trip to China and chronicles meetings with artists "unsanctioned" by the government.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-1, 2000-2, 2000-4, 2000-5
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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1997
2000-4 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Feng Mengbo
PLACE: China
EXHIBITION: Stir-Fry: A Video Curator's Dispatches from China (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: Hi-8
SUMMARY: Work by Mengbo, a Beijing artist: Taking Tiger Mount by Strategy (interactive work); Too Classic (installation); Air Dry (installation). Stir Fry covers Barbara London 1997 trip to China and chronicles meetings with artists "unsanctioned" by the government.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-1, 2000-2, 2000-3, 2000-5
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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1994
2000-5 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Henry 3
PLACE: Shanghai, China
EXHIBITION: Stir-Fry: A Video Curator's Dispatches from China (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: Hi-8
SUMMARY: Henry 3 from window of Garden Hotal Shanghai corner. Stir Fry covers Barbara London 1997 trip to China and chronicles meetings with artists "unsanctioned" by the government.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-1, 2000-2, 2000-3, 2000-4
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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September 15, 1997
2000-6 Untitled

PLACE: Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Christa Sommerer, Director of the Art and Technology Project, ATR Research Laboratories, Science City; Masamichi Tosa; Nobumichi Tosa, brothers and founders of Maywa Denki, a musical group whose innovations include "design sound."
EXHIBITION: Dot.jp Project: A Curator's Japan Diary (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: digital video cassette (DVC), TRT: 23 minutes 20 seconds
SUMMARY: Interviews with Sommerer and Maywa Denki. Dot.jp covers Barbara London's 1999 trip to Japan and chronicles with daily dispatches to the MoMA Website meetings with innovative media artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-7, 2000-8, see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 2000.8, 2000.9, 2000.10, 2000.11, 2000.12
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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1999
2000-7 Untitled

PLACE: Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Reiko Sudo, fabric designer and Director Nuno Corp.; Motoshi Chikimori, artist; Cell Phone Girls 1
EXHIBITION: Dot.jp Project: A Curator's Japan Diary (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: digital video cassette (DVC), TRT: 23 minutes 20 seconds
SUMMARY: Interviews with Sudo and Chikimori. Cell Phone Girls 1 in Shibuya, Tokyo. Dot.jp covers Barbara London's 1999 trip to Japan and chronicles with daily dispatches to the MoMA Website meetings with innovative media artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-6, 2000-8, see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 2000.8, 2000.9, 2000.10, 2000.11, 2000.12
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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1999
2000-8 Untitled

PLACE: Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Cell Phone Girls; Candy Factory; Fukuoka
EXHIBITION: Dot.jp Project: A Curator's Japan Diary (MoMA Web subsite)
DATA: digital video cassette (DVC), TRT: Cell Phone Girls: 10 minutes 30 seconds; Candy Factory: 6 minutes, 30 seconds
SUMMARY: Footage of Cell Phone Girls 1 at Mito City Train Station; Candy Factory, Yokohama; Fukuoka, a museum clip in elevator of Asian Art Museum. Dot.jp covers Barbara London's 1999 trip to Japan and chronicles with daily dispatches to the MoMA Website meetings with innovative media artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2000-6, 2000-7, see also Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, 2000.8, 2000.9, 2000.10, 2000.11, 2000.12
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 2000

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1999
2000-9 Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art

DATA: Hi-8, TRT: approximately 11 minutes, 30 seconds
SUMMARY: Documentation of exhibition.
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2000

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1995
2000-10a, 2000-10aD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

NOTE: This material is not to be reproduced. For more information on this material, please check with the General Counsel of The Museum of Modern Art.

1992-93
2000-10b, 2000-10bD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10c, 2000-10cD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10d, 2000-10dD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10e, 2000-10eD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10f, 2000-10fD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10g, 2000-10gD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10h, 2000-10hD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10i, 2000-10iD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10j, 2000-10jD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10k, 2000-10kD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10l, 2000-10lD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10m, 2000-10mD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10n, 2000-10nD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10o, 2000-10oD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10p, 2000-10pD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10q, 2000-10qD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-10r, 2000-10rD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2000-11a, 2000-11aD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Matisse, Picasso and Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (January 23, 1993-January 31, 1993) MoMA Exh.1640
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1993
2000-11b, 2000-11bD Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Matisse, Picasso and Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (January 23, 1993-January 31, 1993) MoMA Exh.1640
DATA: Master is BETA; Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the installation of the exhibition, including remarks by John Elderfield, curator. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1993
2000-12 "An Essay on Matisse"

EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective (September 24, 1992-January 19, 1993) MoMA Exh.1633
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: PBS premiere, Wednesday November 6, 1996. Includes video material from the 1992-1993 installation at MoMA. Filming was done under the direction of Perry Wolff.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 2000

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1992-93
2002-1 "Party in the Garden, Honoring Agnes Gund"

PLACE: Altman Building
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Special Events and Programming
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 25, 2002

May 29, 2002
2002-2 "World Shopping Theatre!"

PLACE: MoMA Museum, The Museum of Modern Art Design Store
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Fuji Television Japanese language tourist video of MoMA Museum and MoMA Design store focusing on Japanese-made products
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

February 1993
2002-3 "Product Viewpoint"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: 60 minutes.
SUMMARY: Third Edition Multi-Image Network home-shopping channel programming. Starry Night and Persistence of Memory featured briefly as designs on wrist-watches.
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

October 3-17, 1994
2002-4 "FNN Telshop's Magazine Subscription"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Infomercial with MoMA design products (kitchenware) briefly shown in Taxi Magazine
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

January 26, 1989
2002-5 "New York Off Time"

PLACE: New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Narrator: Kenchi Nagira
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: 10 minutes
SUMMARY: Japanese language tourist video featuring the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

n.d.
2002-6 "New York Hilton"

PLACE: New York City
SERIES: "Welcome USA"
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: 30 minutes
SUMMARY: Commercial for the New York Hilton showing proximity to MoMA, followed by New York Information channel commercials featuring industries of New York
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

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2002-7 "Today Show"

SPONSOR: NBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

December 13, 1988
2002-8 "MoMA Museum Store"

SERIES: "Welcome USA"
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: 20 seconds
SUMMARY: Façade of Museum Store shown briefly
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

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2002-9a, 2002-9aD "Yoshio Taniguchi Presentation to the Board of Trustees"


PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS; Second duplicate is 2 Hi8 Metal-P cassettes
SUMMARY: Presentation given by Yoshio Taniguchi to the MoMA Board of Trustees re: his work (on tape 2002-9a), followed by a question and answer session (on tape 2002-9b).
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

NOTE: These tapes are RESTRICTED.

December 3, 1997
2002-9b "Yoshio Taniguchi Presentation to the Board of Trustees"


PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Presentation given by Taniguchi to MoMA Board of Trustees re: his work (on tape 2002-9a), follwed by a question and answer session (on tape 2002-9b).
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

NOTE: These tapes are RESTRICTED.

December 3, 1997
2002-11 "Yoshio Taniguchi and Glenn Lowry Talk"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Trustee's Room, 6th Floor
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lowry and Taniguchi have a one-on-one discussion regarding the plans for the new MoMA building, Taniguchi's philosophy and method as an architect, particularly related to the MoMA building.
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

December 10, 1997
2002-13 "B Roll Museum of Modern Art"

SPONSOR: Frances Films
DATA: Betacam SP
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2002-14 "MoMA Raw Footage"

DATA: 3M BC-Oxide Betacam
DONOR: Retail Administration
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2002

December 7, 1993
2003-1 "Porter McCray Memorial Event"

PERSONALITY: Porter McCray
PLACE: Japan Society
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Alexandra Munroe, director, Japan Society Gallery; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Rand Castile, director emeritus, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco; Samina Quraeschi, Henry R. Luce Professor, School of Architecture, University of Miami; Richard Lanier, president, Asian Cultural Council; Ellen Stewart, founding artistic director, La MaMA Experimental Theater Company, New York; Robert Wilson, theater director, New York; The Very Reverend James Parks Morton, president, The Interfaith Canter of New York; Frances Aylwin Blades.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A celebration of the life of Porter McCray.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for Event Pamphlet.

January 23, 2001
2003-2 "Eight Contemporary Artists"

PERSONALITY: Vito Acconci
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Eight Contemporary Artists (October 9, 1974-January 5, 1975) MoMA Exh. 1076
DATA: Super 8 video cartridge
SUMMARY: Tape played during Acconci's exhibition. [Note: not master tape]
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1076. The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1975
2003-3 "Un Jour ou Deux"

PLACE: Paris Opera Ballet
SPONSOR: Cunningham Dance Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Raw footage of a Cunningham Dance Company performance.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

1972
2003-4 "Take an Object"

PERSONALITY: Jasper Johns
SPONSOR: Namuth/Wechsler Productions
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; TRT: 26 minutes
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

1990
2003-5a "Poetry 17"

PARTICIPANTS: Lewis Warsh, Paul Violi, Pomme Vega
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Poetry readings by participants.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

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2003-5b "Poetry 17"

PARTICIPANTS: Lewis Warsh, Paul Violi, Pomme Vega
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Poetry readings by participants.
DONOR: Chief Curator-at-Large
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2003

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2005-1a, 2005-1aD "MoMA Perspectives with Glenn Lowry"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2005

NOTE: Presentation material is on CD and housed in the Supplemental Materials files.

December 9, 2004
2005-1b, 2005-1bD "MoMA Perspectives with Glenn Lowry"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2005

NOTE: Presentation material is on CD. and is housed in the Supplemental Materials files.

December 9, 2004
2005-2a, 2005-2aD "MoMA Perspectives: John Elderfield"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Re-installation of the Painting and Sculpture Galleries in the new MoMA.
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: John Elderfield gives a formal lecture regarding the re-installation of the Painting and Sculpture Galleries.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2005

January 12, 2005
2005-2b, 2005-2bD "MoMA Perspectives: John Elderfield"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Re-installation of the Painting and Sculpture Galleries in the new MoMA.
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: John Elderfield gives a formal lecture regarding the re-installation of the Painting and Sculpture Galleries.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a/b, 92-9b/b, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2005

January 12, 2005
2005-3a, 2005-3D "MoMA Perspectives: Deborah Wye and Peter Galassi"

PERSONALITY: Deborah Wye, Chief Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Galassi, Chief Curator in the Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: Titus Theater 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Wendy Weitman, Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, Curator in the Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Re-installation of the Prints and Illustrated Books Galleries and the Photography Galleries
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: Curators Deborah Wye and Peter Galassi each give a formal presentation regarding the re-installation at MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2005

January 19, 2005
2005-3b, 2005-3D "MoMA Perspectives: Deborah Wye and Peter Galassi"

PERSONALITY: Deborah Wye, Chief Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Galassi, Chief Curator in the Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: Titus Theater 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Wendy Weitman, Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, Curator in the Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Re-installation of the Prints and Illustrated Books Galleries and the Photography Galleries
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: Curators Deborah Wye and Peter Galassi each give a formal presentation regarding the re-installation at MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2005

January 19, 2005
2005-4a "Board of Trustees Retreat"

PERSONALITY: Board of Trustees
PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center
DATA: 1 of 3 Standard VHS Videotapes
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2005

NOTE: This material is restricted to all public users.

March 2, 2001
2005-4b "Board of Trustees Retreat"

PERSONALITY: Board of Trustees
PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center
DATA: 2 of 3 Standard VHS Videotapes
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2005

NOTE: This material is restricted to all public users.

March 2, 2001
2005-4c "Board of Trustees Retreat"

PERSONALITY: Board of Trustees
PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center
DATA: 3 of 3 Standard VHS Videotapes
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2005

NOTE: This material is restricted to all public users.

March 2, 2001
2005-5, 2005-5D "Matisse/Picasso at MoMA QNS"

PLACE: Charlie Rose Show, PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Show devoted to the Matisse/ Picasso exhibition held at MoMA QNS. Featuring a discussion with Kirk Varnedoe and John Elderfield.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9b/b, 92-10, 92-11, 92-12, 92-13, 92-14, 92-15, 92-16, 92-17, 92-18, 92-19, 92-20, 92-21, 92-22, 92-23, 92-25, 92-26, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 93-6, 93-7, 93-8, 93-9, 93-10, 93-11, 93-12, 93-13, 93-35, 98-25, 98-26, 98-93, 98-94, 98-94D
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2005

April 28, 2003
2005-6, 2005-6D "75th Anniversary Lecture Series: Thomas Crow"

PERSONALITY: Thomas Crow
PLACE: Titus 1
SERIES; 75th Anniversary Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Thomas Crow
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Formal Lecture by Art Historian Thomas Crow.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2005

January 27, 2005
2005-7 "Museum of Modern Art and PS1 Merger"

PERSONALITY: Museum of Modern Art/ PS1
PLACE: NY-1 Hourly News
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News spot on MoMA's merge with PS1 Contemporary Art Center.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

February 2, 1999
2005-8 "Museum of Modern Art and PS1 Merger"

PERSONALITY: Museum of Modern Art/ PS1
PLACE: WNBC-TV (NBC)
SERIES: Today in New York
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News spot on MoMA and PS1 Contemporary Art Center.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 5, 1999
2005-9, 2005-9D "Museum of Modern Art, Sex and the City"

SERIES: Sex and the City
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: Museum of Modern Art spotlight in the television sitcom Sex and the City.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

February 10, 2002
2005-10, 2005-10D "Breakfast with the Arts, Artist of the Week with Kirk Varnedoe"

PLACE: A & E Channel
SERIES: Breakfast with the Arts
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

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2005-11, 2005-11D "Great Masters with Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: PBS Studios
SERIES: Great Masters with Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, Kirk Varnedoe
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

January 18, 1999
2005-12 "Green Market-Life of the City"

SERIES: Life of the City
PARTICIPANTS: Fujisankei Communications International
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

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2005-13 "Rob Storr Interview"

PLACE: PBS Studios
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, Robb Storr
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Robb Storr on the work of Gerhard Richter
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

May 10, 2002
2005-14 "Life of the City"

PARTICIPANTS: Nippon TV
EXHIBITION: Life of the City [MoMA Exh. #1894, February 28, 2002-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-30, 2005-34, 2005-56
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 1, 2002
2005-15, 2005-15D "MoMA's Kirk Varnedoe"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: PBS Studios
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Charlie Rose
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
SUMMARY: Varnedoe interview with Charlie Rose discussing his resignation from MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

February 1, 2002
2005-16, 2005-16D "Segment on Looking Younger"

PLACE: ABC Studios
SERIES: Entertainment Tonight
DATA: Two VHS Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

August 30, 2002
2005-17 "Media Funhouse #472

PERSONALITY: Delphine Seyrig
SERIES: Media Funhouse
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

November 2, 2002
2005-18 "Rebecca Knolls at New York Botanical Garden"

PERSONALITY: Rebecca Knolls
PLACE: New York Botanical Garden
SERIES: Good Morning America
PARTICIPANTS: Rebecca Knolls
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

July 11, 2002
2005-19 "Transient Rainbow"

PERSONALITY: Cai Guo-Qiang
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

June 29, 2002
2005-20 "Workspheres"

EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

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2005-21 "Life in the City"

SERIES: Fox News Magazine
SPONSOR: Fox News
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 31, 2002
2005-22 "Where to Go and What to Do in NYC"

SPONSOR: TV Tokyo
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of New York sights including: Warhol, The Museum of Modern Art, PS1
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

December 6, 2002
2005-23 "San Francisco MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Gary Garrels
SERIES: 2002 Promo SF MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Gary Garrels
SPONSOR: City Explorer TV
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

2002
2005-24, 2005-24D "Rebuilding Ground Zero"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley
SPONSOR: Discovery Cable Network
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Terence Riley on WTC Recovery
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-29; 2005-31
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

September 11, 2002
2005-25 "Art Outlook-Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: Business Unusual
SPONSOR: CNNFN-TV Cable
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

October 19, 2001
2005-26 "A Work in Progress"

PERSONALITY: David O'Russell
SERIES: Entertainment Tonight
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

April 11, 2002
2005-27 "Peter Galassi Interview on Andreas Gursky; The Sopranos"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi; The Sopranos
PLACE: CNN; HBO
SERIES: CNN Newsroom; The Sopranos
EXHIBITION: Andreas Gursky [MoMA Exh. #1883, February 28(March 4), 2001-May 15, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video contains segment with Peter Galassi on CNN and an individual episode of The Sopranos on HBO.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

May 2, 2001; April 22, 2001
2005-28 "Museum of Modern Art-Beetle"

PERSONALITY: Peter Reed
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Peter Reed interview about MoMA adding VW Beetle to its collection. Profile on the VW Beetle. Footage of AUTObodies exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

December 8, 2002
2005-29 "Terence Riley-Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
SERIES: CBS Early Show
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Terence Riley on rebuilding Lower Manhattan post 9/11.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-24; 2005-31
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

September 28, 2001
2005-30 "MoMA-Life of the City"

SERIES: News All Day
PARTICIPANTS: NY1 Cable
EXHIBITION: Life of the City [MoMA Exh. #1894, February 28, 2002-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-14, 2005-34, 2005-56
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 7, 2002
2005-31 "Rebuilding Lower Manhattan"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley; Barbara Walters
SERIES: 20/20
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley; Barbara Walters
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Barbara Walters interview of MoMA's Chief Curator of Architecture & Design, Terence Riley.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-24; 2005-29
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

October 3, 2001
2005-32 "David O'Russell Honored by MoMA"

PERSONALITY: David O'Russell
SERIES: NY1 News All Day
PARTICIPANTS: David O'Russell
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

April 26, 2002
2005-33, 2005-33D "Barry Diller"

PERSONALITY: Barry Diller
SERIES: CNBC After Hours
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Diller discusses the rise and fall of Vivendi, controversy among corporate leaders and Dennis Kozlowski.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

October 14, 2002
2005-34 "Life of the City Exhibit: After the Terror"

SERIES: WNBC-TV (NBC) New York
EXHIBITION: Life of the City [MoMA Exh. #1894, February 28, 2002-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-12; 2005-14; 2005-30
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 11, 2002
2005-35 "MoMA/Peter Galassi"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
SERIES: CBS Evening News
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Peter Galassi on CBS Evening News.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 9, 2002
2005-36 "Abby Rockefeller-Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry, Michael Margitich, Ruth Kaplan
PARTICPANTS: ABC, CNN, PBS, ABC: 20/20, CNN: Pinnacle, PBS: Charlie Rose
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

October 18, 2002
2005-37 "Life in the City"

SERIES: CBS Channel 2 news at 5
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 14, 2002
2005-38 "Tourism in NYC post 9/11"

SERIES: CBC The National
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Tourism in NYC post 9/11. Brief interview with Glenn D. Lowry. Includes a camera shot of MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

March 15, 2002
2005-39 "Selling Bonds post 9/11"

SERIES: CNBC Market Watch
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 2005

December 7, 2001
2005-40a, 2005-40aD "MoMA Perspectives"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley; Gary Garrels
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley; Gary Garrels
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Reinstallation of the Architecture and Design Galleries; Reinstallation of Drawings Galleries
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

NOTE: Presentation material is on CD and is housed with the Supplemental Materials files.

February 23, 2005
2005-40b, 2005-40bD "MoMA Perspectives"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley; Gary Garrels
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley; Gary Garrels
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Reinstallation of the Architecture and Design Galleries; Reinstallation of Drawings Galleries
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

NOTE: Presentation material is on CD and is housed with the Supplemental Materials files.

February 23, 2005
2005-41, 2005-41D "8th Annual Felix Candela Lecture: Stanford Anderson"

PERSONALITY: Stanford Anderson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SERIES: Felix Candela Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Stanford Anderson
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

March 30, 2005
2005-42, 2005-42D "Contemporary Voices: Works from the UBS Art Collection"

PERSONALITY: Terry Winters
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
PARTICIPANTS: Terry Winters; Linda Yablonsky
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Contemporary Voices: Works from the UBSArt Collection
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-58; 2005-74
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

April 13, 2005
2005-43 "Gerhard Richter"

PERSONALITY: Gerhard Richter
PLACE: German Television Network
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

February 28, 2002
2005-44 "Interview with Director San-oak Shin"

PERSONALITY: Sang-oak Shin
PLACE: The Korean Channel
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

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2005-45 "New Directors/New Films"

PLACE: The Sundance Channel
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

2002
2005-46 "Charlie Rose Hitchcock Panel"

PLACE: PBS
SERIES: Charlie Rose Talk Show
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

May 5, 1999
2005-47 "Abby Rockefeller"

PERSONALITY: Abby Rockefeller
SERIES: Shown on ABC, CNN, PBS, ABC: 20/20 program, CNN: Pinnacle, PBS: Charlie Rose
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

October 18, 2002
2005-48 "NYC's Gift of $65 Million to MoMA"

PLACE: NY-1, WCBS, NY-1: Hourly News, CBS
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

April 14, 1998
2005-49 "Donald Marron: Interview"

PERSONALITY: Donald Marron
PLACE: PBS
SERIES: PBS: The Newshour with Jim Lehrer
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

September 17, 2001
2005-50a, 2005-50aD "MoMA Perspectives: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins"

PERSONALITY: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

February 16, 2005
2005-50b, 2005-50bD "MoMA Perspectives: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins"

PERSONALITY: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SERIES: MoMA Perspectives
PARTICIPANTS: Kynaston McShine and Steven Higgins
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

February 16, 2005
2005-51 "Art News Panel"

PERSONALITY: Michael Kimmelman, Rob Storr
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Art News panel discussing artwork news with Michael Kimmelman and Rob Storr.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

July 25, 2002
2005-52 "Richard Serra"

PERSONALITY: Charlie Rose, Richard Serra
PLACE: PBS
SERIES: PBS: Charlie Rose
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-12, 94-4
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

December 14, 2001
2005-53, 2005-53D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Abby Rockefeller
DATA: Two VHS Video Tapes
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

n.d.
2005-54 "Oliver Stone Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Oliver Stone
PLACE: New York One Cable
SERIES: The Eight O'Clock Edition
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

September 14, 2000
2005-55 "Peter Galassi MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
PLACE: New York One
SERIES: Non-Stop News
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

March 15, 2000
2005-56 "MoMA Photo Exhibit NYC"

PLACE: CBS
SERIES: Evening News
EXHIBITION: Life of the City [MoMA Exh. #1894, February 28, 2002-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-14, 2005-30, 2005-34
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

March 9, 2002
2005-57, 2005-57D "Thomas Demand: A Panel Discussion"

PERSONALITY: Thomas Demand
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: Thomas Demand [MoMA Exh. #1937, March 4, 2005-May 30, 2005]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

April 14, 2005
2005-58, 2005-58D "Eleanor Heartney interviews Vija Celmins"

PERSONALITY: Eleanor Heartney; Vija Celmins
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 2
PARTICIPANTS: Eleanor Heartney: Vija Celmins
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Contemporary Voices: Works from the UBS Art Collection [MoMA Exh. #1935, February 4, 2005-April 25, 2005]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-42; 2005-74
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2005

April 20, 2005
2005-59, 2005-59aD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Glenn D. Lowry, Director of MoMA; Hans Belting, Director of the International Research Center for
Sciences of Culture.
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: This lecture is the opening event for the graduate symposium. Hans Belting gives the opening remarks for the symposium and delivers a keynote address entitled, "Multiple Modernities: The MoMA and the Invention of Modernism."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-72
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8, 2005
2005-59, 2005-59bD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Glenn D. Lowry, Director of MoMA; Hans Belting, Director of the International Research Center for
Sciences of Culture.
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: This lecture is the opening event for the graduate symposium. Hans Belting gives the opening remarks for the symposium and delivers a keynote address entitled, "Multiple Modernities: The MoMA and the Invention of Modernism."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-72
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8, 2005
2005-60 "The Museum of Modern Art: America's Century of Modern Art: Episode 1"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: NHK Japan
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentary film produced by NHK who is Japan's public broadcasting network. The film provides a visual historical
survey of the founding of MoMA and it's historical development. The documentary includes documents and primary
source materials culled from the Museum Archives.
DONOR: NHK
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

2005
2005-61 Untitled

PERSONALITY: David Rockefeller
PARTICIPANTS: David Rockefeller
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Ceremony for the Duncan Phillips Award honoring David Rockefeller.
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

2000
2005-62, 2005-62D "Pissarro, Cézanne, and the Strangeness of Picture Making"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Campbell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 1
SERIES: Pioneering Modern Painting, Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Campbell
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Video Cassette
SUMMARY: A formal lecture with historian Christopher Campbell.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

July 27, 2005
2005-63 "The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art: 1995 Spring Meeting in Germany"

PLACE: Dessau, Germany
SPONSOR: The International Council
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video of the proceedings of the spring meeting of the International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the meeting, Philip Johnson presented a lecture at the Bauhaus School in Dessau.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2005

Spring 1995
2005-64a, 2005-64aD "Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape, Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Deputy Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Anthony Vidler, Professor from Cooper Union, David Harvey; Kathryn Gustafson; Marion Weiss; Michael Manfredi; Martha Schwartz; George Hargreaves; Rosalie Genevro; Michel Desvigne; James Corner
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape [MoMA Exh. #1936, February 25, 2005 -May 16, 2005]
DATA: 1 of 4 Standard DVDs
SUMMARY: Video recording of the Groundswell Symposium.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

April 16, 2005
2005-64b, 2005-64bD "Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape, Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Deputy Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Anthony Vidler, Professor from Cooper Union, David Harvey; Kathryn Gustafson; Marion Weiss; Michael Manfredi; Martha Schwartz; George Hargreaves; Rosalie Genevro; Michel Desvigne; James Corner
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape [MoMA Exh. #1936, February 25, 2005 -May 16, 2005]
DATA: 2 of 4 Standard DVDs
SUMMARY: Video recording of the Groundswell Symposium.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

April 16, 2005
2005-64c, 2005-64cD "Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape, Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Deputy Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Anthony Vidler, Professor from Cooper Union, David Harvey; Kathryn Gustafson; Marion Weiss; Michael Manfredi; Martha Schwartz; George Hargreaves; Rosalie Genevro; Michel Desvigne; James Corner
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape [MoMA Exh. #1936, February 25, 2005 -May 16, 2005]
DATA: 3 of 4 Standard DVDs
SUMMARY: Video recording of the Groundswell Symposium.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

April 16, 2005
2005-64d, 2005-64dD "Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape, Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Deputy Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Anthony Vidler, Professor from Cooper Union, David Harvey; Kathryn Gustafson; Marion Weiss; Michael Manfredi; Martha Schwartz; George Hargreaves; Rosalie Genevro; Michel Desvigne; James Corner
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape [MoMA Exh. #1936, February 25, 2005 -May 16, 2005]
DATA: 4 of 4 Standard DVDs
SUMMARY: Video recording of the Groundswell Symposium.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

April 16, 2005
2005-65, 2005-65D "Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium-Keynote Speaker's Address"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joachim Pissarro, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Keynote Speaker: Richard Brettell
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture; Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM tape
SUMMARY: Art historian Rick Brettell presents a formal lecture on the works of Cézanne and Pissarro for the opening address of the Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-66a, 2005-66b, 2005-66c, 2005-66d
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 9, 2005
2005-66a, 2005-66aD "Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joachim Pissarro, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Brettell, Professor at ; T.J. Clark, Professor in the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley; John House, Professor in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute; Anthea Callen, Professor in the History of Art at; Kathryn Tuma, Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University; Paul Smith, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Warwick; Richard Shiff, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Texas, Austin SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 1 of 4 Standard DVDs; Duplicate is 1 of 4 DVCAM Tapes
SUMMARY: The symposium consisted of formal papers presented by each of the art historians listed above. The papers discussed the interpersonal and working relationship between Cézanne and Pissarro. After the papers were presented, the participants part-took in a roundtable discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-65
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 10, 2005
2005-66b, 2005-66bD "Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joachim Pissarro, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Brettell, Professor at ; T.J. Clark, Professor in the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley; John House, Professor in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute; Anthea Callen, Professor in the History of Art at; Kathryn Tuma, Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University; Paul Smith, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Warwick; Richard Shiff, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Texas, Austin SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 2 of 4 Standard DVDs; Duplicate is 2 of 4 DVCAM Tapes
SUMMARY: The symposium consisted of formal papers presented by each of the art historians listed above. The papers discussed the interpersonal and working relationship between Cézanne and Pissarro. After the papers were presented, the participants part-took in a roundtable discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-65
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 10, 2005
2005-66c, 2005-66cD "Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joachim Pissarro, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Brettell, Professor at ; T.J. Clark, Professor in the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley; John House, Professor in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute; Anthea Callen, Professor in the History of Art at; Kathryn Tuma, Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University; Paul Smith, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Warwick; Richard Shiff, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Texas, Austin SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 3 of 4 Standard DVDs; Duplicate is 3 of 4 DVCAM Tapes
SUMMARY: The symposium consisted of formal papers presented by each of the art historians listed above. The papers discussed the interpersonal and working relationship between Cézanne and Pissarro. After the papers were presented, the participants part-took in a roundtable discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-65
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 10, 2005
2005-66d, 2005-66dD "Cézanne/Pissarro Symposium"

PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joachim Pissarro, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Brettell, Professor at ; T.J. Clark, Professor in the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley; John House, Professor in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute; Anthea Callen, Professor in the History of Art at; Kathryn Tuma, Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University; Paul Smith, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Warwick; Richard Shiff, Professor in the History of Art at the University of Texas, Austin SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 4 of 4 Standard DVDs; Duplicate is 4 of 4 DVCAM Tapes
SUMMARY: The symposium consisted of formal papers presented by each of the art historians listed above. The papers discussed the interpersonal and working relationship between Cézanne and Pissarro. After the papers were presented, the participants part-took in a roundtable discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-65
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 10, 2005
2005-67, 2005-67aD "Conversations Among Friends-Carrie Mae Weems and Deborah Willis"

PERSONALITY: Carrie Mae Weems and Deborah Willis
PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations Among Friends
PARTICIPANTS: Carrie Mae Weems, Artist; Deborah Willis, Art Historian
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Friends of Education
DATA: One DVD; Duplicate is 1 of 2 Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: An informal discussion between artist Carrie Mae Weems and art historian Deborah Willis. The two participants discuss their interests, their recent works and their personal relationship with one another.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

May 3, 2005
2005-67, 2005-67bD "Conversations Among Friends-Carrie Mae Weems and Deborah Willis"

PERSONALITY: Carrie Mae Weems and Deborah Willis
PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations Among Friends
PARTICIPANTS: Carrie Mae Weems, Artist; Deborah Willis, Art Historian
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Friends of Education
DATA: One DVD; Duplicate is 2 of 2 Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: An informal discussion between artist Carrie Mae Weems and art historian Deborah Willis. The two participants discuss their interests, their recent works and their personal relationship with one another.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

May 3, 2005
2005-68, 2005-68D "The Rose Alion Goldman Lecture Series-Representing Space: Within and Between Media"

PERSONALITY: Michael Snow
PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second in a series of lectures organized in honor of Rose Alion Goldman.
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Snow, artist and filmmaker
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Video Cassette
SUMMARY: A formal lecture presented by filmmaker Michael Snow.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2005.37
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

October 5, 2005
2005-69, 2005-69D "Conversations Among Friends-Greg Tate, Wangechi Mutu and Deborah Grant"

PERSONALITY: Greg Tate, Wangechi Mutu, Deborah Grant
PLACE: Titus II, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations Among Friends
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Sarah Lewis, Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Painting and Sculpture; Greg Tate, art critic; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Deborah Grant, artist
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Friends of Education
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Video Cassette
SUMMARY: An informal dialogue between artists Wangechi Mutu and Deborah Grant and art critic Greg Tate.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2005.36a; 2005.36b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

September 27, 2005
2005-70a "The Lizard in the Landscape"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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September 8, 2005
2005-70b "The Lizard in the Landscape"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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September 8, 2005
2005-71a "8th Annual Candela Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Stan Anderson
SERIES; Candela Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Stan Anderson
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 99.16, 2000.43, 2001.55, 2002.18a, 2002.18b, 2003.9, 2004.5a, 2004.5b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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March 30, 2005
2005-71b "8th Annual Candela Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Stan Anderson
SERIES; Candela Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Stan Anderson
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 99.16, 2000.43, 2001.55, 2002.18a, 2002.18b, 2003.9, 2004.5a, 2004.5b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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March 30, 2005
2005-72, 2005-72aD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Morna Elizabeth O'Neill, Yale University; Hester Ruth Westley, Courtauld Institute of Art; Alexandra Moschovi, Courtauld Institute of Art; Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Itay Sapir, Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis; Thomas Frederick Folland, University of California, Los Angeles; Victoria H.F. Scott, Binghamton University, New York; Charles W. Haxthausen, Director, Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVD; Five Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: The graduate symposium opens with an introduction by David Little and follows with the presentation of papers by graduate students from national and international universities. The symposium is divided into two sections consisting of the presentation of three papers per section. The presentation of papers is followed by a moderated discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-59a; 2005-59aD; 2005-59bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8 and April 9, 2005
2005-72, 2005-72bD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Morna Elizabeth O'Neill, Yale University; Hester Ruth Westley, Courtauld Institute of Art; Alexandra Moschovi, Courtauld Institute of Art; Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Itay Sapir, Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis; Thomas Frederick Folland, University of California, Los Angeles; Victoria H.F. Scott, Binghamton University, New York; Charles W. Haxthausen, Director, Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVD; Five Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: The graduate symposium opens with an introduction by David Little and follows with the presentation of papers by graduate students from national and international universities. The symposium is divided into two sections consisting of the presentation of three papers per section. The presentation of papers is followed by a moderated discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-59a; 2005-59aD; 2005-59bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8 and April 9, 2005
2005-72, 2005-72cD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Morna Elizabeth O'Neill, Yale University; Hester Ruth Westley, Courtauld Institute of Art; Alexandra Moschovi, Courtauld Institute of Art; Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Itay Sapir, Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis; Thomas Frederick Folland, University of California, Los Angeles; Victoria H.F. Scott, Binghamton University, New York; Charles W. Haxthausen, Director, Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVD; Five Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: The graduate symposium opens with an introduction by David Little and follows with the presentation of papers by graduate students from national and international universities. The symposium is divided into two sections consisting of the presentation of three papers per section. The presentation of papers is followed by a moderated discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-59a; 2005-59aD; 2005-59bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8 and April 9, 2005
2005-72, 2005-72dD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Morna Elizabeth O'Neill, Yale University; Hester Ruth Westley, Courtauld Institute of Art; Alexandra Moschovi, Courtauld Institute of Art; Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Itay Sapir, Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis; Thomas Frederick Folland, University of California, Los Angeles; Victoria H.F. Scott, Binghamton University, New York; Charles W. Haxthausen, Director, Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVD; Five Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: The graduate symposium opens with an introduction by David Little and follows with the presentation of papers by graduate students from national and international universities. The symposium is divided into two sections consisting of the presentation of three papers per section. The presentation of papers is followed by a moderated discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-59a; 2005-59aD; 2005-59bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8 and April 9, 2005
2005-72, 2005-72eD "When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Museum of Modern Art's First Annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Morna Elizabeth O'Neill, Yale University; Hester Ruth Westley, Courtauld Institute of Art; Alexandra Moschovi, Courtauld Institute of Art; Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Itay Sapir, Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis; Thomas Frederick Folland, University of California, Los Angeles; Victoria H.F. Scott, Binghamton University, New York; Charles W. Haxthausen, Director, Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVD; Five Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: The graduate symposium opens with an introduction by David Little and follows with the presentation of papers by graduate students from national and international universities. The symposium is divided into two sections consisting of the presentation of three papers per section. The presentation of papers is followed by a moderated discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-59a; 2005-59aD; 2005-59bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2005

April 8 and April 9, 2005
2005-73a "Modern Museum Stories: Art Into Experience"

PERSONALITY: Elaine Scarry
PARTICIPANTS: Elaine Scarry
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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March 10, 2005
2005-73b "Modern Museum Stories: Art Into Experience"

PERSONALITY: Elaine Scarry
PARTICIPANTS: Elaine Scarry
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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March 10, 2005
2005-74 "Contemporary Voices/UBS"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Donald Marron, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Ann Temkin, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture; Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Contemporary Voices: Works from the UBS Art Collection
DATA: One Mini DV Cassette Tape
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-42; 2005-58
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2005

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March 9, 2005
2005-75, 2005-75D "Representing Space: Within and Between Media"

PERSONALITY: Mel Bochner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rose Alion Goldman Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mel Bochner, Artist
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One Mini DV Cassette Tape, Duplicate is 1 DVD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2005

October 26, 2005
2005-76a "Embrace your Fears: A Symposium"

PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Paola Antonelli, Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Katrina heron, Principal, Heron Ventures; Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby, Partners, Dunne & Raby; Ezri Tarazi, Director of Industrial Design Program at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design; Christopher Faulkner, CEO CI Host; Paul Reynolds, Products Director, Consumer Reports Magazine; Elaine Scarry, Professor of Aesthetics and the General Theory of Value, Harvard University
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Department of Education
EXHIBITION: SAFE: Design Takes on Risk
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: A formal symposium held in conjunction with the SAFE exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2005

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November 4, 2005
2005-76b "Embrace your Fears: A Symposium"

PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Paola Antonelli, Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Katrina heron, Principal, Heron Ventures; Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby, Partners, Dunne & Raby; Ezri Tarazi, Director of Industrial Design Program at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design; Christopher Faulkner, CEO CI Host; Paul Reynolds, Products Director, Consumer Reports Magazine; Elaine Scarry, Professor of Aesthetics and the General Theory of Value, Harvard University
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Department of Education
EXHIBITION: SAFE: Design Takes on Risk
DATA: Two Mini DV Cassette Tapes
SUMMARY: A formal symposium held in conjunction with the SAFE exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2005

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 4, 2005
2006-1, 2006-1D "Building on Barnes: Reflection by Contemporary Architects and Critics"

PERSONALITY: Edward Larrabee Barnes
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Campbell, Architect and critic; Jacques Herzog, architect; Michael Maltzan, architect; Toshiko Mori, architect and Robert P. Hubbard Professor at Harvard University Graduate School of Design; Terence Riley, Chief Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Panel lecture featuring above mentioned participants discussing the career of American architect Edward Larrabee Barnes.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

November 16, 2005
2006-2, 2006-2D "Elizabeth Murray: Artists Panel"

PERSONALITY: Elizabeth Murray
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Robert Storr; Jennifer Bartlett, Carroll Dunham, Robert Gober, Jessica Stockholder
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Elizabeth Murray
DATA: One DVCAM Cassette Tape; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Artists discuss the impact of Murray's work in a panel discussion moderated by Robert Storr.
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-19; 96-21; 98-10; 99-1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

NOTE: The DVD is marked as "Part 2", but it is of the entire event.

November 21, 2005
2006-3, 2006-3D "Elizabeth Murray: Critics Panel"

PERSONALITY: Elizabeth Murray
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Robert Storr; Carter Ratcliff, Katy Siegel, Joan Simon, Alexi Worth
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Elizabeth Murray [MoMA Exh. #1955, October 28, 2005 - January 9, 2006]
DATA: One DVCAM Cassette Tape; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Critics and scholars discuss Murray's work through individual presentations and discussions moderated by Robert Storr.
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-19; 96-21; 98-10; 99-1; 2006.2
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

November 28, 2005
2006-4a, 2006-4aD "Decadence: Redon and Fin-de-Siècle Poetry and Music"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Readers include: Richard Howard, poet and Professor Writing, School of the Arts, Columbia University; Mary Jo Bang, poet and Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at Washington University; Bill T. Jones, Artistic Director, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Performers include: Juilliard music students.
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHBITION: Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM Cassette.
SUMMARY: In conjunction with Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon, poets and performers read Decadent and Symbolist literature by such Redon contemporaries and influences as Charles Baudelaire, Gustave Flaubert, J.K. Huysmans and Edgar Allen Poe. Students from the Juilliard perform music from the period by Ernest Chausson and Henri Duparc among others.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

NOTE: DVCAM sent back to Laura Beiles on 9/18/2006 for DVD surrogates to be made.

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 3, 2005
2006-4b, 2006-4bD "Decadence: Redon and Fin-de-Siècle Poetry and Music"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Readers include: Richard Howard, poet and Professor Writing, School of the Arts, Columbia University; Mary Jo Bang, poet and Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at Washington University; Bill T. Jones, Artistic Director, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Performers include: Juilliard music students.
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHBITION: Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM Cassette.
SUMMARY: In conjunction with Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon, poets and performers read Decadent and Symbolist literature by such Redon contemporaries and influences as Charles Baudelaire, Gustave Flaubert, J.K. Huysmans and Edgar Allen Poe. Students from the Juilliard perform music from the period by Ernest Chausson and Henri Duparc among others.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

NOTE: DVCAM sent back to Laura Beiles on 9/18/2006 for DVD surrogates to be made.

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 3, 2005
2006-5, 2006-5D "Among Friends: Fred Wilson and Robert Storr"

PERSONALITY: Fred Wilson, Robert Storr
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Friends of Education Conversations
PARTICIPANTS: Fred Wilson, artist; Robert Storr, Dean of Yale University School of Fine Arts
SPONSOR: Friends of Education, Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Informal discussion between Robert Storr and Fred Wilson.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for accompanying event pamphlet

January 31, 2006
2006-6, 2006-6D "Philip Johnson: Portraits"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Jeffrey Kipnis, Professor of Architecture, The Ohio State of University
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture, Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; One DVCAM Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Presentations, discussions and a film screening given in honor of Philip Johnson.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

February 16, 2006
2006-7 "On-Site: New Architecture in Spain"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Terence Riley, Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Rafael Moneo, architect; David Cohn, architectural historian and critic
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Department of Education
EXHIBITION: On-Site: New Architecture in Spain
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: Keynote address for On-Site: New Architecture in Spain symposium.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

February 10, 2006
2006-8, 2006-8D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Richard Artschwager"

PERSONALITY: Richard Artschwager
PLACE: Founders' Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Artschwager
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: Two DVDs
SUMMARY: Lecture and slide presentation by artist Richard Artschwager.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

March 17, 2006
2006-9 "Artists Speak: Conversations with Glenn Lowry with Dana Schutz and Ernesto Caivano"

PERSONALITY: Dana Schutz and Ernesto Caivano
PLACE: Founders' Room
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations with Glenn Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Dana Schutz, artist; Ernesto Caivano, artist
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: Informal dialogue between Glenn Lowry, Dana Schutz and Ernesto Caivano.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

March 1, 2006
2006-10 "Home and Away"

PERSONALITY: Homi Bhabha, Shirazeh Houshiary, Shahzia Sikander
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Homi Bhabha, Chair of the Program in History and Literature, Harvard University; Shirazeh Houshiary, artist; Shahzia Sikander, artist
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: Lecture featuring Bhabha, Houshiary and Sikander that examines the reactions to "home," diaspora and the effects of exile.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-30; 2006-30D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

March 8, 2006
2006-11 "Obsession and Practice"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Brooke Davis Anderson, Curator at the American Folk Art Museum; Panelists: Trenton Doyle Hancock; Daniel Zeller; Susan Howe; David Grubbs
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: Panel discussion about obsession and practice in artists' work. Lecture was in conjunction with the exhibition Obsessive Drawing held at the American Folk Art Museum in 2006.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 2006

February 27, 2006
2006-12 "2006 Skowhegan Award Honorees"

PLACE: Skowhegan
PARTICIPANTS: Aa. Bronson of General Idea, Glenn Ligon, Cildo Meireles, Agnes Gund, Emily Rauh Pulitzer
SPONSOR: Skowhegan
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: DVD includes interviews with Skowhegan's award honorees for 2006. The honorees include: General Idea, artist collective; Glenn Ligon, artist; Cildo Meireles, artist; Agnes Gund, philanthropist; Emily Rauh Pulitzer, philanthropist and founder of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
DONOR: Skowhegan
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2006

NOTE: DVD was sent by Anne Leith at Allart Studio.

2006-13 "William S. Rubin Memorial"

PLACE: Atrium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Glenn D. Lowry, Director of MoMA; Richard Rubin, brother to William Rubin; Richard Oldenburg, former Director of MoMA; John Elderfield, Chief Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA; Agnes Gund, trustee and President Emerita of MoMA; Ronald S. Lauder, trustee and former President of MoMA
DATA: One DVD
SUMMARY: Participants give last respects to the deceased William S. Rubin.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2006

March 28, 2006
2006-14 "The Barcelona Pavilion"

PERSONALITY: Mies Van Der Rohe
PARTICIPANTS: Mies Van Der Rohe
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Short footage on the German Pavilion at the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition. The first portion focuses on Mies Van Der Rohe's designing activity and the Pavilion's function during the seven months that it remained standing. The second portion is centered on three Catalan architects who, since 1985, have set out to make the best possible reproduction of the Pavilion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 86-4; 96-3a/b; 2006-22; 2006-23; 2006-24
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

1990
2006-15, 2006-15D "Mies"

PERSONALITY: Mies Van Der Rohe
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentary video on Mies Van Der Rohe.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

June 2000
2006-16 "Detroit: Making It Better For You"

PLACE: Detroit, Michigan
PARTICIPANTS: Kyong Park; Joshua Pearson
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

2000
2006-17 "A Constructive Madness"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

August 2002
2006-18 "Words, Images and Spaces: A Language for a New City"

PARTICIPANTS: Kyong Park; Manuela Tromben
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

2002
2006-19, 2006-19D "Proun Space Studio"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

2006-20, 2006-20D "Tall Buildings"

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley
EXHIBITION: Tall Buildings
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

September 12, 2004
2006-21 "Tall Buildings"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: New York 1
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley
EXHIBITION: Tall Buildings
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

July 16, 2004
2006-22 "The German Pavilion at the Barcelona Exposition--Inauguration"

PERSONALITY: Mies Van Der Rohe
PLACE: Barcelona, Spain
DATA: One BETACAM Cassette Tape
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-14; 2006-15; 2006-24
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum. Recording is in Spanish.

1929
2006-23 "The German Pavilion at the Barcelona Exposition"

PERSONALITY: Mies Van Der Rohe
PLACE: Barcelona, Spain
DATA: One BETACAM Cassette Tape
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-14; 2006-15; 2006-24
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum. Recording is in Spanish.

1929
2006-24 "The Barcelona Exposition"

PLACE: Barcelona, Spain
DATA: One BETACAM Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Inauguration of the Barcelona Exposition by King Alphonse XIII of Spain. Segments of archival footage retrieved from a film fragment and/or newsreel.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-14; 2006-14; 2006-22; 2006-23
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum. Recording may be in French.

1929
2006-25 Untitled

DATA: One BETACAM Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Archival film fragments documenting sixty automobilists in England at a twenty-four hour course in the Brooklands.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum. Recording may be in French.

May 1930
2006-26 "Tribute in Light"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
SERIES: New York Voices on WNET/PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

September 5, 2003
2006-27 "9 Musicians"

DATA: 1 Standard VHS
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum. Recording is in Chinese.

2006-28 "Lagos/Koolhaas"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
PLACE: Lagos, Africa
PARTICIPANTS: Written and Directed by: Bregtje van der Haak; Rem Koolhaas
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentary about Rem Koolhaas' project with the Harvard University Project on the City about Lagos, Africa. The project is centered on urban expansion and the type of urban environment that is created in areas where explosive population growth has occurred.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2006

NOTE: Transferred from Terence Riley's office at the end of his tenure at the Museum.

2006-29, 2006-29aD "Ammann Singstad on Infrastructure"

PERSONALITY: Ammann Singstad, Michel Virlogeux
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Paola Antonelli, Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Michel Virlogeux, Engineer
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; Duplicate is 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Amman Singstad Lecture on Infrastructure honors the memory of the two great civil engineers who shaped the bridges and tunnels of New York in the middle of the twentieth century-Othmar Amman (1879-1965) and Ole Singstad (1882-1969)-by inviting the most distinguished civil engineers in the world today to speak about their own work and its greater impact. The lectures highlight the aesthetic and social dimensions of large civil and landscape engineering works and their repercussions on the physical, social, and political environment.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2006

NOTE: The recording is very muffled.

April 19, 2006
2006-29, 2006-29bD "Ammann Singstad on Infrastructure"

PERSONALITY: Ammann Singstad, Michel Virlogeux
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Paola Antonelli, Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Michel Virlogeux, Engineer
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Department of Education
DATA: One DVD; Duplicate is 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Amman Singstad Lecture on Infrastructure honors the memory of the two great civil engineers who shaped the bridges and tunnels of New York in the middle of the twentieth century-Othmar Amman (1879-1965) and Ole Singstad (1882-1969)-by inviting the most distinguished civil engineers in the world today to speak about their own work and its greater impact. The lectures highlight the aesthetic and social dimensions of large civil and landscape engineering works and their repercussions on the physical, social, and political environment.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2006

NOTE: The recording is very muffled.

April 19, 2006
2006-30, 2006-30D "Meditations on Truths"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Introduction: Feri Daftari, Assistant Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Shirin Neshat, artist; Walid Raad, artist; Gavatri Chakravorty Spivak, Avalon Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking [MoMA Exh. #1966, February 26, 2006 - May 22, 2006]
DATA: Two DVDs; Third Duplicate is 1 DVCAM Cassette.
SUMMARY: Understanding work by artists who come from the Islamic world raises complex questions, especially when examined within a postcolonial and Western context. In this panel, artists Shirin Neshat and Walid Raad, and Gavatri Chakravorty Spivak, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University, discuss how they review, revise, and subvert received understandings of the Islamic world and diverse interpretations of truth.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-10
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2006

May 4, 2006
2006-31, 2006-31D "The Thought Is Made in the Mouth: Dada Sound Poetry and Manifestos"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Umland, Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pierre Jori, Bob Holman
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Dada
DATA: 1 Standard DVD; Duplicate is 1 Standard DVD
SUMMARY: In conjunction with the first major museum exhibition in the United States to focus exclusively on Dada, one of the most significant movements of the historical avant-garde, Pierre Joris, Bob Holman, and others perform original poetry and manifestos created by Dada artists, such as Hugo Ball, Kurt Schwitters, and Tristan Tzara.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2006

June 21, 2006
2006-32, 2006-32D "A&E Breakfast with the Arts, Matisse Picasso"

SERIES: Breakfast with the Arts
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Kimmelman, art critic for The New York Times.
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2006

February 23, 2003
2006-33a "Matisse Picasso Poetry Prose Letters and Film"

SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 of 2 Standard VHS Videotapes
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2006

February 23, 2003
2006-33b "Matisse Picasso Poetry Prose Letters and Film"

SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 2 of 2 Standard VHS Videotapes
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2006

February 23, 2003
2007-1 "MoMA TV Coverage for '98"

SERIES: Sesame Street, NBC, CBS, World News Tonight and others.
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of The Museum of Modern Art exhibition highlights with an emphasis on de Kooning and his death and the Jasper Johns Retrospective.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1997
2007-2 "Gender Bias in Museums/MoMA"

SERIES: CNN World News, 6:00 - 6:30 AM ET
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Beth Edelson, Title IX Task Force Gallery.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News segment on gender bias in museum collections and exhibition content.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

January 31, 1998
2007-3, 2007-3D "The Charlie Rose Show"

PERSONALITY: Charlie Rose
SERIES: The Charlie Rose Show
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, interviewer; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Agnes Gund and Kirk Varnedoe place Roy Lichtenstein in context in the weeks after his death. Gund discusses her personal relationship with the artist while Varnedoe speaks about the art world's departure from the European school with abstract expressionism and subsequent genres.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

September 30, 1997
2007-4, 2007-4D "Chuck Close"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
SERIES: Fashion Television
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Chuck Close, artist.
SPONSOR: Fashion TV
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Chuck Close discusses his pre and post illness painting strategies. An interview with Chuck Close emphasizes the retrospective, organized by Robert Storr.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

Spring 1998
2007-5 "Chuck Close at MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
SERIES: British Broadcasting Corp.
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist.
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: In an interview with Chuck Close, he describes the differences between pre and post illness, including his mark on the "mugshot" type of portrait.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

February 1998
2007-6, 2007-6D "Chuck Close Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
SERIES: CNN
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY:A retrospective overview with an emphasis on Close's methodology.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-5
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

March 27, 1998
2007-7 "Ludwig Mies- Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
SERIES: National, Breakfast with the Arts
PARTICIPANTS: Terrance Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Barry Bergdoll, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: An informal discussion regarding the economic structure of Germany during Mies' most active period.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

August 12, 2001
2007-8 "Hitchcock Piece"

PERSONALITY: Alfred Hitchcock
SERIES: ABC TV- Good Morning America
PARTICIPANTS: Joel Siegel, movie critic.
EXHIBITION: Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Overview of storyboards used in Hitchcock's films, on view at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

August 13, 1999
2007-9 "CNN Dub"

PERSONALITY: Andreas Gursky
SERIES: CNN
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Andreas Gursky [MoMA Exh. #1883, February 28(March 4), 2001-May 15, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A discussion about Andreas Gursky's first major American retrospective and his relationship between the masses and society.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

August 13, 1999
2007-10 "Titanic/Picasso Painting/MoMA"

SERIES: CNN Morning News; 10:00 a.m- 11: 30 a.m.
PARTICIPANTS: CNN News correspondents.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News segment on the film "Titanic" with view of Pablo Picasso's "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" in one of the ship's staterooms. The painting is located at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

March 6, 1998
2007-11a "April 1997 Program - The Digital Video Wall at 1251 Avenue of the Americas"

PLACE: 1251 Avenue of the Americas
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lucier, Skip Blumberg, Gusztav Hamos, Max Almy, Dennis Day and Ian Middleton, Kit Fitzgerald and John Sanborn, Peter Campus, Peter Callas, Doug Hall, Shelly Silver, William Wegman and Robert Breer with New Order, MICA-TV
EXHIBITION: "Digital Video Wall"
DATA: 1 of 2 Standard VHS video tapes.
SUMMARY: Looping series of short video works by various artists.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

April, 1997
2007-11b "April 1997 Program - The Digital Video Wall at 1251 Avenue of the Americas"

PLACE: 1251 Avenue of the Americas
PARTICIPANTS: Rhonda Abrams, Nelson Hendricks, Merce Cunningham and Charles Atlas, Dennis Day and Ian Middleton, Elizabeth Van der Zaag, Susan Rynard, Taka Iimura, Shawn Chappelle, David Byrne.
EXHIBITION: "Digital Video Wall"
DATA: 2 of 2 Standard VHS video tapes.
SUMMARY: Looping series of short video works by various artists.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

April, 1997
2007-12 "The Souls of New York 7 with Ed Koch"

PERSONALITY: Brent Sterling Nemetz
SERIES: The Souls of New York
PARTICIPANTS: Ed Koch, former Mayor of New York City.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: The Museum of Modern Art is featured in the Souls of New York segment.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

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2007-13 "The Museum of Modern Art Workspheres"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Canal Plus
PARTICIPANTS: Paula Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Profile on the exhibition about office ergonomics, spatial room for thinking and the flexibility of modern work methods and technology.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

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2007-14 "Three Tenors"

SERIES: CNN Today
PARTICIPANTS: The three tenors
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Three Tenors, CNN Today
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

July 8, 1998
2007-15 "Andreas Gursky"

SERIES: Kulture Aktuell Kulturszene
PARTICIPANTS: Andreas Gurksy, Photographer; Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Andreas Gursky [MoMA Exh. #1883, February 28(March 4), 2001-May 15, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Andreas Gursky exhibition footage and interviews with Andreas Gursky and Peter Galassi.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: This recording is in German.

March 1, 2001
2007-16, 2007-16D "Film Preservation Interstitial"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art's Pennslyvania Film Warehouse
SERIES: Film Preservation, AMC
PARTICIPANTS: Steve Higgins, chief curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Artie Wehrhahn, film vault manager; Casey Connor, Producer; Mayra Bustamante, Editor.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Steve Higgins and Artie Wehrhahn are interviewed and discuss the unique issues that film preservation presents.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: Recording 2007-16D contains entire program aired on AMC on October 5, 1997. Recording 2007-16 contains program excerpt of MoMA's film preservation team.

September 25, 1997
2007-17, 2007-17D "Jackson Pollock"

SERIES: Bravo Arts and Minds.
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Kimmelman, writer for The New York Times.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A profile on the Jackson Pollock retrospective including video footage of Pollock's recreated studio within the MoMA exhibition.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

March 12, 1999
2007-18 "Workspheres/Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: FNC-TV Cable, KTBC-TV (FOX), Austin WKBN-TV (CBS), Youngstown KHON-TV (FOX), Honolulu WHBQ-TV (FOX), Memphis WYFX-TV (FOX), Youngstown WTVT-TV (FOX), Tampa KRIV0TV (FOX), Houston WCBS-TV (CBS), New York WSVN-TV (FOX), Miami
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Fox news coverage on The Museum of Modern Art's exhibition "Workspheres."
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

February 15, 2001 - February 24, 2001
2007-19 "Richard Widmark Tribute"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: AMC: Behind the Screen
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lea Bandy, curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Bogdanovich, director; Richard Widmark, actor.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art's Department of Special Events.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A tribute to actor Richard Widmark with a congratulatory dinner.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

December 28, 1997
2007-20, 2007-20D "Fresh Gear - NY Special; The Green Couch"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Fresh Gear; The Green Couch
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 2 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Barbara London discusses her international travels and the various artists who she had seen and digitally documented along the way. With Jim Louderback of Fresh Gear. Dupe includes related segment of The Green Couch
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

October 3, 1998
2007-21, 2007-21D "David Rockefeller"

SERIES: Charlie Rose Show
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, announcer; David Rockefeller, chairman emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: David Rockefeller reflects on his mother, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, as a philanthropist as well as the legacy of his entire family.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

December 1, 1998
2007-22, 2007-22D "Highlights of TV Coverage"

SERIES:CNN, Charlie Rose, City Arts, NBC, NY1, CBS, ABC
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Chuck Close, artist; Rudy Giuliani, mayor, New York City; David Rockefeller, chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: TV Coverage of various Museum exhibitions and the upcoming expansion.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1998
2007-23, 2007-23D "Workspheres Airchecks"

EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clips from various news stations covering the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1998
2007-24 "Jackson Pollock"

SERIES: TV Coverage, Reuter's Television
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Overview of Jackson Pollock retrospective with an emphasis on documenting specific works of art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1998
2007-25, 2007-25D "Mies Panel"

SERIES: PBS, Charlie Rose Show.
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, host; Barry Bergdoll, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Phyllis Lambert, architect; Paul Goldberger, The New Yorker.
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion of who Mies van der Rohe was and how he conceptualized his work.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 12, 2001
2007-26 "Van Gogh, The Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: WNYW-TV (FOX), New York, Ten O'Clock News
EXHIBITION: Van Gogh's Postman: The Portraits of Joseph Roulin [MoMA Exh. #1881, January 31(February 1), 2001-May 15, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A mention of Van Gogh's "The Postman" in the NY minute.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

February 1, 2001
2007-27 "Workspheres 1 Hour Loop"

EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Indepth view of the concepts and designs in the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

February 1, 2001
2007-28 "Workspheres at MoMA"

SERIES: The Brazilian Network, Manhattan Connection. Metropolis- TV Cultura
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Overview of the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish.

March 2, 2001
2007-29, 2007-29D "Workspheres at MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Paola Antonelli
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: B-Roll for news stations for the exhibition "Workspheres."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-54, 2008-55, 2005-20, 2007-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2007

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2007-30 "Mondrian: MoMA"

SERIES: Mediaworks
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Commercial for the Mondrian exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

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2007-31, 2007-31D "MoMA TV Coverage"


DATA: 1 BETA SP Cassette tape; Duplicate is 1 BETA SP Cassette tape.
SUMMARY: 1997 Compilation tape.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

1997
2007-32, 2007-32D "Picasso Soundbites and B-Roll Package"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: DWJ Television
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation (April 28- September, 17, 1996) MoMA Exh.# 1743
DATA: 1 Umatic cassette tape; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry details the current Picasso exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art and provides background for the historical relationship between the Museum and Pablo Picasso.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-61, 96-24, 96-25.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1996
2007-33 "Chuck Close on Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
PLACE: The Charlie Rose Show
SERIES: PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist; Charlie Rose, host.
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 BETA SP - L Cassette tape.
SUMMARY: Charlie Rose Show, PBS
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-54, 91-1, 97-12, 2007-4.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 27, 1998
2007-34, 2007-34D "Conversations with Roy DeCarava"

PARTICIPANTS: Roy DeCarava, photographer.
SPONSOR: Independent Documentary Fund.
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1736, January 24(25)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: 1 BETA Cassette tape; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A film by Carroll Parrott Blue about the life and work of Roy DeCarava.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

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2007-35 "Latin American Artists"

PARTICIPANTS: Edward James Olmos, actor.
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: 1 BETA Cassette tape.
SUMMARY: Commercial enticing viewers to visit The Museum of Modern Art and celebrate an exhibition dedicated to Latin American art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

1993
2007-36, 2007-36D "Dub of 'Segments on Cars of the Millenium'"

SERIES: ABC, NBC, KXAS, Dallas, WLS, Chicago, Eyewitness News, 5:00PM, Today, 7:00 AM
Newschannel 5, 5:30 AM, ABC 7 News, 5:00 PM
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 3/4" Umatic Cassette tape; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News segments covering the various concept cars for the new millennium.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

Various dates from July 22, 1999 to August 25, 1999
2007-37 "Moneyline"

DATA: 1 BETA SP-L Cassette tape.
SUMMARY: CNN Moneyline
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 5, 2001
2007-38 "Museum of Modern Art's 70th Anniversary"

SERIES: NY1 WWOR-TV, New York, Hourly News, 6:00-7:00 PM, UPN Nine News, 10:00-11:00 PM
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News segments celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the opening of The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 7, 1999
2007-39 "Voices of the Millennium/ Agnes Gund"

SERIES: CNN Newsstand, 10:00-11:00 PM
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, president, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Agnes Gund speaks about the role of art in our cultural fabric.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

December 14, 1999
2007-40 "Jazz at MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: NY1 8:00 Edition, 8:00-9:00 PM
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Commercial advertisement for the weekly Jazz at MoMA events.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

January 21, 2000
2007-41 "Guggenheim"

SERIES: CNN Newsstand, 10:00-11:00 PM
PARTICIPANTS: Thomas Krens, director, Guggenheim Museum.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: CNN investigates the role of the contemporary museum director and how educated they must be with economic strategies.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 2, 1999
2007-42 "Jackson Pollock"

SERIES: CNN International ARTV, "The Art Club"
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: An exploration into the role of Abstract Expressionists in American Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

January 1999
2007-43 "Jackson Pollock compilation tape"

SERIES: Great Masters with Charlie Rose, The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, Breakfast with the Arts, Jackson Pollock, Metro Weekend, CNN Newsroom, Headline news, Today and Newstand, City Arts, Channel 11 News at Ten, NY Nonstop, New York Report, RAI National News, ARD German TV: Jackson Pollock.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Extensive news segment compilation tape.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 1, 1998 - February 2, 1999
2007-44, 2007-44D "Style with Elsa Klensch"

SERIES: CNN Style
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, 1 Beta Cassette tape.
SUMMARY: Terence Riley walks through the exhibition, discusses some of the 26 house models on display.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

July 24-25, 1999
2007-45 "Jackson Pollock"

SERIES: RAI-TV
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Commercial advertisement promoting the Jackson Pollock Retrospective.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish.

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2007-46 "Jackson Pollock on CNN"

SERIES: CNN Newsroom, Headline News, CNN Today
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: CNN News stories, with various segments regarding the major retrospective of Jackson Pollock's work at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 4, 1998
2007-47 "Jackson Pollock Segment"

SERIES: WABC-TV New York Non-stop
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Retrospective news clip of the Jackson Pollock exhibition with an emphasis on Kirk Varnedoe.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

January 16, 1999
2007-48, 2007-48D "Jackson Pollock Segment"

SERIES: City Arts
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Kimmelman, writer, The New York Times; Peter Plagens, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture of Modern Art; Helen Frankenthaler, artist; Pepe Karmel, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture; Dore Ashton, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Artists and scholars investigate how documentation of Jackson Pollock's painting methods gave way to an interest in performance.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 20, 1998
2007-49 "The Un-Private House"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: The Un-Private House interactive table & welcome MAT installation and operation - rough, unedited footage of the exhibition space.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 20, 1998
2007-50 "Jackson Pollock Exhibit/MoMA"

SERIES: PBS Jim Lehrer
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Profile on Jackson Pollock including an interview with Kirk Varnedoe regarding Pollock's legacy.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

January 11, 1999
2007-51 "The Un-Private House"

SERIES: FNC-TV Cable, FOX News Now, 10:00 AM
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News segments on the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

September 30, 1999
2007-52 "The Un-Private House/MoMA"

SERIES: WCBS-TV, New York, Channel 2 News, 6:00-6:30 PM
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News segment about the exhibition "The Un-Private House" with appearance by Terence Riley.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

August 18, 1999
2007-53 "Jackson Pollock Exhibit"


SERIES: WCBS-TV, New York WPIX-TV, New York, Channel 2 News at 11, 11:00-11:35PM
annel 11 News at Ten, 10:00-11:00PM
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Various news clips covering the Jackson Pollock retrospective.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February, 2007

November 5, 1998
2007-54 "Printed Art: A View of Two Decades"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 80.13.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 26, 1980
2007-55a "VideoView: Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 1 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.2
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 12, 1981
2007-55b "VideoView: Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 2 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.2
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 12, 1981
2007-56 "Printed Art"

PERSONALITY: Alex Katz.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Alex Katz, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 11, 1980
2007-57 "Printed Art"

PERSONALITY: Richard Artschwager
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Artschwager, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2007.56.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 11, 1980
2007-58a "VideoView"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960 [MoMA Exh. #1221, July 26-October 2, 1978]
DATA: 1 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED Sound recording #78.56
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 19, 1976
2007-58b "VideoView"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960 [MoMA Exh. #1221, July 26-October 2, 1978]
DATA: 2 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording #78.56
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 19, 1976
2007-58c "VideoView"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960 [MoMA Exh. #1221, July 26-October 2, 1978]
DATA: 3 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording #78.56
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 19, 1976
2007-59 "Printed Art"

PERSONALITY: Mel Bochner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Mel Bochner, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.56, 2007.57.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 26, 1980
2007-60 "Printed Art"

PERSONALITY: Joyce Hozloff
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Joyce Hozloff, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.59, 2007.56, 2007.59.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 26, 1980
2007-61 "Printed Art"

PERSONALITY: Ed Ruscha
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Ed Ruscha, artist.
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.59, 2007.56, 2007.59.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 11, 1980
2007-62a "Jackie Winsor"

PERSONALITY: Jackie Winsor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Jackie Winsor, artist.
EXHIBITION: Jackie Winsor [MoMA Exh. #1245, January 12-March 6, 1979]
DATA: 1 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 24, 1979
2007-62b "Jackie Winsor"

PERSONALITY: Jackie Winsor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Jackie Winsor
EXHIBITION: Jackie Winsor [MoMA Exh. #1245, January 12-March 6, 1979]
DATA: 2 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 24, 1979
2007-62c "Jackie Winsor"

PERSONALITY: Jackie Winsor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jackie Winsor
EXHIBITION: Jackie Winsor [MoMA Exh. #1245, January 12-March 6, 1979]
DATA: 3 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 24, 1979
2007-63a "Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 1 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.55a, 2007.55b.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 18, 1981
2007-63b "Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 2 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.55a, 2007.55b.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 18, 1981
2007-63c "Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 3 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.55a, 2007.55b.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 18, 1981
2007-64a "John Szarkowski"

PERSONALITY: John Szarkowski
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: John Szarkowski
DATA: 1 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 25, 1979
2007-64b "John Szarkowski"

PERSONALITY: John Szarkowski
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Szarkowski
DATA: 2 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 25, 1979
2007-65a "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Peter Bunnell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Bunnell, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 1 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.70
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-65b "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Peter Bunnell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Bunnell, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 2 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.70
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-65c "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Peter Bunnell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Bunnell, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 3 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.70
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-65d "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Peter Bunnell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Bunnell, art historian.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 4 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.70
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-66a "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Carl E. Schorske
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Carl E. Shorske, professor, Princeton University.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 1 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-65a/d
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-66b "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Carl E. Schorske
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Carl E. Shorske, professor, Princeton University.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 2 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-65a/d
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-66c "Art of the Twenties"

PERSONALITY: Carl E. Schorske
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Carl E. Shorske, professor, Princeton University.
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 3 of 3 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-65a/d
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 16, 1980
2007-67a "New Work on Paper"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: New Work on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1303, February 11-April 21, 1981]
DATA: 1 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 11, 1981
2007-67b "New Work on Paper"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: New Work on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1303, February 11-April 21, 1981]
DATA: 2 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 11, 1981
2007-67c "New Work on Paper"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: New Work on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1303, February 11-April 21, 1981]
DATA: 3 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 11, 1981
2007-67d "New Work on Paper"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: New Work on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1303, February 11-April 21, 1981]
DATA: 4 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recording 98.1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 11, 1981
2007-68a "Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 1 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.55a, 2007.55b.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 26, 1981
2007-68b "Before Photography"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 2 of 2 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007.55a, 2007.55b.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 26, 1981
2007-69a "Transformations in Modern Architecture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Transformations in Modern Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1250, February 21-April 24, 1979]
DATA: 1 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.29
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 10, 1979
2007-69b "Transformations in Modern Architecture"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Transformations in Modern Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1250, February 21-April 24, 1979]
DATA: 2 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.29
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 10, 1979
2007-69c "Transformations in Modern Architecture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Transformations in Modern Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1250, February 21-April 24, 1979]
DATA: 3 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.29
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 10, 1979
2007-69d "Transformations in Modern Architecture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Transformations in Modern Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1250, February 21-April 24, 1979]
DATA: 4 of 4 V-30H videotapes (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound recording 79.29
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 10, 1979
2007-70 "African Textiles: Children's Tours"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: African Textiles and Decorative Arts [MoMA Exh. #1012c, October 11, 1972-January 31, 1973]
DATA: 1 V-30H videotape (for helical scan recorders)
RELATED MATERIAL: 99-9
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

n.d.
2007-71a, 2007-71aD "2000 Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Rajchman; Robert Bruegmann; Richard Rorty; Peter Eisenman, architect.
SPONSOR: SOM Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium exploring the synthesis of architectural theory and modern practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2001.27
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

November 10, 2000
2007-71b, 2007-71bD "2000 Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Rajchman; Robert Bruegmann; Richard Rorty; Peter Eisenman, architect.
SPONSOR: SOM Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium exploring the synthesis of architectural theory and modern practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2001.27
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

November 10, 2000
2007-71c, 2007-71cD "2000 Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Rajchman; Robert Bruegmann; Richard Rorty; Peter Eisenman, architect.
SPONSOR: SOM Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium exploring the synthesis of architectural theory and modern practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2001.27
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

November 10, 2000
2007-71d "2000 Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Rajchman; Robert Bruegmann; Richard Rorty; Peter Eisenman, architect.
SPONSOR: SOM Foundation.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A symposium exploring the synthesis of architectural theory and modern practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2001.27
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: This tape is damaged and mute.

November 10, 2000
2007-71e, 2007-71eD "A Theory of Practice?"; "Forms of Inquiry and Innovation" "Public Space and the Public"; "Conversation 2"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; K. Michael Hays; Iñaki Abalos; Stan Allen; Christian Girard; Mark Linder; Robert Somol; Caroline Bos; Gene King; Mahadev Raman; Mark Wamble; Raymond Gastil; Rosalyn Deutsche; Walter Hood; Martha Rosler; Roger Sherman; Cornel West; Rem Koolhaas
DATA: 1 BetacamSP; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2001

November 11, 2000
2007-71f, 2007-71fD "A Theory of Practice?"; "Forms of Inquiry and Innovation" "Public Space and the Public"; "Conversation 2"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; K. Michael Hays; Iñaki Abalos; Stan Allen; Christian Girard; Mark Linder; Robert Somol; Caroline Bos; Gene King; Mahadev Raman; Mark Wamble; Raymond Gastil; Rosalyn Deutsche; Walter Hood; Martha Rosler; Roger Sherman; Cornel West; Rem Koolhaas
DATA: 1 BetacamSP; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2001

November 11, 2000
2007-71g, 2007-71gD "A Theory of Practice?"; "Forms of Inquiry and Innovation" "Public Space and the Public"; "Conversation 2"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; K. Michael Hays; Iñaki Abalos; Stan Allen; Christian Girard; Mark Linder; Robert Somol; Caroline Bos; Gene King; Mahadev Raman; Mark Wamble; Raymond Gastil; Rosalyn Deutsche; Walter Hood; Martha Rosler; Roger Sherman; Cornel West; Rem Koolhaas
DATA: 1 BetacamSP; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2001

November 11, 2000
2007-71h "A Theory of Practice?"; "Forms of Inquiry and Innovation" "Public Space and the Public"; "Conversation 2"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Things in the Making: Contemporary Architecture and the Pragmatist Imagination
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Joan Ockman; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; K. Michael Hays; Iñaki Abalos; Stan Allen; Christian Girard; Mark Linder; Robert Somol; Caroline Bos; Gene King; Mahadev Raman; Mark Wamble; Raymond Gastil; Rosalyn Deutsche; Walter Hood; Martha Rosler; Roger Sherman; Cornel West; Rem Koolhaas
DATA: 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: Lecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2001

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 11, 2000
2007-72, 2007-72D "Mamoru Kawaguchi"

PERSONALITY: Mamoru Kawaguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Candela Lecture
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mamoru Kawaguchi, engineer.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is Hi8.
SUMMARY: Slide presentation followed by discussion of work by Kawaguchi.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

March 13, 2001
2007-73 "Happy Birthday Mr. Johnson"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, curator and architect; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Philip Johnson's 90th Birthday Celebration including an interview with Johnson in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

1996
2007-74, 2007-74D "Architects' Panel"

SERIES: Charlie Rose Show
PARTICIPANTS: Victoria Newhouse, architectural historian; Frank Gehry, architect; Herbert Muschamp, The New York Times; Paul Goldberger, The New Yorker.
SPONSOR: Thirteen.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Discussion about the role of architecture in museums and how synthesis artworks and spatial relationships.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-87
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

06/09/1998
2007-75 "Expansion of MoMA/Mayor Giuliani"

PERSONALITY: Mayor Giuliani
SERIES: NY1
PARTICIPANTS: Rudy Giuliani, mayor of New York City.
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Hourly news segment regarding New York City's budget and the contribution to The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

November 18, 1998
2007-76 "TV Funhouse"

SERIES: The Simpsons- Treehouse of Horror XI
SPONSOR: Nice Shot Productions.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Simpsons Halloween episode.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

December 2, 1998
2007-77 "Rough Cut: MoMA 2000"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography; Peter Galassi, chief curator, Department of Photography; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, president emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Michael Blackwood Productions.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: An exploration into the unique interdepartmental culture of The Museum of Modern Art and the future of the Museum.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2000
2007-78 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: NY1 Hourly News.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip focusing on MoMA's expansion and temporary exhibition space in the former Swingline factory in Long Island City Queens.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

January 26, 2000
2007-79 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: 10 o'clock Fox News; UPN 9 news.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip focusing on MoMA's expansion project and move to Long Island City.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

January 26, 200
2007-80 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: Eight O'Clock News NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip regarding MoMA expansion and angry midtown Manhattan residents fighting the zoning commission.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

September 6, 2000
2007-81 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: NY1 News
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip regarding MoMA expansion into the renovated Swingline factory.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

October 18, 2000
2007-82 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: NY1 News.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip briefing about a 5 million dollar grant for the MoMAQNS renovation.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

November 1, 2000
2007-83, 2007-83D "MoMA Builds"

PERSONALITY: Steve Martin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Voice-over by Steve Martin, actor.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 3 Standard VHS; 1 Betacam SP
SUMMARY: Created and produced by Proun Space Studio for MoMA, displaying virtual plans for the renovated midtown location.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-164
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2001
2007-84 "MoMA Groundbreaking"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: NBC/ABS/CBS.
PARTICIPANTS: David Rockefeller, chairman, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York City.
SPONSOR: News 4 New York, Eyewitness News, Channel 2 News.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clips of the initial construction phase of MoMA's expansion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-85
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 10, 2001
2007-85 "MoMA Groundbreaking"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: CBS Channel 2 News at Six.
PARTICIPANTS: Rudy Giuliani, mayor of New York City.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clips of the initial construction phase of MoMA's expansion.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 10, 2001
2007-86 "MoMA Groundbreaking"

SERIES: ABC/NBC
PARTICIPANTS: Rudy Giuliani, Major, New York City; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Eyewitness News/News 4 New York.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clips of the initial construction phase of MoMA's expansion and the controversary regarding Giuliani's "decency panel."
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 10, 2001
2007-87, 2007-87D "MoMA Expansion"

SERIES: Charlie Rose Show
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect.
SPONSOR: Thirteen.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Charlie Rose interviews Glenn Lowry and Yoshio Taniguchi about the proposed expansion project and their individual ideas on art and architecture.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 25, 2001
2007-88, 2007-88D "MoMA QNS Press Conference Coverage.

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: News All Day.
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Maltzan, architect.
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Introduction of MoMAQNS.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

October 31, 2001
2007-89 "Ansel Adams"

PERSONALITY: Ansel Adams
SERIES: PBS Home Video
SPONSOR: The Sierra Club Foundation.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Portrait of an artist. Directed by Ric Burns.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2002
2007-90, 2007-90D "Art in Our Time: Toward a New Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography; Peter Galassi, chief curator, Department of Photography; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, president emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Michael Blackwood Productions.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: An exploration into the unique interdepartmental culture of The Museum of Modern Art and the future of the Museum.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2002
2007-91, 2007-91D "MoMA Builds No WTC"

DATA: 1 Betacam SP-S Cassette; Duplicate is 1 Betacam SP-S Cassette.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 2002
2007-92, 2007-92D "Kirk Varnedoe"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
SERIES: Charlie Rose Show.
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Director of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Thirteen.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Charlie Rose interviews Kirk Varnedoe about his life and his definitions of modern art.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

Febuary 1, 2002
2007-93 "Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: ABC
SPONSOR: Museum of Modern Art Special Events.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Primetime Thursday news clip regarding benefit events, including one at The Museum of Modern Art, sponsored by drug companies.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

February 2, 2002
2007-94 "MoMA Moving"

SERIES: WNBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: MoMA moving to Long Island City Queens news clip.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

April 29, 2002
2007-95 "Peter Galassi- MoMA Moving"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News All Day news clip with an exhibition overview given by Peter Galassi before the Museum moves to its temporary home in Queens.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 16, 2002
2007-96 "MoMA Moving- Director Glenn Lowry.

PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Eyewitness News
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News clip about MoMA's relocation to Long Island City Queens.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 20, 2002
2007-97 "MoMA Moving"

SERIES: WB11 Morning News.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News Clip including interviews with New York City residents about their thoughts on the Museum's move to Long Island City.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

May 21, 2002
2007-98, 2007-98D "MoMAQNS VNR"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, chairman, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Bloomberg, mayor, New York City.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video News Release including interior shots of MoMA QNS, interviews with small business owners in Long Island City, Queens and ribbon cutting of the new exhibition space.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-20
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: Duplicate version includes an anchor lead-in clip.

06/2002
2007-99 "MoMAQNS VNR Rough Cut"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, chairman, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Bloomberg, major, New York City.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Video News Release rough cut about the Museum's relocation.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-98
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

06/2002
2007-100 "New York New York!"

SERIES: Museum Musts.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: New York New York Summer Inflight Entertainment includes mention to visit The Museum of Modern Art in Queens.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

06/2002
2007-101 "MoMA Moving to LIC"

SERIES: NBC, CBS, WB, Fox, ABC, NY1
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Video News Release for CBS, Fox, NBC, ABC covering The Museum of Modern Art's procession over the Queensboro bridge with footage of artist Kiki Smith.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 23-24, 2002
2007-102 "Museum of Modern Art- Peter Reed"

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: NBC, Today in New York
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News release focusing on MoMA's relocation to Queens, including a sneak peek of the exhibition "Autobodies."
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 26, 2002
2007-103 "Robert Menschel/MoMA President"

PERSONALITY: Robert Menschel
SERIES: NY1 Close Up.
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Menschel, President, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Interview with Robert Menschel about MoMA's move to Queens and the efforts to maintain attendance figures.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 2, 2002
2007-104 "MoMA Moving to Queens"

SERIES: ABC, NY1.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News release for MoMA's relocation to Queens for WABC-TV and NY1.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-105
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 23, 2002
2007-105 "Museum of Modern Art"

SERIES: WABC-TV, NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News release for MoMA's relocation to Queens.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-104
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 27, 2002
2007-106 "Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art QNS
SERIES: NY1, NBC, CBS, UPN, WB,
PARTICIPANTS: Scott Newman, architect; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: MoMAQNS's opening news release for NY1, WNBC, WCBS, WWOR, WPIX.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-104, 2007-105
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 27, 2002-July 1, 2002
2007-107 "Digital Review- MoMA.Org"

SERIES: NY1
EXHIBITION: Tall Buildings [MoMA Exh. #1921, July 16, 2004 - September 27, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: NY1's review of the exhibition's corresponding website on The Museum of Modern Art main page.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

August 4, 2004
2007-108, 2007-108D "Tall Buildings at Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: NY1 News All Day
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Rem Koolhaas, architect.
EXHIBITION: Tall Buildings [MoMA Exh. #1921, July 16, 2004 - September 27, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: NY1's review of the Museum's current exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 16, 2004
2007-109 "Whipple's World/Sofia Coppola"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: NY1
PARTICIPANTS: Sofia Coppola, director; Moby, musician; Quentin Tarantino, director.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage of The Museum of Modern Art's event in honor of Sofia Coppola.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

March 31, 2004
2007-110 "Holiday Gifts- MoMA Membership"

SERIES: The Today Show, NBC
PARTICIPANTS: The Today Show cast.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: The Today Show's recommendation for giving holiday gifts, including a MoMA membership.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

December 16, 2004
2007-111, 2007-111D "Max Beckmann Exhibit at MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: NY1.
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. #1908, June 26 - September 29, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is VHS.
SUMMARY: Mention of current MoMA exhibition and biographical overview of Max Beckmann.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

June 30, 2003
2007-112 "Fashioning Fiction-MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: VIDEOFASHION!
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Eva Respini, assistant curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Fashioning Fiction in Photography Since 1990 [MoMA Exh. #1919a, April 16, 2004 - June 28, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Style show gives an overview of the fashion exhibit on at MoMA and the participants discuss fashion photography's place in the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-160
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

August 7, 2004
2007-113 "MoMA Store"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Gift Shop
SERIES: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
PARTICIPANTS: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy cast.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy cast shops at the MoMA Store.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

August 31, 2004
2007-114, 2007-114D "Museum of Modern Art- El Museo del Barrio"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: NY1, WNBC.
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Julian, Zugazagoitia, director, El Museo del Barrio.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Review of The Museum of Modern Art and El Museo del Barrio's groundbreaking collaboration.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: This recording has inconsistent tracking.

March 1, 2004
2007-115 "Friendly Exhibits"

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: Eyewitness News ABC
PARTICIPANTS: Jean Shin, artist.
EXHIBITION: Projects 81: Jean Shin [MoMA Exh. #1920, June 10, 2004 - September 27, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Family-friendly suggestions for museum outings, including Jean Shin's exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 1, 2004
2007-116 "Field Trip - Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Fox News at 5 and CBS
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage of NY Public School students taking a field trip to The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

February 26, 2003
2007-117a, 2007-117D "Aalto Vase 1, 2, 3, 4"

PLACE: Hackamn Iitala Shop
PARTICIPANTS: Glass blowers in the Iitala shop.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 1 of 4 BetaCam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY Footage of Aalto vase being blown at various stages in its production.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-118
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

April 1996
2007-117b, 2007-117D "Aalto Vase 1, 2, 3, 4"

PLACE: Hackamn Iitala Shop
PARTICIPANTS: Glass blowers in the Iitala shop.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 2 of 4 BetaCam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY Footage of Aalto vase being blown at various stages in its production.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-118
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

April 1996
2007-117c, 2007-117D "Aalto Vase 1, 2, 3, 4"

PLACE: Hackamn Iitala Shop
PARTICIPANTS: Glass blowers in the Iitala shop.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 3 of 4 BetaCam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY Footage of Aalto vase being blown at various stages in its production.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-118
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

April 1996
2007-117d, 2007-117D "Aalto Vase 1, 2, 3, 4"

PLACE: Hackamn Iitala Shop
PARTICIPANTS: Glass blowers in the Iitala shop.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 4 of 4 BetaCam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY Footage of Aalto vase being blown at various stages in its production.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-118
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

April 1996
2007-118, 2007-118D "Aalto Vase 5 (slides)"

PLACE: Hackamn Iitala Shop
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 1 BetaCam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Slides of dishes and vases.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-117
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

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2007-119, 2007-119D "Sunila Pulp Mill," "Villa Mairea," "Experimental House," "National Pensions Inst," "Church of 3 Crosses"

PLACE: Finland.
SPONSOR: Finnish Broadcasting Company.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 1 BetaCam Sp, 1 Standard VHS; Second duplicate is laserdisc.
SUMMARY: Footage of various architectural sites.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-117, 2007-118
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July, 2007

September 21, 1998
2007-120, 2007-120D "Salone Internazionale dell'auto e della moto Bologna 1998"

PLACE: USA/Sweden.
SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Demonstration of "cubic printing" and a winter road test.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-123, 2007-121, 2007-122, 2007-124.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

1998
2007-121, 2007-121D "Le Mondial de l'Automobile a Paris 1998""

SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press information with clips of a quintessential Smart Car dealership visit.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-123, 2007-120, 2007-122, 2007-124.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

1998
2007-122, 2007-122D "Smart Crossblade Film and Footage"

SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press release for the Smart Car Crossblade model.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-123, 2007-120, 2007-121, 2007-124.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2002
2007-123, 2007-123D "We Make the Way You Move"

PLACE: Smart Car Factory, France.
SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A tour of Smartville; an indepth look at the production of the Smart Car.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-122, 2007-120, 2007-121, 2007-124.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

2002
2007-124, 2007-124D "72e Salon International de l'Automobile Geneve 2002"

SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP, 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press information with clips of the Smart car in motion and close ups.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-122, 2007-120, 2007-121, 2007-123.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

1998
2007-125 "IBM Research/MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi.
SERIES: Good Day New York
PARTICIPANTS: Lauretta Jones, IBM, research division; Peter Galassi, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage on new touch screen kiosks to be placed within MoMA exhibition spaces.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 15, 2002
2007-126 "MoMA Thanks Cabbies"

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: Eyewitness News, NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: MoMA staff members hand out donuts and coffee to cab drivers on Cab Driver Appreciation Day.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 18, 2002
2007-127 "New York New York!"

SERIES: Inflight Entertainment Incorporated
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Museum Musts segment includes a MoMAQNS mention.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-149, 2007-162, 2007-100.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July/August/September 2003
2007-128 "Ansel at Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: John Szarkowski
SERIES: CNN National
SPONSOR: CNN
PARTICIPANTS: John Szarkowski, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams at 100 [MoMA Exh. #1909, July 11-November 3, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Exhibition highlights with commentary by John Szarkowski.
RELATED MATERIAL: 79-2a/d, 82-3, 2007-89.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

July 12, 2003
2007-129, 2007-129D "Museum of Modern Art-Competition"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe, John Elderfield.
SERIES: CBS National
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Interview with emphasis on competition between Matisse and Picasso and who might have "won" the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-140, 2005-5.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

April 13, 2003
2007-130, 2007-130D "Party in the Garden"

PERSONALITY: David Rockefeller
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Party in the Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Honorary Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Menschel, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Honorary Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie Josee Kravis, President, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVD, 1 HDCam
SUMMARY: The Party in the Garden honoring David Rockefeller. The Museum of Modern Art's annual fundraising event to benefit the Annual Fund.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-199, 2002-1
DONOR: Department of Information Technology
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

June 7, 2005
2007-131, 2007-131D "Owls at Noon"

PERSONALITY: Chris Marker
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Pannonia Foundation
EXHIBITION: Chris Marker: Owls at Noon, Prelude: The Hollow Men [MoMA Exh. #1942, April 27, 2005-June 13, 2005]
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: This installation by Chris Marker, OWLS AT NOON Prelude: The Hollow Men, is the first element of a work in progress conceived for The Yoshiko and Akio Morita Gallery.
DONOR: Department of Information Technology
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

NOTE: This is a recording of the video installation, not the original video.

2005
2007-132 "Breakfast with the Arts: Woody Allen"

SERIES: A&E
PARTICIPANTS: Woody Allen, actor.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Interview with Woody Allen.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

n.d.
2007-133 "Life and Debt"


SPONSOR: A Film by Stephanie Black
EXHIBITION: Tempo [MoMA Exh. #1897, June 29, 2002 - September 9, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A film about the impact of globalization upon Jamaica.

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition research materials of MoMA Exh #1897

n.d.
2007-134 "Avant Retro-MoMA Comes to Berlin"


PLACE: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
SERIES: Deutsche Welle
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Documentary footage of the installation of The Museum of Modern Art's artworks into the Nationalgalerie. Includes interviews with Glenn Lowry and John Elderfield about MoMA"s historical relationship with European artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-135
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

February 23, 2004
2007-135 "Rough Cut MoMA in Berlin"

PLACE: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
SERIES: Deutsche Welle
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Documentary footage of the installation of The Museum of Modern Art's artworks into the Nationalgalerie. Includes interviews with Glenn Lowry and John Elderfield about MoMA"s historical relationship with European artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-134
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: This is an unedited version of 2007-134

September 2, 2004
2007-136 "Journal de la Culture / Le Mona De New York"

SERIES: Arte.
SPONSOR: TNS Media Intelligence.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press coverage on the renovated Museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-137
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: This recording is in French.

December 16, 2004
2007-137 "Le MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Arte
SPONSOR: TNS Media Intelligence
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press coverage on The Museum of Modern Art's collection.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-136
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

NOTE: This recording is in French

December 9, 2004
2007-138, 2007-138D "WTC Cooper Union Symposium"


PLACE: Cooper Union, New York.
SERIES: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Press footage of the WTC symposium where all bidding architects gathered their memorial proposals for the World Trade Center site.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

January 15, 2003
2007-139, 2007-139D "Meyer-Restaurants"

PERSONALITY: Danny Meyer
SERIES: CBS-TV
PARTICIPANTS: Danny Meyer, restauranteur.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An upclose overview of Danny Meyer's career and successes as a restauranteur.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

January 26, 2003
2007-140 "Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: Pierre Schneider
SERIES: Charlie Rose.
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, Host; Pierre Schneider, Matisse biographer.
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Interview with Pierre Schneider about his interest in Matisse.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

January 30, 2003
2007-141, 2007-141aD "Party in the Garden"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Atrium
SERIES: Party in the Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City; Robert Menschel, Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie-Josee Kravis, President of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Martin Scorsese, Director; Leon and Debra Black, philanthropists and entrepreneurs.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: The Party in the Garden benefits The Annual Fund of The Museum of Modern Art and the maintenance of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. This year, the Party in the Garden honored Leon and Debra Black and Martin Scorsese. At the After-Dinner Dance, Shawn "JAY-Z" Carter introduced a live performance by singer-songwriter Chrisette Michele
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-1
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

May 15, 2007
2007-141, 2007-141bD "Party in the Garden"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Atrium
SERIES: Party in the Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City; Robert Menschel, Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie-Josee Kravis, President of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Martin Scorsese, Director; Leon and Debra Black, philanthropists and entrepreneurs.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: The Party in the Garden benefits The Annual Fund of The Museum of Modern Art and the maintenance of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. This year, the Party in the Garden honored Leon and Debra Black and Martin Scorsese. At the After-Dinner Dance, Shawn "JAY-Z" Carter introduced a live performance by singer-songwriter Chrisette Michele
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-1
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

May 15, 2007
2007-142 "Senator Maltese with Katy McDonald"

SPONSOR: New York State Senate
PARTICIPANTS: Katy McDonald, Director, Government and Community Relations, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A discussion between Katy McDonald and Senator Maltese about Long Island City Queens, MoMAQNS and P.S.1
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-98
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

March 18, 2003
2007-143 "Mix Brazil Show"

PERSONALITY: Jyette Jenson
PLACE: Gramercy Theater.
SERIES: Artmasters Productions
PARTICIPANTS: Jyette Jenson, Associate Curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Premiere Brazil! July 23-28, 2003
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Premiere of Brazil Film Festival at the Gramercy Theater.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May, 2007

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2007-144 "Building the Future: Some Observations on Art, Architecture, and The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: Luncheon at the Playhouse
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Master Broadcast Videocassette P6-120HXP
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.2, 97.3, 97.4
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1997

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 6, 1996
2007-145 "Building the Future: Some Observations on Art, Architecture, and The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: Summary at the Playhouse
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Master Broadcast Videocassette P6-120HXP
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.2, 97.3, 97.4
DONOR: Office of the Chief Curator-at-Large, John Elderfield
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 27, 1997

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 6, 1996
2007-146 "New Challenge For Museum"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry.
PLACE: Japan
SERIES: NHK Friday Forum
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry on a panel regarding Museum challenges.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: This recording has been dubbed in Japanese

January 31, 2003
2007-147 "MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, David Rockefeller.
PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: TV Asahi
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, chairman emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Michelle Elligott, Archivist, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Extensive piece on MoMAQNS, archives and specific works. Interviews with Glenn Lowry and David Rockefeller.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-165, 2006-20, 2007-82
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

April 24, 2004
2007-148 "Art-Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Paola Antonelli.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: CBS 2 News
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Humble Masterpieces [MoMA Exh. #1918, April 8, 2004-September 27, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: On-site interview detailing the qualities of many of the objects in the design show.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

June 23, 2004
2007-149 "New York New York"

SERIES: Inflight Entertainment.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Museum Musts mention of The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-127, 2007-162, 2007-100
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

April-July, 2004
2007-150 "Newsnight Review"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: BBC
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Bill Burford, journalist; Sarah Morris, artist; Jonathan Franzen, journalist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A discussion about installation, The Museum of Modern Art's new uses of architecture and politics.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-82, 2007-88, 2007-98.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

November 19, 2004
2007-151 "Media Funhouse #492- Nicholas Ray"

SERIES: Media Funhouse, Public Access.
PARTICIPANTS: Ed Grant, host.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A biographical review of Nicholas Ray, who directed "Rebel Without a Cause," playing at The Museum of Modern Art's film series at the Gramercy Theater.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-143.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

April 5, 2003
2007-152, 2007-152D "Wildenstein"


SPONSOR: ABC-TV Network
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Focus on the Wildenstein divorce, the family's art collection and their questionable collecting practices.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January 21, 1998
2007-153 "Tim Marlow on Tate Modern"

PERSONALITY: Tim Marlow
PLACE: Tate Modern, London
PARTICIPANTS: Tim Marlow, reporter.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage on the alternative approach to the Tate Modern's installation of its permanent collection.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-176
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

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2007-154 "MoMAQNS Opening"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, Ronald Lauder, Michael Maltzan.
SERIES: ZB Kultur
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Maltzan, architect; Ronald Lauder, chairman of the board, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage of MoMAQNS opening, including deinstallation and parade coverage.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-165, 2007-82, 2006-20.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

August 7, 2002
2007-155, 2007-155D "Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung"


SPONSOR: Smart Car
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is Betacam SP
SUMMARY: A Promotional video with Smart Car driving footage.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-121, 2007-122, 2007-123, 2007-124
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2007

September 2001
2007-156 "In Memoriam"

PERSONALITY: Rudolph Giuliani
SERIES: HBO
SPONSOR: Brad Grey Pictures
PARTICIPANTS: Rudolph Giuliani, mayor, New York City.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: World Trade Center attack footage and related interviews.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-25, 2007-91, 2007-138
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

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2007-157 "MoMA Moves to Queens"

DATA: 1 Betacam SP
SUMMARY: Includes packing of Starry Night for transport to MoMAQNS exhibition galleries.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-88, 2007-98, 2007-147, 2007-154
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

2007-158 "MoMA QNS"

DATA: 1 Betacam SP.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-159
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2007-159 "MoMA QNS"


DATA: 1 Betacam SP
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2007-160 "Photo Exhibit at Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Susan Kismaric, Eva Respini.
SERIES: CBS 2 News at 5:00
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Eva Respini, assistant curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Fashioning Fiction in Photography Since 1990 [MoMA Exh. #1919a, April 16, 2004 - June 28, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News coverage on The Museum of Modern Art's current exhibition and interviews with exhibition curators.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-112
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

April 15, 2004
2007-161, 2007-161D "Ground Zero-Terence Riley/Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley.
SERIES: ABC National World News Tonight
SPONSOR: ABC
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Terence Riley is interviewed about the public's dissatisfaction with the final World Trade Center memorial design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-91
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

January 6, 2004
2007-162 "New York New York!"

SERIES: Inflight Entertainment
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: The Museum of Modern Art mention in "Museum Musts" segment.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-149, 2007-162, 2007-100, 2007-127.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

Jan/Feb/Mar/2004
2007-163, 2007-163D "Jazz Interlude: An Evening with Jon Faddis"

PERSONALITY: Jon Faddis
PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jon Faddis on Trumpet; David Hazeltine on Piano; Kiyoshi Kitagawa on Bass; Dion Parson on Drums; Jo Lawry on Vocals
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Musical performance by the Jon Faddis Quartet.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

December 7, 2004
2007-164 "Jarhundertprokect Museuminsel"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
SERIES: ZDF.
PARTICIPANTS: I.M.Pei, architect; Daniel Libeskind, architect; Zaha Hadid; architect; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Yoshio Taniguchi interview about museum expansion around the world. Includes excerpts of MoMA Builds.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-11
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: This recording is in German

June 9, 2004
2007-165, 2007-165D "Top 20 Countdown"

PERSONALITY: Aamer Haleem.
PLACE: MoMAQNS
SERIES: "Top 20 Countdown"
SPONSOR: VH1.
PARTICIPANTS: Aamer Haleem, host.
EXHIBITION: Roth Time: A Dieter Roth Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1917, March 12, 2004 - June 7, 2004]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Music video countdown on location at MoMAQNS.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-80
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

April 10, 2004
2007-166 "CBC TV News MoMA Opening"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi, John Elderfield, Glenn Lowry.
SERIES: CBC TV
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; John Elderfield, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: Coverage on the Museum's expansion with an emphasis on the Museum's relationship with Canadian artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-15, 2005-38.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

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2007-167a, 2007-167aD "An Evening with Michael Haneke"

PERSONALITY: Michael Haneke
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 1 Theater.
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council.
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Haneke, Filmmaker.
EXHIBITION: Michael Haneke (October 3-15, 2007)
DATA: 1 of 2 Mini DVCAM; duplicates are DVDs
SUMMARY: Michael Haneke introduces the final film of his film retrospective, Funny Games.
DONOR: Department of Media.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2007

October 15, 2007
2007-167b, 2007-167bD "An Evening with Michael Haneke"

PERSONALITY: Michael Haneke
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, Titus 1 Theater.
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council.
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Haneke, Filmmaker.
EXHIBITION: Michael Haneke (October 3-15, 2007)
DATA: 2 of 2 Mini DVCAM; duplicates are DVDs.
SUMMARY: Michael Haneke introduces the final film of his film retrospective, Funny Games.
DONOR: Department of Media.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2007

October 15, 2007
2007-168 "Sleepwalker Trailer"

PERSONALITY: Doug Aitken
SPONSOR: CreativeTime/Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Tilda Swinton, actor; Donald Sutherland, actor; Chan Marshall (Cat Power), musician; Seu Jorge, musician; Ryan Donowho, actor.
EXHIBITION: Doug Aitken: Sleepwalkers [MoMA Exh. #1991, January 16, 2007-February 12, 2007]
DATA: 1 Mini DVCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: Trailer for Doug Aitken's outdoor projections.
DONOR: Department of Digital Media.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 13, 2006
2007-169 "Sleepwalker 60 Second Spot"

PERSONALITY: Doug Aitken
SPONSOR: CreativeTime/Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Tilda Swinton, actor; Donald Sutherland, actor; Chan Marshall (Cat Power), musician; Seu Jorge, musician; Ryan Donowho, actor.
EXHIBITION: Doug Aitken: Sleepwalkers [MoMA Exh. #1991, January 16, 2007-February 12, 2007]
DATA: 1 Mini DVCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: 60 second spot for Doug Aitken's outdoor projections.
DONOR: Department of Digital Media.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 13, 2006
2007-170 "The Role of Science in Pixar Films"

PLACE: Founder's Room, The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Dylan Brown, Supervising Animator, Pixar; Adam Summers, Director of the Biomechanics Lab at the University of California, Irvine; Ricky Nierva, Story and Visual Development Artist, Pixar.
EXHIBITION: Pixar: 20 Years of Animation [MoMA Exh. #1960, December 14, 2005 - April 3, 2006]
DATA: 1 DVCAM.
SUMMARY: The participants discuss the role science and technology had in making the Pixar film, Finding Nemo.
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Summer 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 3, 2006
2007-171 "Fragmentation & Single Form"

PERSONALITY: Ellsworth Kelly
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Ellsworth Kelly, artist.
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Ellsworth Kelly Fragmentation and the Single Form [MoMA Exh. #1551, June 15-September 4, 1990]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Contains footage from Video Recording 90-6, including casual conversations between Kelly and Varnedoe in the Museum's gallery spaces.
RELATED MATERIAL: 90-6
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2007-172 "The New York School"

SERIES: Michael Blackwood Productions.
PARTICIPANTS: Adolph Gottlieb, artist; Harold Rosenberg, artist; Philp Guston, artist; Robert Motherwell, artist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interviews with artists known for their work within New York's abstract expressionist movement.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2007-173 "Spanish Video Works"

PLACE: Madrid, Spain.
SPONSOR: La Sombra
PARTICIPANTS: A.Cano / P. Garhel, artists; X. Vilaverde, artist; R. Rodriquez, artist; J. Vadillo, artist; R. Mendez Zurutuza, artist; E. Morin, artist; A. Matran/ R. Verdet, artist; L. Feria, artist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Compliation of video artworks.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-174
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2007-174 "Selection of Work from the School of Television and Imaging for Transmediale"

SPONSOR: University of Dundee
PARTICIPANTS: Laura Bangert, artist; Kay Richie, artist; Mike Skrgatic, artist; Nieves Juarez, artist; William Miller, artist; Louisa MacIver, artist; Bryan Servante, artist; Nilla Spence, artist; Han-Ter Park, artist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Compilation of digital and video artworks.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording must be preserved prior to use.

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2007-175, 2007-175D "Mezamashi TV: 'Oh My New York'"

PLACE: MoMAQNS
SPONSOR: Fujisankei Communications International, Inc.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is VHS.
SUMMARY: MoMA Expansion to MoMAQNS, reporter standing outside SoHo design store.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-82, 2007-88
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

2002
2007-176 "Tate Modern: Tate Two"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art and the Tate Modern
SPONSOR: MFA Booking
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Matt Collings, announcer.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A reconsideration of the Tate Modern with an emphasis on The Museum of Modern Art's role in modern art history.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-153
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2007-177 "MoMA Airchecks"

DATA: BetaCam SP
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2007-178, 2007-178D "Retombees Medias Le MoMA"

PLACE: France
SERIES: Retombees Medias
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: News coverage on The Museum of Modern Art's 2002 renovations.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-88, 2007-98, 2007-147, 2007-154
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in French.

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2007-179 "The Spectacle of Contemporary Perception"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, Doug Aitken, Olafur Eliasson.
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Doug Aitken, artist; Olafur Eliasson, artist.
EXHIBITION: Doug Aitken: sleepwalkers [MoMA Exh. #1991, January 16, 2007-February 12, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: Doug Aitken and Olafur Eliasson discuss the creation of large-scale site installation and changes in perception within the society of spectacle.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-168
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 6, 2006
2007-180 "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Swoon"

PERSONALITY: Swoon
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Swoon, artist; Miss Rockaway Armada Band; Gretchen Wagner, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: Culling materials and subjects from the streets, Swoon creates paper cutouts and installations that re-envision the experience of urban life. Inspired by historical sources ranging from German Expressionist woodblock prints to Indonesian shadow puppets, this New York-based artist has covered the city streets with her work for over six years.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 2, 2007
2007-181 "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Jeff Koons"

PERSONALITY: Jeff Koons
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Jeff Koons, artist.
EXHIBITION: Out of Time: A Contemporary View.[MoMA Exh. #1978, August 30, 2006-April 9, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: Jeff Koons uses unexpected models and everyday objects to create works of art. From his Hoover vacuum cleaners to his stainless steel Rabbit (1986), he challenges viewers' perception and standards of "good taste," addressing established hierarchies and aesthetic value systems.
RELATED MATERIAL: 89-17, 91-19, 93-20.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 9, 2007
2007-182 "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: OBRA Architects"

PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Pablo Castro, architect; Jennifer Lee, architect.
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: New York-based architecture firm OBRA Architects, founded by Pablo Castro and Jennifer Lee in 2000, has exhibited internationally and was named one of the 2005 Emerging Voices by the Architectural League of New York. The firm won the 2006 MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program competition with BEATFUSE!, a courtyard installation of interconnecting curved shells and wooden tidal pools.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 23, 2007
2007-183 "Armando Reverón: Another Modernity?"

PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs.
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Maria Elena Huizi, scholar; Luis Perez-Oramas, curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Stewart, poet.
EXHIBITION: Armando Reverón [MoMA Exh. #1995, February 11, 2007-April 16, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: Scholars offer their perspectives on the artist's work, placing it in the greater context of art history, Latin American culture (Venezuela in particular), and European avant-garde movements. John Elderfield moderates the discussion.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 28, 2007
2007-184 "Comic Abstraction: Image-Breaking, Image-Making - An Artists Panel"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs.
PARTICIPANTS: Roxana Marcoci, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Polly Apfelbaum, artist; Inka Essenhigh, artist; Gary Simmons, artist.
EXHIBITION: Comic Abstraction: Image-Breaking, Image-Making [MoMA Exh. #2000, March 4, 2007-June 11, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: In a panel discussion moderated by Roxana Marcoci, curator of the exhibition, artists Polly Apfelbaum, Inka Essenhigh, and Gary Simmons address the creative misalliance between abstraction and comic forms of representation in their work.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 5, 2007
2007-185 "Reading Reverón, Painting Poetry"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs.
PARTICIPANTS: Luis Perez-Oramas, curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Jose Luis Blondet, poet; Jose Luis Falconi, curator, Latino and Latin American Art Forum Program; Alejandro Merizalde, painter and translator.
EXHIBITION: Armando Reverón [MoMA Exh. #1995, February 11, 2007-April 16, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: In this Spanish reading with English translations, participants read works by Jorge Luis Borges, José Gorostiza, José Antonio Ramos Sucre, Ana Enriqueta Teran, and others. The evening reveals the relationship between the pictorial qualities of poetry and Reverón's poetic qualities of painting.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 9, 2007
2007-186, 2007-186D "Artists and Models"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs.
PARTICIPANTS: Josiah McElheny, artist; Joshua Siegel, assistant curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Chris Burden, artist.
EXHIBITION: Projects 84: Josiah McElheny [MoMA Exh. #1994, February 12, 2007-April 9, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program, with McElheny and artist Chris Burden, focuses on the use of architecture in the sculptural model, through presentations and a discussion moderated by Joshua Siegel, organizer of the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

March 12, 2007
2007-187 "Playing Games, Reinventing Traditions"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, director, The Museum of Modern Art; Luis Pérez-Oramas, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Art, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Arturo Herrera, artist.
EXHIBITION: Armando Reverón [MoMA Exh. #1995, February 11, 2007-April 16, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape.
SUMMARY: In this program, Venezuelan-born Arturo Herrera, who uses cartoon and fairy tale images, discusses with Luis Pérez-Oramas, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Art at MoMA, and Glenn D. Lowry how his work engages traditions in his country of origin and offers new understandings of contemporary art.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 9, 2007
2007-188a "New York: The Creative Catalyst"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Douglas Crimp, art historian; Peter Eisenman, Eisenman architects; Meredith Monk, artist; David Joselit, chair of art history department, Yale University.
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. 2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 1 of 2 MiniDVCAM tapes.
SUMMARY: Through a series of individual presentations and a moderated discussion, artists and scholars explore the various ways in which New York has been a source of adventure, inspiration, and creativity.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

July 12, 2007
2007-188b "New York: The Creative Catalyst"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Douglas Crimp, art historian; Peter Eisenman, Eisenman architects; Meredith Monk, artist; David Joselit, chair of art history department, Yale University.
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. 2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 2 of 2 MiniDVCAM tapes.
SUMMARY: Through a series of individual presentations and a moderated discussion, artists and scholars explore the various ways in which New York has been a source of adventure, inspiration, and creativity.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

July 12, 2007
2007-189 "MoMA Walkthrough"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Doug Aitken: sleepwalkers [MoMA Exh. #1991, January 16, 2007-February 12, 2007]
DATA: 1 HDCam tape.
SUMMARY: Documentation of the Doug Aitken "sleepwalkers" exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

2007
2007-190, 2007-190D "The Art of Engagement"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: James Elkins, the E.C. Chadbourne Chair of the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Bonnie Pitman, Deputy Director for Education at the Dallas Museum of Art; and Howard Gardner, the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Moderated by Wendy Woon, Edward John Noble Foundation Deputy Director of Education at The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM tape; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This roundtable considers art, the audience, and the museum context. Special attention is given to the challenges of teaching with contemporary art objects in a museum.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 21, 2006
2007-191, 2007-191D "Party in the Garden"

PERSONALITY: Sarah Jessica Parker and Joan Tisch
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Party in the Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sarah Jessica Parker, Actress; Joan Tisch, trustee; Robert Menschel, Chairman, the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie Josee Kravis, President, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Party in the Garden remarks honoring Sarah Jessica Parker and Joan Tisch.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-1, 2007-201.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

June 6, 2006
2007-192a, 2007-192aD "A Work in Progress: An Evening with Marc Forster"

PERSONALITY: Marc Forster
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
SPONSOR: The Junior Associates
PARTICIPANTS: Will Ferrell, comic; Megan Mullally, comic and actress, Marc Forster, Filmmaker, Sean Combs, musician and producer; Maggie Gyllenhall, actress.
DATA: 1 of 3 DVDs, Duplicate is HDCam.
SUMMARY: Marc Forster joins Will Ferrell and Megan Mullally for a one-hour dialogue about his career and his thoughts on the art of filmmaking.
DONOR: Department of Information Technology
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

NOTE: All three copies of this recording are essentially of the same event, however, each recording has been taped by a different cameraman and therefore provide a different perspective and audio quality.

April 12, 2005
2007-192b, 2007-192bD "A Work in Progress: An Evening with Marc Forster"

PERSONALITY: Marc Forster
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
SPONSOR: The Junior Associates
PARTICIPANTS: Will Ferrell, comic; Megan Mullally, comic and actress, Marc Forster, Filmmaker, Sean Combs, musician and producer; Maggie Gyllenhall, actress.
DATA: 2 of 3 DVDs, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Marc Forster joins Will Ferrell and Megan Mullally for a one-hour dialogue about his career and his thoughts on the art of filmmaking.
DONOR: Department of Information Technology
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

NOTE: All three copies of this recording are essentially of the same event, however, each recording has been taped by a different cameraman and therefore provide a different perspective and audio quality.

April 12, 2005
2007-192c, 2007-192cD "A Work in Progress: An Evening with Marc Forster"

PERSONALITY: Marc Forster
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
SPONSOR: The Junior Associates
PARTICIPANTS: Will Ferrell, comic; Megan Mullally, comic and actress, Marc Forster, Filmmaker, Sean Combs, musician and producer; Maggie Gyllenhall, actress.
DATA: 3 of 3 DVDs, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Marc Forster joins Will Ferrell and Megan Mullally for a one-hour dialogue about his career and his thoughts on the art of filmmaking.
DONOR: Department of Information Technology
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

NOTE: All three copies of this recording are essentially of the same event, however, each recording has been taped by a different cameraman and therefore provide a different perspective and audio quality.

April 12, 2005
2007-193, 2007-193D "2006 Rockefeller Award"

PERSONALITY: Richard Fuld.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Annual Corporate Luncheon
PARTICIPANTS: Marie-Josee Kravis, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Honorary Chairman, The Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Fuld, CEO, Lehman Bros.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Annual corporate fundraiser with Rockefeller award given to Richard Fuld for his contributions to The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 97.5
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

February 28, 2006
2007-194, 2007-194D "MoMA Press Opening"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Frederick Hill, Executive Vice-President, Marketing and Communications, J.P. Morgan Chase; John Remington, Vice-President, Event Marketing and Communications, Target; Ronald Lauder, Honorary Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Menschel, Chairman, Boad of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Jerry Speyer, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Press preview for the opening of The Museum of Modern Art in 2004.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-104, 2007-105, 2007-106
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

November 15, 2004
2007-195, 2007-195aD "MoMA Ribbon Cutting Ceremony"

PERSONALITY: David Rockefeller
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Atrium
PARTICIPANTS: David Rockefeller, Honorary Chairman, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie Josee Kravis, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Menschel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Chairman Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art; Jerry Speyer, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; Sid Bass, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; George Pataki, Govenor of New York.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is 1 of 2 HDCam
SUMMARY: Ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the expanded museum, with commentary from many of the participants who detail the Museum's architectural past.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-194
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

November 16, 2004
2007-195, 2007-195bD "MoMA Ribbon Cutting Ceremony"

PERSONALITY: David Rockefeller
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Atrium
PARTICIPANTS: David Rockefeller, Honorary Chairman, Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, New York City; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie Josee Kravis, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Menschel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Chairman Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art; Jerry Speyer, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; Sid Bass, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; George Pataki, Govenor of New York.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is 2 of 2 HDCam
SUMMARY: Ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the expanded museum, with commentary from many of the participants who detail the Museum's architectural past.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-194
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

November 16, 2004
2007-196, 2007-196D "Million Dollar Baby Film Premiere"

PERSONALITY: Clint Eastwood
PLACE: Titus 1 Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Film Premiere
PARTICIPANTS: Clint Eastwood, actor and director; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, chief curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is HDCam
SUMMARY: Introduction of "Million Dollar Baby" by all participants.
RELATED MATERIAL: 82-1, 93-50
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

December 5, 2004
2007-197, 2007-197aD "Nine Museums"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, Architect.
EXHIBITION: Nine Museums by Yoshio Taniguchi [MoMA Exh. #1923, November 20, 2004-January 31, 2005]
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is 1 of 2 HDCam
SUMMARY: Footage of nine museums designed by Yoshio Taniguchi in honor of his recent design for the new Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-10, 2002-11, 2007-87.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

October 29, 2004
2007-197, 2007-197bD "Nine Museums"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, Architect.
EXHIBITION: Nine Museums by Yoshio Taniguchi [MoMA Exh. #1923, November 20, 2004-January 31, 2005]
DATA: 1 DVD, Duplicate is 2 of 2 HDCam
SUMMARY: Footage of nine museums designed by Yoshio Taniguchi in honor of his recent design for the new Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-10, 2002-11, 2007-87.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 11, 2007

October 29, 2004
2008-1, 2008-1D "Martin Puryear: A Panel"

PERSONALITY: Martin Puryear
PLACE: Titus 2 Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: David Levi Strauss, scholar, critic, and chair of the MFA Art Criticism and Writing Department, School of Visual Arts; Judith Russi Kirshner, professor of Art History and dean of the College of Architecture and the Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago; Josiah McElheny, artist; Terry Winters, artist; John Elderfield, The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Martin Puryear[MoMA Exh. #2021, November 4, 2007 through January 14, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Participants offer their perspectives on the work of Martin Puryear. John Elderfield, organizer of the exhibition, moderates the discussion.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

January 8, 2008
2008-2 "MoMA and Landscape Design: Presentation for American Academy in Rome"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Director Glenn Lowry speaks about the Museum's support of landscape architects and MoMA's own sculpture garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-73
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

April 18, 2007
2008-3 "CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood"

SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
SPONSOR: CBS
PARTICIPANTS: Andrew Stanton, Director, Finding Nemo.
EXHIBITION: Pixar: 20 Years of Animation [MoMA Exh. #1960, December 14, 2005 - April 3, 2006]
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Footage of the preliminary creation of Finding Nemo. Interview with Andrew Stanton, the film's director and writer.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-170
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

February 8, 2004
2008-4 "Ansel Adams / MoMA-Traveling Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
SERIES: News All Morning
SPONSOR: NY1
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams at 100 [MoMA Exh. #1909, July 11-November 3, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 3:14
SUMMARY: Curator Peter Galassi reviews highlights from the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

August 11, 2003
2008-5 "John Elderfield-MoMA Films"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield, Mary Lea Bandy
SERIES: New York Viewpoint
SPONSOR: ABC-TV
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. #1908, June 26-September 29, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with participants about MoMAQNS, current exhibitions and film programs at MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

April 27, 2003
2008-6, 2008-6D "The Great Masters of Art"

SERIES: TV Tokyo/Nexus/East River Films
SPONSOR: TV Tokyo
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 30 mins; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Highlights of Piet Mondrian's "Broadway Boogie Woogie" and footage of the commute from Manhattan to Queens.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

2002
2008-7 "Earle Brown"

PERSONALITY: Earle Brown
PLACE: Art-Engine
SPONSOR: Sharp Gallery
PARTICIPANTS: Earle Brown, composer.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Earle Brown discusses his conception of mobile scores and kinetic music.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2008-8 "An Appreciation of Kirk Varnedoe"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
SERIES: Charlie Rose Show
SPONSOR: PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, announcer.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Charlie Rose reminisces upon Kirk Varnedoe's past show appearances and celebrates his life.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

August 21, 2003
2008-9 "Sputnik"

PERSONALITY: Barbara London
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, Associate Curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Barbara London speaks MoMA's accession policy regarding music videos.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The recording is in Spanish except for Barbara London's commentary, which is in English.

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2008-10 "New York Destination Guide"

SPONSOR: Quantas
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Visitor guide to New York with MoMA mention as a possible tourist destination.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2008-11, 2008-11D "MoMA QNS - TV Highlight Reel 2002"

PERSONALITY: Kiki Smith
SERIES: Python Aquarius Productions
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Kiki Smith, artist; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Bloomberg, Mayor, The City of New York; Ronald Lauder, Chairman Emerita, The Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Highlights reel of the Museum's move to Long Island City Queens. Includes footage of the ribbon cutting ceremony in Long Island City and the procession of artworks across the Queensboro bridge.
DONOR: Department of Communciations.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: 2008-11 is a rough cut of the Highlights Reel. 2008-11D is the final, finished version of the highlights.

September 23, 2002
2008-12 "The Culture Show"

PERSONALITY: Robert Hughes
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Culture Show
SPONSOR: BBC
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Hughes, art historian.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Robert Hughes on the Culture Show speaking about The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communciations.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording must be preserved in order to be viewed.

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2008-13 "Giacometti at MoMA"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: RAI News
SPONSOR: RAI
EXHIBITION: Alberto Giacometti [MoMA Exh. #1890, October 10(11), 2001-January 8, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of MoMA exhibition with related commentary.
DONOR: Department of Communciations.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Italian.

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2008-14 "New York Art World"

PLACE: P.S.1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: NHK
SPONSOR: NHK Educational Corp
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of artwork within MoMA's permanent collection, interior shots of P.S.1 and interior footage of MoMA.
DONOR: Department of Communciations.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

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2008-15 "Russian Books"

PERSONALITY: Deborah Wye
SERIES: NTV International
SPONSOR: Global Russian Television Network
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Russian Avant-Garde Book 1910-1934 [MoMA Exh. #1896, March 28, 2002-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of the exhibition with commentary by Deborah Wye.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Russian.

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2008-16 "RAI News"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: RAI News
SPONSOR: RAI
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Senior Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of the Museum's expansion.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in Italian.

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2008-17 "Inside the Museum-Going Around"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of The Museum of Modern Art's gallery space prior to the 2002 renovation.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2008-18, 2008-18D "MoMA Moves Forward"

SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is VHS
SUMMARY: MoMAQNS commercial with views from the 7 train.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2008-19 "MoMA Opening"

PERSONALITY: Klaus Biesenbach, Ronald Lauder, Yoshio Taniguchi
SPONSOR: ZDF
PARTICIPANTS: Klaus Biesenbach, Chief Curator, Department of Media; Ronald Lauder, Chairman Emerita, The Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interviews with staff members and museum visitors about their reactions to the new renovated MoMA building.
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: This recording is in German.

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2008-20 "Medialink VNR Rough Cut"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video News Reel
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of The Museum of Modern Art's new building.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-98
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

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2008-21 "Light Stuctures: The Joy of Engineering"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Felix Candela Lecture
PARTICIPANTS: Dr. Jorg Schlaich, Institute of Structural Design, University of Stuttgart, Germany
DATA: 1 BETACAM SP
SUMMARY: Annual lecture series to honor Spanish and Mexican architect Candela and to allow distinguished structural engineers to present their work at MoMA, MIT and Princeton each spring. Schlaich's work involves building and bridge structures as well as in glass shell structures.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 99.16
DONOR: Department of Communciations
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 23, 1999
2008-22 "MoMA Queens Painting"

SERIES: While You Were Out
SPONSOR: TLC National
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Designers redecorate a home to include an original work of art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

September 10, 2004
2008-23 "Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Arts & Minds
SPONSOR: Arts & Minds
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; John Elderfield, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Daniel Libeskind, architect; Paul Goldberger, architecture critic, The New Yorker; Richard Lacayo, architecture historian; Arthur Lubow, journalist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion of the Museum's most recent architectural expansion and higher ticket prices.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

December 26, 2004
2008-24 "Terry Riley/Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
SERIES: NY Voices Tribute in Light
SPONSOR: WNET-TV PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Rafael Pi Ramen, announcer; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 30 min
SUMMARY: Documentary on the genesis of the Twin Towers light tribute memorial. Includes commentary from Terence Riley outside of MoMAQNS building.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

September 5, 2003
2008-25 "The Heroic Century: An Inside Look"

PLACE: Museum of Fine Arts Houston
SPONSOR: MFAH and MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marzio, Director, Museum of Fine Arts Houston; Gael Stack, art historian; Barry Walker, curator.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An indepth look at the works lent by MoMA to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for the exhibition "The Heroic Century."
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

October 22, 2003
2008-26 "Heiss / Mcmullan"

PERSONALITY: Alanna Heiss.
SERIES: Charlie Rose
SPONSOR: PBS
PARTICIPANTS: Alanna Heiss, Director, P.S.1; Charlie Rose, host.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Alanna Heiss discusses the genesis of the P.S.1 art space and the resulting relationship between MoMA and P.S.1.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

August 15, 2002
2008-27 "Freedom Tower-Terry Riley"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
SERIES: Charlie Rose
SPONSOR: PBS National
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, announcer; Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Herbert Muschamp, Architecture Critic, The New York Times, William Neuman, writer, The New York Post.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Discussion of the Freedom Tower with an examination of Daniel Libeskind's architectural plans.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-24, 2005-24
DONOR: Department of COmmunications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

December 22, 2003
2008-28 "Dog Execution Exhibit at MoMA"

PLACE: P.S.1
SERIES: CBS 2 News
SPONSOR: CBS
PARTICIPANTS: Brett Littman, Deputy Director, P.S.1; Sandra Defeo, Director of Public Relations, The Humane Society of New York.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Public reactions regarding an installation at P.S.1 of bronze dogs hanging from lamp posts.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

December 11, 2003
2008-29 "Yoshio Taniguchi and Terry Riley Video Conference"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Taped video conference between Yoshio Taniguchi and Terence Riley. Interview regarding MoMA's tradition and Taniguchi's philosophical approach to the new museum.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

May 29, 2003
2008-30 "Museum of Modern Art: Stuffing the BMW Mini"


SERIES: Take it Personally
SPONSOR: CNN
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Mini Cooper's 40th Anniversary coverage, with news footage of people stuffing themselves into a Mini Cooper to celebrate. Mention of exhibition at MoMA where Mini Coopers are on display.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-36
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 26, 1999
2008-31 "Modern Start"


SERIES: WNYW-TV Fox
SPONSOR: Fox 10 O'Clock news
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Brief mention of ModernStarts exhibition series.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38a, 2008-38b, 2008-38c.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

November 17, 1999
2008-32, 2008-32D "Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Joyce Raimondo.
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Blue's Clues
PARTICIPANTS: Joyce Raimondo, Associate Educator, Family Programs Coordinator, Education Department, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Nick-TV
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Joyce Raimondo and several children describe a sculpture in the Museum sculpture garden for a segment on Blue's Clues.
DONOR: Department of Communications; Duplicate arrived from the Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003.

April 27, 1999
2008-33, 2008-33D "Museum of Modern Art: Museums as Muse-Looking at Art"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The World Today
PARTICIPANTS: MoMA Visitors
SPONSOR: Cable News Network
EXHIBITION: The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect [MoMA Exh. #1828, March 10(14)-June 1, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of the "Museum as Muse" exhibition with on-site interviews with exhibition visitors.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-34
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 13, 1999
2008-34 "Museum as Muse"


SERIES: Bloomberg Brazil
PARTICIPANTS: Claudia Caliman, announcer.
SPONSOR: Bloomberg
EXHIBITION: The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect [MoMA Exh. #1828, March 10(14)-June 1, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of current MoMA exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-33
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish

April 21, 1999
2008-35, 2008-35D "Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Shigeru Ban
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Style with Elsa Klensch
PARTICIPANTS: Shigeru Ban, architect; Elsa Klensch, television personality.
SPONSOR: CNN Style
EXHIBITION: Shigeru Ban: A Paper Arch [MoMA Exh. #1865, April 26(30)-August 1, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is betacam.
SUMMARY: Footage of Shigeru Ban's installation in the sculpture garden. Includes interview with Ban about the project.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 1, 2000
2008-36, 2008-36D "Film: The 20th Century Art"

PERSONALITY: Mary Lea Bandy
SERIES: American Movie Classics
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lea Bandy, chief curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: AMC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: The history of the Department of Film at The Museum of Modern Art as told by Mary Lea Bandy.
RELATED MATERIAL: 85-9
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-37 "MoMA 2000"

PERSONALITY: Peter Reed
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Munhwa Broadcasting Corp.
EXHIBITION: MoMA2000
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of the MoMA 2000 cycle.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-53a, 2008-53b.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

June 11, 1997
2008-38a, 2008-38aD "People at MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, John Elderfield, Peter Reed.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: People [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000]
DATA: 1 of 3 BetaCamSP; Duplicate is VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited exhibition footage, filmed during public hours, followed by interviews with Museum staff.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38b, 2008-38c.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Filmed by Henderson Royes

October 6, 1999
2008-38b, 2008-38bD "People at MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, John Elderfield, Peter Reed.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: People [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000]
DATA: 2 of 3 BetaCamSP; Duplicate is VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited exhibition footage, filmed during public hours, followed by interviews with Museum staff.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38a, 2008-38c.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Filmed by Henderson Royes

October 6, 1999
2008-38c, 2008-38cD "People at MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry, John Elderfield, Peter Reed.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: People [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000]
DATA: 3 of 3 BetaCamSP; Duplicate is VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited exhibition footage, filmed during public hours, followed by interviews with Museum staff.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38a, 2008-38b.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Filmed by Henderson Royes

October 6, 1999
2008-39 "New Directors/New Films"

PERSONALITY: Laurence Kardish
SERIES: NY1
PARTICIPANTS: Laurence Kardish, curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: NY1
EXHIBITION: New Directors/New Films
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Laurence Kardish speaks about the MoMA film series, New Directors/New Films.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-45
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1999
2008-40, 2008-40D "MoMA Family Programs"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: MSG Network
PARTICIPANTS: Joyce Raimondo, associate educator, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Metroguide Program
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of gallery talks given to and by children at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 1999
2008-41 "MoMA Officio Futuro"


SERIES: Nea-Polis
SPONSOR: RAI
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Workspheres coverage with accompanying musical soundtrack.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-54, 2008-55, 2005-20, 2007-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-42 "MoMA Curators: Carol Kismaric and Marvin Heiferman Biographies"


SERIES: A & E News
PARTICIPANTS: Marvin Heiferman, curator; Carole Kismaric, historian and curator.
SPONSOR: A&E
EXHIBITION: Fame After Photography [MoMA Exh. #1833, July 7(8)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with the curators of the exhibition about the history of fame.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-45, 2008-57
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

September 9, 1999
2008-43 "MTV- Mondrian Exhibit at MoMA"


SPONSOR: MTV
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1)-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Twenty-second advertisement for exhibition with highlight on Broadway Boogie Woogie.
RELATED MATERIAL: 83-2, 98-50, 98-52, 98-53, 98-54, 98-55, 2007-30
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-44 "Philip Johnson/MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
SERIES: 8 O'Clock Edition
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 3:25.
SUMMARY: Coverage on Philip Johnson's architectural career, The Glass House, the Seagram building and The Museum of Modern Art's Sculpture Garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-18, 84-4, 91-5.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 2, 2000
2008-45 "Fame After Photography/MoMA"

SERIES: Eyewitness News
SPONSOR: WABC-TV
PARTICIPANTS: Carole Kismaric, critic and independent curator; Marvin Heiferman, independent curator.
EXHIBITION: Fame After Photography [MoMA Exh. #1833, July 7(8)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 3:41
SUMMARY: Overview of exhibition with the show's curators.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-57
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 1, 1999
2008-46 "Friedlander: A Conversation with Peter Galassi"

SERIES: Exhibition Documentaries
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lee Friedlander, artist; Peter Galassi, chief curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Friedlander [MoMA Exh. #1943, June 5, 2005-August 29, 2005]
DATA: 1 DVD
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-47, 2008-48, 2008-49
DONOR: Department of Film
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008
NOTE: This series of exhibition documentaries was initiated in 2003 under the guidance of Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs. The project had the goal of documenting certain special exhibitions with interviews of curators and artists. CK Studios produced these videos. The HDCam masters are catalogued in STAR and are held in Hamlin. The intention behind these videos was to produce archival video records of MoMA's exhibitions for research purposes and internal use.

September 21, 2006
2008-47 "Cézanne & Pissarro: A Conversation with Joachim Pissarro and John Elderfield"

SERIES: Exhibition Documentaries
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Joachim Pissarro, art historian; John Elderfield, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne and Pissarro 1865-1885 [MoMA Exh. #1944, June 26, 2005-September 12, 2005]
DATA: 1 DVD
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-46, 2008-48, 2008-49
DONOR: Department of Film
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008
NOTE: This series of exhibition documentaries was initiated in 2003 under the guidance of Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs. The project had the goal of documenting certain special exhibitions with interviews of curators and artists. CK Studios produced these videos. The HDCam masters are catalogued in STAR and are held in Hamlin. The intention behind these videos was to produce archival video records of MoMA's exhibitions for research purposes and internal use.

July 6, 2006
2008-48, 2008-48D "Elizabeth Murray: A Conversation with Elizabeth Murray and Robert Storr"

SERIES: Exhibition Documentaries
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Elizabeth Murray, artist; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Elizabeth Murray [MoMA Exh. #1955, October 28, 2005-January 9, 2006]
DATA: 2 DVDs
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-46, 2008-49, 2008-47
DONOR: Department of Film
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008
NOTE: This series of exhibition documentaries was initiated in 2003 under the guidance of Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs. The project had the goal of documenting certain special exhibitions with interviews of curators and artists. CK Studios produced these videos. The HDCam masters are catalogued in STAR and are held in Hamlin. The intention behind these videos was to produce archival video records of MoMA's exhibitions for research purposes and internal use.

July 6, 2006
2008-49 "Richard Serra: A Conversation with Richard Serra and Lynne Cooke"


SERIES: Exhibition Documentaries
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Serra, artist; Lynne Cooke, curator, Dia Foundation.
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. 2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVD
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-46, 2008-47, 2008-48
DONOR: Department of Film
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008
NOTE: This series of exhibition documentaries was initiated in 2003 under the guidance of Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs. The project had the goal of documenting certain special exhibitions with interviews of curators and artists. CK Studios produced these videos. The HDCam masters are catalogued in STAR and are held in Hamlin. The intention behind these videos was to produce archival video records of MoMA's exhibitions for research purposes and internal use.

September 27, 2006
2008-50 "Sculpture Garden Installation Video"

PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Installation crew
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Video footage of the sculpture garden's installation for autumn 2008.
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008

Fall 2008
2008-51 "Richard Serra Interview"

PERSONALITY: Richard Serra
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Serra, sculptor.
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. 2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Half hour interview with Richard Serra followed by several minutes of footage of the installation.
RELATED MATERIAL:2007-188a, 2007-188b
DONOR: David Katzive
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 20, 2007

November 11, 2007
2008-52 "Jackson Pollock Exhibit"


SERIES: ARD German TV
PARTICIPANTS: Marcel Kolvenbach, journalist.
SPONSOR: ARD
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of Jackson Pollock retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art. Also includes on-site interviews at the Pollock House Studio on Long Island.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-11
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in German.

November, 1 1998
2008-53a "Places at MoMA"

SERIES: MoMA2000
DATA: 1 of 2 BetaCam SP Tapes
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 27, 1999
2008-53b "Places at MoMA"

SERIES: MoMA2000
DATA: 2 of 2 BetaCam SP Tapes
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

October 27, 1999
2008-54 "Workspheres Compilation Tape"


SERIES: Various news networks, including CNN Moneyline.
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A compilation tape of Workspheres exhibition coverage, including commentary on the exhibition's mission.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-55, 2005-20, 2007-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-55 "Workspheres"


SERIES: N3TV
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: N3TV
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Workspheres interview including Paola Antonelli, about the changing nature of the workplace.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-54, 2005-20, 2007-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 24, 2001
2008-56, 2008-56D "MoMA Highlights of TV Coverage"


SERIES: Various news networks in the metropolitan area including CBS, ABC, Fox News, WNBC, BBC, WLS.
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999], The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry talks about the partnering of P.S.1 and MoMA, followed by highlights through 1999 of Museum-Related events.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-80, 2007-22
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October 12, 1999
2008-57, 2008-57D "Fame After Photography"

SERIES: Showbiz Today
SPONSOR: Cable News Network
PARTICIPANTS: Carole Kismaric, critic and independent curator; Marvin Heiferman, independent curator.
EXHIBITION: Fame After Photography [MoMA Exh. #1833, July 7(8)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT 3:02.
SUMMARY: News coverage on the exhibition with focus on the definition of fame.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-45
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 14, 1999
2008-58 "Shadow Day 1999"


SERIES: Fox 5
SPONSOR: Fox 5
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Mention of The Museum of Modern Art's mentoring program during the New York Minute segment.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-40
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

November 9, 1999
2008-59 "The Un-Private House"

SERIES: Fashion Television
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News coverage providing an overview of the exhibition and the individual needs that architecture addresses in the domestic space.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-49
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-60 "MoMA Silents on NY1"

PERSONALITY: Ben Model
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: NY1
PARTICIPANTS: Ben Model, The Museum of Modern Art accompanist.
EXHIBITION: Cinema's Silent Years
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Ben Model discusses his role as pianist for the Museum's silent film series.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 2000
2008-61, 2008-61D "An Evening with Kevin Everson"

Place: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
PARTICIPANTS: Kevin Everson, filmmaker; Barbara London, associate curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM, Duplicate is DVD.
SUMMARY: Informal discussion followed by a presentation of Emergency Needs (2007), based on a press conference with Cleveland mayor Carl Stokes; Something Else (2007), an interview with Miss Black Roanoke, Virginia, 1971; and several premieres of shorts.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-167a, 2007-167b.
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 25, 2008

October 22, 2007
2008-62, 2008-62D "An Evening with Ronald Bronstein"

Place: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald Brownstein, filmmaker; Barbara London, Associate Curator, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM, Duplicate is DVD
SUMMARY: Filmmaker Ronald Bronstein introduces a screening of his new film, Frownland.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b.
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 25, 2008

November 19, 2007
2008-63, 2008-63D "An Evening with Michael Sporn"

Place: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Sporn, Filmmaker; Joshua Siegel, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; John Canemaker, filmmaker and historian.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette, Duplicate is DVD.
SUMMARY: The artist takes part in a conversation with animation historian/filmmaker John Canemaker and MoMA assistant curator Joshua Siegel. The discussion is illustrated with clips from Sporn's award-winning animated films.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b.
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 25, 2008

November 12, 2007
2008-64 "Cézanne and Pissarro: Seeing Through Paint with James Coddington"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Pioneering Modern Painting
PARTICIPANTS: James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Department, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro, 1865-1885
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: An examination of Cézanne and Pissarro's unique painting techniques.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-66a, 2005-66b, 2005-66c, 2005-66d.
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 7, 2005
2008-65a "An Evening with Akram Zaatari"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, associate curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Akram Zaatari, video artist.
DATA: 2008-65a is DVCAM Cassette, 2008-65b is MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: An informal discussion with Akram Zaatari followed by a presentation of his films. Held in conjunction with Asian Contemporary Art Week.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-167a, 2007-167b.
DONOR: Department of Media

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 17, 2008
2008-65b "An Evening with Akram Zaatari"

PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
PARTICIPANTS: James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Department, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 2008-65a is DVCAM Cassette, 2008-65b is MiniDVCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: An informal discussion with Akram Zaatari followed by a presentation of his films. Held in conjunction with Asian Contemporary Art Week.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-167a, 2007-167b.
DONOR: Department of Media

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 17, 2008
2008-66 "Others- Various Architects"

DATA: Hi8 Metal-P Cassette.
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2008-67 "MoMA Airchecks 2"

DATA: BetaCam SP
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-177
DONOR: Department of Communications.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Spring 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2008-68 "Richard Serra Dinner Tape 1"


EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. 2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 1 HDCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: Richard Serra Dinner
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-188a, 2007-188b
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2008-69 "New York New York!"


PLACE: New York City
SERIES: New York New York! Museum Musts
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: New York New York Winter Inflight Entertainment includes visiting information for The Museum of Modern Art in Queens.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-100, 2007-127
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January, February, March 2003
2008-70, 2008-70D "National Arts Awards 2003"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
SERIES: National Arts Awards
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Particia Berman, former student of Kirk Varnedoe; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Home Front Communications.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Career achievement award and recognition for Kirk Varndoe's contributions to art history.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-8
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

2003
2008-71 "New York New York!"


PLACE: New York City
SERIES: New York New York! Museum Musts
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: To Be Looked At: Painting and Sculpture from the Collection [MoMA Exh. #1899, June 29, 2002- on going]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: New York New York Fall Inflight Entertainment includes visiting information for The Museum of Modern Art in Queens.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-100, 2007-127, 2008-69
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October, November, December 2002
2008-72 "Seinajoki"

PERSONALITY: Alvar Aalto
PLACE: Seinajoki Finland
SPONSOR: Oy Todellisuus
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Biography of Alvar Aalto centering on his designs and buildings for Seinajoki, Findland.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-117D
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2007

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2008-73 "Willem de Kooning"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield.
SERIES: ABC-TV, CNN Overnight
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: ABC, CNN
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s [MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Memorial coverage of William de Kooning shortly after his death.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-12, 2008-74
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 19, 1997
2008-74, 2008-74D "Willem de Kooning Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
SERIES: WNET-TV (PBS)
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s [MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of de Kooning exhibition with commentary from Robert Storr.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-12, 2008-73
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Duplicate recording does not contain entire interview with Robert Storr.

February 20, 1997
2008-75 "Segments on Museum of Modern Art Flood"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: WCBS, Eyewitness News, WABC
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Rudy Guiliani, mayor of New York City; Liz Addison, Director of Marketing, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: WCBS and WABC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of a water main break under The Museum of Modern Art, with statements by Glenn Lowry and Liz Addison.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

June 24, 1998
2008-76, 2008-76D "Jasper Johns"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield, Glenn Lowry.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Video News Reel
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video news reel and exhibition footage for local news stations.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-79
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-77 "New York Report"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Weekend Joy Entertainment
SPONSOR: Global Japan LLC
EXHIBITION: New Directors/New Films
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of New Directors/New Films series with emphasis on Run Lola Run.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-45, 2008-39
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

April 9, 1999
2008-78 "An Introduction to the Estate Project for artists with AIDS from Charlie Rose"


SERIES: Alliance for the Arts
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, host; Artists affected by AIDS.
SPONSOR: Majzlim/Reece Productions
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A special recording focusing on artists with AIDS and the future of their art work.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-79, 2008-79D "Jasper Johns Primer Tape"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe, Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: DWJ Television
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION:Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: 90 second VNR, B-Roll and Soundbyte package.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-80 "Jasper Johns: Museum of Modern Art Airchecks"

PERSONALITY: Jasper Johns
SERIES: CNBC Biz Tonight, KMOV St. Louis
PARTICIPANTS: James Gara, Chief Operating Officer, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Airchecks for Jasper Johns Retrospective with James Gara's comments about the Museum's fiscal role and opportunities.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-82, 2008-76, 2008-79
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-81 "Black Cinema"

PERSONALITY: James Wheeler
SERIES: Fox Midday News
PARTICIPANTS: James E. Wheeler, art collector.
SPONSOR: WNYW-TV
EXHIBITION: Brought to Light: Black Cinema, 1921-1959: Selections from the James E. Wheeler Collection [MoMA Exh. #1770, May 1-September 2, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A conversation with James Wheeler about his poster collection and the early days of black cinema.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 8, 1997
2008-82 "Jasper Johns: Museum of Modern Art Primer Aircheck Reel"


PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Includes airchecks, footage of the exhibition's installation layout and newcast clip reel.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-76, 2008-79
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-83, 2008-83D "Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, announcer; John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: Bonnard [MoMA Exh. #1808, June 17(21)-October 13, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with John Elderfield, contextualizing Pierre Bonnard with his contemporaries.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 17, 1998
2008-84 "Hitchcock Centennial"


SERIES: CNN
SPONSOR: CNN
EXHIBITION: Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of Hitchcock's mastery of suspense and information about exhibition events at the museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-8
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 1999
2008-85 "MoMA Exhibits and Programs 1996-1997 Compilation"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Eco News NY TV
PARTICIPANTS: M. Cespedes, reporter.
SPONSOR: Eco NY TV
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997], Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996] and others.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of various programs and exhibits at The Museum of Modern Art from 1996 to 1997.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-31
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish

1996-1997
2008-86 "Different Roads/Cars of the Future/MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Mount
PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Mount, assistant curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: WCBS-TV
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of exhibition, including tour of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden with Christopher Mount.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-36, 2008-30
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 28, 1999
2008-87 "Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PLACE: Charlie Rose Show
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, host; Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion between Charlie Rose and Terence Riley about the architectural ideas related to the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-49, 2007-51, 2007-52, 2007-59
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 9, 1999
2008-88 "Achille Castiglioni"

PERSONALITY: Achille Castiglioni
PLACE: Aspen, Colorado
SERIES: International Design Conference
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, translator; Achille Castiglioni, designer.
SPONSOR: International Design Conference
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Castiglioni discusses and demonstrates various design elements of his work on stage.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-14, 97-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1989
2008-89 "Leo Castelli"

PERSONALITY: Leo Castelli
SERIES: CNN World View
PARTICIPANTS: Jennifer Russell, Director of Collections, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: CNN
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Memorial coverage of Leo Castelli and his impact on the 20th century art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-12, 98-10, 98-29
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 23, 1999
2008-90, 2008-90D "Jasper Johns Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Jasper Johns
SERIES: The News Hour with Jim Lehrer
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Hilton Kramer, art critic; Paul Solman, host.
SPONSOR: WNET-TV
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of the exhibition with a conversation about the characteristics of modern art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-10, 94-4, 98-78, 2007-1
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January 10, 1997
2008-91 "Big as Life"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Arts and Minds
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lea Bandy, chief curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Jyette Jenson, Associate Curator, Department of Film and Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Reeves Lehman, documentary filmmaker.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Big as Life
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A celebration of super8 and 8mm film.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 15, 1999
2008-92 "Top Five Museum Websites/MoMA"


SERIES: Hourly News
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Overview of museums along "museum mile" and their websites. The Museum of Modern Art's website is explored indepth.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

December 17, 1998
2008-93, 2008-93D "Different Roads"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Mount
PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SERIES: CBS This Morning
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Mount, assistant curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, duplicate is 1 Betacam
SUMMARY: Coverage of exhibition with Christopher Mount giving a tour of the sculpture garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-36, 2008-30, 2008-86
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 29, 1999
2008-94 "Cézanne VNR with Soundbites and B-Roll"

PERSONALITY: Anne D'Harnoncourt
PLACE: The Philadelphia Museum of Art
SERIES: VNR and B-Roll
PARTICIPANTS: Anne D'Harnoncourt, director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
SPONSOR: The Philadelphia Museum of Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video news reel for promotion of Paul Cézanne exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-95 "Different Roads/Cars of the Future/MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Mount
PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SERIES: Morning Line
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Mount, assistant curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: MSNBC
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Includes mention of exhibit within a discussion of hybrid cars.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-30, 2008-86, 2008-93
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 31, 1999
2008-96 "Leo Castelli"

PERSONALITY: Leo Castelli
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Laura Hoptman, assistant curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Laura Hoptman details the life and impact of Leo Castelli upon the world's art market in the 20th century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-89
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 23, 1999
2008-97, 2008-97D Highlights of TV Coverage


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Highlights of TV Coverage
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, chairman emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Carolyn Lanchner, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael Kimmelman, art critic, The New York Times.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Highlights of TV coverage from 1998
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-80, 2007-1
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1998
2008-98, 2008-98D "Glenn Lowry/Fernand Léger"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Carolyn Lanchner, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: Fernand Léger [MoMA Exh. #1795, February 11(15)-June 2, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interviews with Glenn Lowry and Carolyn Lanchner on-site at the Fernand Legér exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 29, 1998
2008-99, 2008-99D "MoMA/Earth Segment"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: People* [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry speaks about the exhibition and interprets the purpose of modern art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-31
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-100, 2008-100D "MoMA's Program for the Blind"

PERSONALITY: Francesca Rosenberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Good Morning America
PARTICIPANTS: Francesca Rosenberg, Associate Educator, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Middle-school aged students living with blindness; Professor John Kennedy, University of Toronto.
SPONSOR: ABC-TV
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of the Museum's programs for the blind and the tailoring of a specific art-historical approach to education.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-116, 96-17
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January 4, 1998
2008-101, 2008-101D "Talk of the Town"

PERSONALITY: Joseph Lewis
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Film and Video Department
SERIES: Behind the Screen
PARTICIPANTS: Joseph Lewis, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: AMC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Joseph Lewis is honored by The Museum of Modern Art's Film and Video Department. Behind the Screen series celebrates Lewis' filmmaking career with a related interview.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 26, 1998
2008-102, 2008-102D "Paul Gottlieb-Harry N. Abrams"

PERSONALITY: Paul Gottlieb
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
SPONSOR: CBS
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Memorial coverage of Paul Gottlieb, Editor in Chief of Harry N. Abrams books.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

June 9, 2002
2008-103a, 2008-103aD "Things at MoMA"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: ModernStarts
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: Things *[MoMA Exh. #1838, November 17(21), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 BetacamSp; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Detailed exhibition footage of the show including natural noise of visitors.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38a, 2008-38b, 2008-38c
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Filmed by Henderson Royes

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2008-103b, 2008-103bD "Things at MoMA"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: ModernStarts
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: ModernStarts: Things *[MoMA Exh. #1838, November 17(21), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 BetacamSP; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Detailed exhibition footage of the show including natural noise of visitors.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-38a, 2008-38b, 2008-38c
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: Filmed by Henderson Royes

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2008-104 "Adventure- Family of Man"

PERSONALITY: Edward Steichen, Carl Sandburg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: CBS Television
PARTICIPANTS: Edward Steichen, photographer and curator; Carl Sandburg, poet.
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: The Family of Man [MoMA Exh. #569, January 24-May 8, 1955]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the installation as well as a conversation between Sandburg and Steichen.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-9
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-105 "Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, architects; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-106
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-106 "Toyo Ito Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Toyo Ito
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Toyo Ito, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED. This recording has no video signal.

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2008-107 "TV News Package, Picasso at MoMA"


SERIES: TV News Package
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Betacam
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2008-108 "Hitchcock"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Telecirco
EXHIBITION: Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage and interviews with unnamed participants.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-46, 2007-8, 2008-84
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: The audio levels are very low

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2008-109 "Portrait of an Artist"

PERSONALITY: William Rubin
SERIES: Sunday Morning
PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin, Director Emeritus, The Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Rubin about his relationship with Pablo Picasso and the purpose of the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-61, 96-24, 96-25, 2007-32
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 5, 1996
2008-110 "Pablo Picasso-Once in a Lifetime"

PERSONALITY: William Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: CBS News Special
PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin, Director, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Charles Kuralt, reporting.
SPONSOR:CBS
EXHIBITION: Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1290, May 16-September 30, 1980]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage and coverage used in an effort to recreate the experience of visiting the Museum's exhibition for the television audience.
RELATED MATERIAL: 80-1, 80-3a, 80-3b, 85-13
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 27, 1982
2008-111 "Dominique Perrault Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Dominique Perrault
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Dominique Perrault, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-182, 2008-173
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-112 "The Art of Cool"


PLACE: P.S.1. Warm Up
PARTICIPANTS: ROY Architects.
SPONSOR: WCBS
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with an architect from ROY, winners of the 2001 Young Architect Program competition at P.S.1.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-182, 2007-142, 2008-127
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 5, 2001
2008-113 "The Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Paola Antonelli
SERIES: KOIN 6 News
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: KOIN-TV
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An overview of the exhibition "Workspheres," including an interview with curator Paola Antonelli.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-20, 2007-13, 2007-18, 2007-23, 2007-27
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 7, 2001
2008-114 "Charlie Rose Show with Chuck Close and Robert Rauschenberg"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rauschenberg
PLACE: The Charlie Rose Show
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, Host; Chuck Close, artist; Robert Rauschenberg, artist.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Separate interviews with Close and Rauschenberg celebrating their retrospectives. Chuck Close's exhibition was at The Museum of Modern art and Robert Rauschenberg had his at the Guggenheim Museum of Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-4, 2007-5, 2007-6
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 27, 1998
2008-115 "MoMA"


SERIES: Today in NYC History
SPONSOR: NY1
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: During Today in NYC History segment, the opening of MoMA in 1929 was mentioned.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

November 7, 2001
2008-116 "Art Education for the Blind"

PERSONALITY: Francesca Rosenberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Today Show
PARTICIPANTS: Francesca Rosenberg, Associate Educator, The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: NBC-TV
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Coverage of the Museum's programs for the blind and their relationship with Art Education for the Blind, an organization dedicated towards pioneering tools and procedures to assist the blind with visualizing art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-100
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 23, 1997
2008-117 "Willem de Kooning"

PERSONALITY: Willem de Kooning
SERIES: CBS Sunday Morning
SPONSOR: CBS
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s[MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Memorial coverage after the recent death of Willem de Kooning. Also includes contemporaneous de Kooning exhibition coverage.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-12. 2008-73, 2007-74
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 23, 1997
2008-118 "New York New York!"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Museum Musts
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Alberto Giacometti [MoMA Exh. #1890, October 10(11), 2001-January 8, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Arriving visitor information, including must-see museums. Contains mention of Alberto Giacometti at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-138, 2008-154
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October, November, December 2001
2008-119, 2008-119D "Great Masters with Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: William Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Charlie Rose, host; William Rubin, director emeritus, The Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: William Rubin and Charlie Rose discuss Picasso's varied portrayal of the individual while walking through the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96-24, 96-25, 98-61, 98-62, 98-65
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-120 "Weekend Joy: New York Report"

PERSONALITY: Willie Cole
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art/Willie Cole's studio
SERIES: Weekend Joy
PARTICIPANTS: Willie Cole, artist.
SPONSOR: Highly Enterprises
EXHIBITION: New Concepts in Printmaking 2: Willie Cole [MoMA Exh. #1805, June 8(9) - October 13, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the installation followed by interview and demonstration by Willie Cole.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-127
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese

September 5, 1998
2008-121 "MoMA Booming"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: News Morning Satellite
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: TV Tokyo
EXHIBITION: MoMA 2000
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Contains footage of the MoMA2000 series at The Museum of Modern Art as well as mention of the moving to MoMAQNS.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-37
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese

July 14, 2000
2008-122 "Utley Cambodia"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Riley
SERIES: CNN
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Riley, photographer.
SPONSOR: CNN
EXHIBITION: Photographs from S-21 1975-79 [MoMA Exh. #1771a, May 15-October 7, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Christopher Riley about the Khmer Rouge, S-21 and the photographs that documented 1970's Cambodia.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

2000
2008-123 "Different Roads Public Service Announcement"


PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SERIES: Public Service Announcement
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Commercial for exhibition "Different Roads," which includes footage of hybrid vehicles.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-132, 2007-36, 2008-141
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-124 "Henri Rousseau: Die Legende Vom Naiven Maler"

PERSONALITY: Henri Rousseau
SERIES: FS-Kultur
SPONSOR: Sudwestrundfunk
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: The life and art of Henri Rousseau.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in German

April 16, 2001
2008-125, 2008-125D "Workspheres Public Service Announcement"

PERSONALITY: Paola Antonelli
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Ruder Finn Productions
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Francesca Rosenberg, associate educator, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Jeff Reuschel, Haworth Inc.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: B-Roll and public service announcement for video broadcast. Includes overview of exhibition with personal commentary from Museum staff about their preferred work environments.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-20, 2007-13, 2007-18, 2007-23, 2007-27
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-126 "What is MoMA?"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: MSG Metro Studios
SERIES: MSG Metro Channels
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Bobby Rivers, host.
SPONSOR: MSG Metro
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Glenn Lowry about The Museum of Modern Art's daily operations, Yoshio Taniguchi's architectural concepts and the legacy of Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-147, 2007-17
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October 20, 1998
2008-127 "Weekend Joy: New York Entertainment Report"


PLACE: P.S.1 and The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Weekend Joy
SPONSOR: Highly Enterprises
EXHIBITION: Love Forever: Yayoi Kusama 1958-1968 [MoMA Exh. #1811, July 8(9) - September 22, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A visit to P.S.1's Warm Up and The Museum of Modern Art's exhibition, "Love Forever, Yayoi Kusama."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-77, 2008-120, 2008-127
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

August 8, 1998
2008-128 "South African Art"

PERSONALITY: David Goldblatt
SERIES: BBC
PARTICIPANTS: David Goldblatt, photographer; Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Paul Mueller, interviewer.
SPONSOR: BBC
EXHIBITION: David Goldblatt: Photographs of South Africa [MoMA Exh. #1813, July 14(16) - October 6, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Susan Kismaric gives contextual background for the exhibition and David Goldblatt is interviewed by Paul Mueller about life in apartheid South Africa.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1998
2008-129 "Views"

PERSONALITY: Margit Rowell
PLACE: The Museum of Mdoern Art
SERIES: WABC
PARTICIPANTS: Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: WABC
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life [MoMA Exh. #1772, May 21(25)-August 26, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Margit Rowell explains the exhibition and details the idea of how objects of desire change over time.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-154
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1997
2008-130, 2008-130D "Unedited B-Roll: ModernStarts Places"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: B-Roll
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Modern Starts: Places [MoMA Exh. #1837, October 27(28), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of "Landscape as Retreat," "Rise of the Modern World," and "Unreal City".
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-53a, 2008-53b.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-131 "City Arts Selects"


SERIES: City Arts
SPONSOR: City Arts
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Brief coverage of an unnamed chinese art exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2001

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2008-132, 2008-132D "Different Roads Video News Reel and B-Roll"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Mount, Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Ruder Finn Productions
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Mount, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Christopher Mount and Glenn Lowry speak about the importance of visualizing a new automobile for a better economy, environment and design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-36, 2008-30, 2008-56, 2008-86
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-133 "Willem de Kooning B-Roll"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries.
SERIES: B-Roll
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s [MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited B-roll of exhibition footage for news release.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-150, 2008-73
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-134 "Frances Marion"

PERSONALITY: Mary Lea Bandy
SERIES: CNN Headline News
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lea Bandy, Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Cari Beauchamp, author.
SPONSOR: CNN
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Mary Lea Bandy and Cari Beauchamp celebrate forgotten female screenwriters such as Frances Marion.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

July 7, 1997
2008-135 "Odyssey/Premiere Party"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: WNBC
PARTICIPANTS: The cast of "The Odyssey" mini-series.
SPONSOR: NBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: NBC's mini-series "The Odyssey" premieres at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 13, 1997
2008-136 "Bravo Photo Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Manuel Alvarez Bravo
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Headline News
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: CNN
EXHIBITION: Manuel Alvarez Bravo [MoMA Exh. #1765, February 19(20)-May 18, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of the exhibition galleries with on-site interviews with Museum visitors. Contains an interview with Susan Kismaric about the spirit of Bravo's photography.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-151
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 1, 1997
2008-137 "Andrew Wyeth"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Wyeth
PLACE: NBC Studios
SERIES: NBC-TV
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Meryman, writer; Katie Couric, announcer.
SPONSOR: NBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Richard Meryman about the untold story of Andrew Wyeth's life.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 27, 1997
2008-138 "New York New York"


SERIES: Museum Musts
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: New York City tourist information, including current exhibitions at major metropolitan museums.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-100, 2007-127, 2007-149
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January, February, March 2002
2008-139 "Broadcast Highlights of TV Coverage"


SERIES: Broadcast Highlights
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Galassi, chief curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect.
EXHIBITION: Andreas Gursky [MoMA Exh. #1883, February 28(March 4), 2001-May 15, 2001] Van Gogh's Postman: The Portraits of Joseph Roulin [MoMA Exh. #1881, January 31(February 1), 2001-May 15, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Broadcast highlights of various events and exhibitions during 2001.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-1, 2008-11, 2008-56
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

2001
2008-140 "Segment on Second Act: Second Season"

PERSONALITY: Antonio Mondo
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: Zoom
PARTICIPANTS: Antonion Monda, professor of film, New York University.
SPONSOR: Zoom
EXHIBITION: Postwar Italian Movies
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: The exhibition, Postwar Italian Movies, attempts to offer a new view of Italy through lesser known, important Italian films.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in Italian with English subtitles.

February 14, 1999
2008-141 "MoMA Air Checks"


SERIES: Airchecks
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999] Fame After Photography [MoMA Exh. #1833, July 7(8)-October 5, 1999], The Un-Private House [MoMA Exh. #1832a, June 30(7/1)-October 5, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Various news segments on exhibitions throughout 1999.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-56
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1999
2008-142, 2008-142D "Museum of Modern Art"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: WNBC, E! News Daily
SPONSOR: E! News Daily and WNBC
EXHIBITION: Modern Starts: Places [MoMA Exh. #1837, October 27(28), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: NBC series "Child in the Spotlight" introduces a child named Andre to the Museum. E! News Daily covers the premiere of "If These Walls Could Talk 2" at The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 1, 2000
2008-143 "Chuck Close"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: Good Morning America
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist.
SPONSOR: ABC
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A biographical background on the artist with an overview of his artistic process.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-4, 2007-5, 2007-6, 2007-33, 2008-144
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 11, 1998
2008-144 "Chuck Close"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close.
PLACE: The Today Show Studios
SERIES: The Today Show
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist.
SPONSOR: NBC
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Interview with Chuck Close in the galleries of his retrospective exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-4, 2007-5, 2007-6, 2007-33
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

April 21, 1998
2008-145 "Segment on All-Star Knights"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: WPIX
PARTICIPANTS: All-Star Knights, Bronx Middle School 118
EXHIBITION: Aleksandr Rodchenko [MoMA Exh. #1809, June 24(25) - October 6, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of a fundraiser held at the Aleksandr Rodchenko exhibition to send the All-Star Knights chess club to a tournament in Russia.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

June 24, 1998
2008-146 "Museum of Modern Art"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: KNBC
SPONSOR: KNBC Los Angeles
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An exhibition overview with mention of ergonomic design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-13, 2005-20, 2005-19
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 8, 2001
2008-147 "Jackson Pollock au MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: Radio Canada
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, chief curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Radio Canada
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #1819, October 28(11/1), 1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Kirk Varnedoe leads an exhibition tour and speaks about Pollock's dynamic compositions.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-162, 2005-11, 2007-17, 2007-24
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: This recording is in French.

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2008-148 "Jacob Lawrence/MoMA"

PERSONALITY: Jacob Lawrence
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Saturday Today in New York
PARTICIPANTS: Jacob Lawrence, artist; Janet Stewart, Education Center Coordinator, The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: WNBC
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series [MoMA Exh. #1701, January 11(12)-April 11, 1995]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Jacob Lawrence speaks about his cultural depictions of the southern United States.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-38, 98-43, 98-45, 98-46
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 18, 1995
2008-149 "AMC Behind the Screen: Richard Widmark"

PERSONALITY: Richard Widmark
SERIES: AMC Behind the Screen
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Widmark, actor; Shirley Jones, actress.
SPONSOR: Image Group Post
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A special broadcast dedicated to the work of Richard Widmark.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-19
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 2, 1998
2008-150 "Willem de Kooning"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Produced by Lucia Guimaraes
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s [MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: Footage filmed by Henderson Royes, TBN
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-12, 2008-73, 2008-74, 2008-117, 2008-133
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 22, 1997
2008-151 "Manuel Alvarez Bravo/Photo Exhibit"


SERIES: Breakfast with the Arts
SPONSOR: A&E
EXHIBITION: Manuel Alvarez Bravo [MoMA Exh. #1765, February 19(20)-May 18, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Manuel Alvarez Bravo exhibition commericial.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-136, 98-82a, 98-83
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 16, 1997
2008-152 "MTA/Metrocard"


PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: Korey, Kay & Partners
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: MTA Metrocard commercial with a scene in the MoMA sculpture garden.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

May 11, 1999
2008-153 "Behind the Screen"

PERSONALITY: Mary Lea Bandy
PLACE: AMC Studios
SERIES: Behind the Screen
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Cari Beauchamp, author.
SPONSOR: AMC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion of Frances Marion and other women at the top of the film industry at the turn of the 20th century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-134
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

March 2, 1998
2008-154 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Destination New York
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life [MoMA Exh. #1772, May 21(25)-August 26, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of The Museum of Modern Art exhibition "Objects of Desire."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-155, 2008-156, 2008-158
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

June 25-August 31, 1997
2008-155 "New York Guide"

PERSONALITY: Ewan McGregor
SERIES: Arcadia Pulse Outbound
PARTICIPANTS: Ewan McGregor, actor.
SPONSOR: Virgin Atlantic Airlines
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Ewan McGregor narrates a hip offering of tourist attractions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-157, 2008-156, 2008-158
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October - December 1996
2008-156 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Destination New York
SPONSOR: Tower Air
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]; Achille Castiglioni: Design! [MoMA Exh. #1787, October 15(16), 1997-January 6, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of the Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna and Achille Castiglioni: Design! exhibitions.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-157
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

September 15-December 31, 1997
2008-157 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Destination New York
SPONSOR: Tower Air
EXHIBITION: The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect [MoMA Exh. #1828, March 10(14)-June 1, 1999], Sigmar Polke: Works on Paper, 1963-1974 [MoMA Exh. #1829, March 30(4/1)-June 16, 1999],Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of MoMA exhibitions.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-156
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

April 1- June 30, 1999
2008-158 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Destination New York
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Modern Starts: People [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000], Modern Starts: Places [MoMA Exh. #1837, October 27(28) 1999-March 14, 2000], Modern Starts: Things[MoMA Exh. #1838, November 17(21), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of the "ModernStarts" exhibition series at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-156, 2008-157
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

January 1-March 31, 2000
2008-159 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Destination New York
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Modern Starts: People [MoMA Exh. #1836, October 6(7), 1999-February 1, 2000], Modern Starts: Places [MoMA Exh. #1837, October 27(28) 1999-March 14, 2000], Modern Starts: Things[MoMA Exh. #1838, November 17(21), 1999-March 14, 2000]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of the "ModernStarts" exhibition series at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-156, 2008-157, 2008-158
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

October 1-December 31, 1999
2008-160, 2008-160D "The Simpsons"


SERIES: The Simpsons
SPONSOR: Fox
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Homer Simpsons becomes an artist and experiences reality through Henri Rousseau's "The Sleeping Gypsy."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-76
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-161 "Destination New York"


SERIES: Cultural Segment
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An offering of tourist attactions for visitors to New York City. Includes mention of "Jasper Johns: A Retrospective" at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-155, 2008-156, 2008-158, 2008-157
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

1996-1997
2008-162 "Jackson Pollock - Color"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Easthampton, Long Island.
PARTICIPANTS: Jackson Pollock, artist; Lee Krasner, artist.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentary footage of Jackson Pollock at work in Easthampton, including voice-over of Pollock describing his artistic drive.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-11, 2007-17
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-163 "Museum of Modern Art"


SERIES: Early Today, Today's Business Early Edition, Today in New York
SPONSOR: NBC, CNBC, WNBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: The Museum of Modern Art and the Tate Galleries team-up to create a joint website that can enable pay-per-view exhibitions and online shopping.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-153, 2007-176
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

April 18, 2000
2008-164 "Business Unusual International with Paola Antonelli"

PERSONALITY: Paola Antonelli
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: Early Today, Today's Business Early Edition, Today in New York
PARTICIPANTS: Paola Antonelli, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: NBC, CNBC, WNBC
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Paola Antonelli about the exhibition "Workspheres" and the philosophy related to concepts of home and comfort.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-20, 2007-13, 2007-18, 2007-23, 2007-27, 2007-28, 2008-166 2008-167
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

April 18, 2000
2008-165 "Cars of the Future"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Mount
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SERIES: CNBC
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Mount, assistant curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Gary Witzenburg, auto specialist.
SPONSOR: NBC, CNBC, WNBC
EXHIBITION: Different Roads: Automobiles for the Next Century [MoMA Exh. #1835, July 21(22)-September 21,1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion with Christopher Mount about alternative fuel solutions and futuristic design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-36, 2008-30, 2008-86
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-166 "Museum of Modern Art"


PLACE: KABB-TV Studios
SERIES: Fox 29 News
SPONSOR: KABB-TV
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An overview of the exhibition "Workspheres."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-20, 2007-13, 2007-18, 2007-23, 2007-27, 2007-28, 2008-167
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 7, 2001
2008-167 "Museum of Modern Art"


PLACE: WZZM ABC Studios
SERIES: 13 News
SPONSOR: WZZM
EXHIBITION: Workspheres [MoMA Exh. #1882, February 7(8), 2001-April 22, 2001]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Broadcast segment on Workspheres, including mention of Haworth designers.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-20, 2007-13, 2007-18, 2007-23, 2007-27, 2007-28, 2008-166
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

February 8, 2001
2008-168 "Alfred Hitchcock"


SERIES: Arts & Minds
PARTICIPANTS: Lawrence Kardish, senior curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Hume Cronyn, actor; Patricia Hitckcock O'Connell, Alfred Hitchcock's daughter; Peter Bogdanovich, director.
SPONSOR: Bravo Network
EXHIBITION: Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A review of the centenary exhibition with footage of the opening, as well as interviews with directors, actors and curators on the subject of Hitchcock.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-169, 2005-46, 2007-8, 2008-84
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-169 "Hitchcock Film Series at MoMA"


PLACE: MSG Metro Studios
SERIES: Metroguide
PARTICIPANTS: Brandon Judell, host.
SPONSOR: MSG Metro
EXHIBITION: Alfred Hitchcock Centenary [MoMA Exh. #1831, April 15-August 17, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A commercial for the "Alfred Hitchcock Centenary" film exhibition held at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-168, 2005-45, 2007-8, 2008-84, 2008-108
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2003

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2008-170, 2008-170D "Chuck Close: A Portrait in Progress"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Close
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art and Chuck Close's NYC studio.
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist.
SPONSOR: The Art Kaleidoscope Foundation, Muse Film and Television and WNET
EXHIBITION: Chuck Close [MoMA Exh. #1798, February 25(26) -May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Chuck Close introduces his retrospective to the viewing audience followed by footage of his artistic process within his studio.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-33, 2007-4, 2007-5, 2007-6, 2007-22
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

April 24, 1998
2008-171, 2008-171D "MNBA Glenn Lowry"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Jorge Glusberg, Director, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA)
SPONSOR: MNBA
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A discussion between Lowry and Glusberg about Lowry's vision for The Museum of Modern Art and the upcoming Taniguchi expansion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-126
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is predominately in Spanish.

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2008-172 "Lonely Planet New York"


PLACE: New York City
SERIES: International Version
SPONSOR: Pilot TV and Film, London
DATA: 1 Standard VHS.
SUMMARY: A tourist guide to Manhattan and the Bronx.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-100, 2007-127, 2008-69
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

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2008-173 "Rem Koolhaas Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Rem Koolhaas, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-182
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-174 "Museum of Modern Art Merges with P.S.1"


PLACE: NY1
SERIES: WNYW, Telenoticias
SPONSOR: NY1; Telenoticias
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: News brief on the merging of The Museum of Modern Art with contemporary art space, P.S.1.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-142, 2008-112, 2008-127
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Archives 2001

February 2, 1999; February 9, 1999
2008-175a "Holocaust Victims Claims on Nazi Stolen Art"


PLACE: The House of Representatives
SERIES: AVC-TV
PARTICIPANTS: The House Banking and Financial Services Committee; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, chairman of the trustees, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Jay Shotel and AVC-TV
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 1 of 2 Standard VHS video tapes
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry makes a statement before the House Banking and Financial Services Committee about the Museum's empathy for Holocaust victims and the Museum's continuing effort to thoroughly research the provenance of the permanent art collection.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-187
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

February 12, 1998
2008-175b "Holocaust Victims Claims on Nazi Stolen Art"


PLACE: The House of Representatives
SERIES: AVC-TV
PARTICIPANTS: The House Banking and Financial Services Committee; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, chairman of the trustees, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Jay Shotel and AVC-TV
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 2 of 2 Standard VHS video tapes
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry makes a statement before the House Banking and Financial Services Committee about the Museum's empathy for Holocaust victims and the Museum's continuing effort to thoroughly research the provenance of the permanent art collection.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-187
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

February 12, 1998
2008-176 "Renoir's Portraits: Impressions of an Age"


PLACE: The Art Institute of Chicago
PARTICIPANTS: Gloria Groom, curator.
SPONSOR: JBR Entertainment
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A special production on Renior's ability to portray humanity.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

March 23, 1998
2008-177 "New Yorkers - Citizen Kafka - Used Book Cafe"

PERSONALITY: Terrence Riley
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Yorkers
PARTICIPANTS: Terrence Riley, curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Highly Enterprises Inc
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Terrence Riley describes the anticipated expansion details using a maquette of the Taniguchi design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-10, 2002-11, 2007-87, 2007-197
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese.

January 15, 1998
2008-178 "Non Profit Arts"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
SERIES: Headline News
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Headline News CNN
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry voices his opinion on the recent NEA findings that many people regarded museums as elitist and alienating. Lowry speaks about supporting a national advocacy campaign towards accessibility.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-6
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

October 15, 1997
2008-179 "Pop Art - Nosolomusica"

PERSONALITY: Wendy Weitman
PLACE: The Museum of Moder Art
PARTICIPANTS: Wendy Weitman, Associate Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Pop Impressions Europe/USA: Prints and Multiples from The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #1827, February 16(18)-May 18, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Wendy Weitman is interviewed and emphasizes the global appeal and production of "Pop" art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish

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2008-180 "AICP Press Coverage"


PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SERIES: 10 o'clock News
SPONSOR: Association of Independent Commercial Producers
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Independent directors and producers of television commercials honor one another in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

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2008-181, 2008-181D "Egon Schiele"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: TV Globo of Brasil
PARTICIPANTS: Heloisa Villela, journalist.
SPONSOR: TV Globo
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the installation and detailed coverage of Schiele's technique.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-190
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Portuguese.

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2008-182 "Tod Williams and Billie Tsien Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Tod Williams and Billie Tsien
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Tod Williams, architect; Billie Tsien, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-183 "Asahi TV"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Asahi TV
EXHIBITION: Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles[MoMA Exh. #1820, November 11(12), 1998-January 26, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry delivers comments in the gallery in honor of the exhibition. Footage also contains interviews with museum-goers about their interpretations of the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese

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2008-184 "Contemporary Art"


SERIES: 60 Minutes
PARTICIPANTS: Damien Hirst, artist.
SPONSOR: CBS
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A special presentation on the Saatchi gallery's British artists and the impending Sensation show. Includes a lively discussion of the current trends and qualities of modern art.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

October 5, 1997
2008-185 "Vik Muniz"

PERSONALITY: Vik Muniz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries and Vik Muniz's studio.
SERIES: TV Globo of Brasil
PARTICIPANTS: Heloisa Villela, reporter; Vik Muniz, photographer.
SPONSOR: TV Globo
EXHIBITION: New Photography 13, Rineke Dijkstra, An-My Lé, Vik Muniz, Kuni‚ Sigiura [MoMA Exh. #1788, October 23(24), 1997-January 13, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Vik Muniz in the museum galleries and a visit to his studio.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Portuguese.

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2008-186 "Destination New York"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Tower Air
SPONSOR: Inflight Entertainment
EXHIBITION: Fernand Léger [MoMA Exh. #1795, February 11(15)-June 2, 1998]; Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism [MoMA Exh. #1796, February 18(19) - May 19, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Brief mention of The Museum of Modern Art exhibitions Fernand Léger and Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-127, 2007-162, 2007-100, 2007-149
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

April 1- June 30, 1998
2008-187 "Nightline"


SERIES: Nightline
SPONSOR: ABC
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A special airing on Nazi looted art and the Egon Schiele paintings held in New York state for provenance research.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-190, 2008-175a, 2008-175b
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

April 28, 1998
2008-188 "Brothers Who Dreamed of Utopia"

PERSONALITY: The Stenberg Brothers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terrence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Stenberg Brothers: Constructing a Revolution in Soviet Design [MoMA Exh. #1775, June 9(10)-September 2, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: On-site interviews with exhibition visitors and museum curators about the graphic quality of the brothers' posters.
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Japanese

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2008-189 "Miró's Black and Red Series"

PERSONALITY: Deborah Wye
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art galleries
SERIES: TVE
PARTICIPANTS: Agustin Remesal, reporter; Deborah Wye, chief curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Miró's Black and Red Series: New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #1821, November 17(19),1998-February 2, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the installation and a brief interview with Deborah Wye about Miró's series.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-90
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Spanish

November 24, 1998
2008-190 "Egon Schiele"

PERSONALITY: Egon Schiele
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Manhattan Connection
PARTICIPANTS: Lucia Guimaraes
SPONSOR: The Brazilian Network
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the installation and detailed close-ups of Schiele's technique.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-181
DONOR: Department of Communications
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 2001

NOTE: This recording is in Portuguese.

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2008-191 "Yoshio Taniguchi Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A final presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-105, 2008-106
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-192 "Steven Holl Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Steven Holl
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Steven Holl, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-105, 2008-106, 2008-191
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-193 "Bernard Tschumi Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Bernard Tschumi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-105, 2008-106, 2008-192, 2008-191
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-194 "Rafael Viñoly Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Rafael Viñoly
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Rafael Viñoly, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A final presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-105, 2008-106, 2008-192, 2008-193, 2008-191
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-195 "Wiel Arets Presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee"

PERSONALITY: Wiel Arets
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Charette Competition
PARTICIPANTS: Wiel Arets, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Museum Trustee Chairman; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Sr., Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Marshall S. Cogan, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Jerry I. Speyer, The Museum of Modern Art trustee; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum fo Modern Art; Philip Johnson, architect. Terence Riley, Chief Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A final presentation to the Museum Architect Selection Committee of architectural designs for an expanded and renovated museum.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b, 2008-111, 2008-173, 2008-182, 2008-105, 2008-106, 2008-192, 2008-193, 2008-191
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

NOTE: This tape is RESTRICTED.

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2008-196, 2008-196D "All Staff Meeting"

PERSONALITY: Yoshio Taniguchi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: All Staff Meeting
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Yoshio Taniguchi, architect; Sid Bass, Chairman of the Architect Selection Committee.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, Duplicate is 1 Hi8 Metal-P Cassette
SUMMARY: Glenn Lowry introduces Yoshio Taniguchi's architectural background to the staff with a slide show of his previously-completed museums. Taniguchi also speaks about his goals for the expansion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2002-9a, 2002-9b.
DONOR: The Museum of Modern Art Library
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2008

December 9, 1997
2008-197 "The Print World of Tatyana Grosman Part II"

PERSONALITY: Tatyana Grosman
PLACE: Universal Limited Art Editions studios
SERIES: Camera 3
PARTICIPANTS: Jasper Johns, artist; Robert Rauschnberg, artist; Tatyana Grosman, printmaker; Helen Frankenthaler, artist; Rosamond Bernier, host.
SPONSOR: Camera 3
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: On-site interview with Tatyana Grosman and artists who create prints at Universal Limited Art Editions.

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2008-198 "Chuck Close Installation"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Art handler "Matthew".
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Focus: Chuck Close: Editioned Works [MoMA Exh. #1797, February 25(26) - May 26, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A description and lighting chart instructions for installing a Chuck Close hologram in The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-4, 2007-5, 2007-6, 2008-114
DONOR: Department of Prints and Illustrated Books

November 11, 1997
2008-199 "Robert Ryman, John Baldessari, Richard Artschwager, Ross Bleckner"


PLACE: Various studios and storage areas.
PARTICIPANTS: Artists and studio assistants.
SPONSOR: C Project
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Artists and studio assistants photographing, installing and painting artworks.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-198

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2008-200 "Candela Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Christian Menn
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Felix Candela Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Terrence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Christian Menn, structural engineer; Guy Nordenson, structural engineer and professor at Princeton University.
SPONSOR: Princeton University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Architecture Departments.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A lecture by Christian Menn about his work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-72, 2005-41, 2005-71a, 2005-71b.
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design.

March 29, 2000
2008-201 "Walkaround Time"

PERSONALITY: Merce Cunningham
PARTICIPANTS: Merce Cunningham and Merce Cunningham Company
SPONSOR: Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A movie by Charles Atlas and set design overseen by Jasper Johns, "Walkaround Time" is a dance performance by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94-4, 2007-11b

September 7, 1984
2008-202a "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 1 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 23, 1999
2008-202b "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 2 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 23, 1999
2008-202c "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 3 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 23, 1999
2008-202d "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 4 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 23, 1999
2008-202e "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 5 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 24, 1999
2008-202f "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 6 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

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January 24, 1999
2008-202g "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 7 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 24, 1999
2008-202h "Jackson Pollock Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Jackson Pollock
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recovering Pollock: Method, Meaning and Impact - a symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Timothy J. Clark, Chancellor's Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Curator, Dept. of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; James Coddington, Chief Conservator, Conservation Dept., The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection; Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Profesor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley; Jeremy Lewison, Director of Collections, Tate Gallery, London
EXHIBITION: Jackson Pollock (October 28, 1998 -February 2, 1999) MoMA Exh #1819
DATA: 8 of 8 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: A symposium on Jackson Pollock.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events 99.66, 99.66D, 99.67, 99.67D, 99.68, 99.68D, 99.69, 99.69D, 99.70, 99,70D, 99.71, 99.71D, 99.72, 99.72D
DONOR: The Department of Education.

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 24, 1999
2008-203 "Chinua Achebe Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Chinua Achebe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Chinua Achebe, novelist.
EXHIBITION: The Short Century, held at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A lecture by Chinua Achebe about his writings in the context of African revolutionary movements.
RELATED MATERIAL: 99.11a, 99.11b.

May 4, 2002
2008-204 "Special Events"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 3/4" Umatic Videocassette
SUMMARY: On-site interviews with The Museum of Modern Art dinner guests.
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2004

NOTE: This recording is incomplete.

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2008-205 "Assignment: Rescue"


PLACE: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
SERIES: Exhibition Walk-Through
SPONSOR: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Original exhibit tour walk-through and combined audio tour of "Varian Fry."
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-4, 2008-175a, 2008-175b
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2004

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2008-206 "Degenerate Art"


SPONSOR: Museum Film and Television
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An indepth look at the degenerate art exhibition in Nazi Germany with interviews from museum visitors.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-175a, 2008-175b, 2008-187
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2004

NOTE: This recording was produced by David Grubin Productions, Inc in association with The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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2008-207 "This is MBNA"


SPONSOR: MBNA
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Promotional video about MBNA customers and customer satisfaction.
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2004

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2008-208, 2008-208D "David Rockefeller Award"

PERSONALITY: Michael R. Bloomberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: David Rockefeller Award
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockfeller, Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Michael R. Bloomberg, Recipient of the 2001 David Rockefeller Award; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of the David Rockefeller Award luncheon, which raises money towards The Museum of Modern Art's educational programming, honors Michael Bloomberg.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-193
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2004

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials file for event pamphlet.

February 28, 2001
2008-209 "The Private Life of a Masterpiece"

PERSONALITY: Edvard Munch
PLACE: The Norwegian National Gallery
SERIES: BBC
SPONSOR: BBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An expose on the Munch painting "The Scream" and a detailed investigation into the meaning of its imagery in popular culture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-210a, 2008-210b
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Transferred from Kynaston McShine's office at the end of his tenure.

August 12, 2001
2008-210a "Edvard Munch"

PERSONALITY: Edvard Munch
PLACE: Norway
SERIES: A film directed by Peter Watkins
SPONSOR: BBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Miniseries on the lifestyle and culture of Munch's hometown.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-211
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Transferred from Kynaston McShine's office at the end of his tenure.

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2008-210b "Edvard Munch"

PERSONALITY: Edvard Munch
PLACE: Norway
SERIES: A film directed by Peter Watkins
SPONSOR: BBC
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Miniseries on the lifestyle and culture of Munch's hometown.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-211
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Transferred from Kynaston McShine's office at the end of his tenure.

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2008-211 "Dance of Life"

PERSONALITY: Edvard Munch
PLACE: Oslo, Norway
SERIES: Produced by Yellow Cottage and Hybris Film
SPONSOR: The AudioVisual Production Fund, NRK and Norwegian Filminstitute.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A re-enactment of Edvard Munch's life.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-210a, 2008-210b
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Transferred from Kynaston McShine's office at the end of his tenure.

October 1997
2008-212 "The Quest for Madonna"

PERSONALITY: Edvard Munch
SERIES: A film directed by Erling Borgen
SPONSOR: The Norwegian Film Fund
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A biographical look at Munch with footage of the Norwegian National Gallery and a focus on Munch's Madonna imagery.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-209, 2008-210a, 2008-210b, 2008-211
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Transferred from Kynaston McShine's office at the end of his tenure.

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2008-213 "A Conversation with John Elderfield and Kirk Varnedoe"

SERIES: Exhibition Documentaries
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. #1906, February 13, 2003 - May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 DVD
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-47, 2008-48, 2008-49
DONOR: Department of Film
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008
NOTE: This series of exhibition documentaries was initiated in 2003 under the guidance of Mary Lea Bandy, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs. The project had the goal of documenting certain special exhibitions with interviews of curators and artists. CK Studios produced these videos. The HDCam masters are catalogued in STAR and are held in Hamlin. The intention behind these videos was to produce archival video records of MoMA's exhibitions for research purposes and internal use.

December 16, 2003
2008-214 "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Gabriel Orozco"

PERSONALITY: Gabriel Orozco
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Gabriel Orozco, artist; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: New Perspectives in Latin American Art, 1930-2006: Selections from a Decade of Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #2022, November 21, 2007 through February 25, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: A conversation with Gabriel Orozco.
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-17, 93-18, 93-19, 2007-35
DONOR: Digital Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time. Please see Supplemental Materials for a CD of images from Gabriel Orozco's talk.

January 30, 2008
2008-215 "Modern Mondays: Sharon Hayes"

PERSONALITY: Sharon Hayes
PLACE: Titus II Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Sharon Hayes, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: Hayes presents her most recent work, which focuses on the conditions of public speech and public opinion, and on the complicated relationship between politics and desire.
RELATED MATERIAL:2008-65a, 2008-65b, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-61, 2008-62, 2008-63, 2008-216, 2008-217
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 25, 2008
2008-216 "An Evening with Andrea Geyer: Spiral Lands_Chapter 2"

PERSONALITY: Andrea Geyer
PLACE: Titus II Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Andrea Geyer, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: Via a slide lecture, multimedia artist Geyer explores the scholar's role in the critical examination of the relationship between land and identity, and the ways in which this relationship frames and determines our (mis)understanding of the contemporary U.S.
RELATED MATERIAL:2008-65a, 2008-65b, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-61, 2008-62, 2008-63, 2008-215, 2008-217
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 11, 2008
2008-217 "Synthetic Times: Media Art Now"

PERSONALITY: Zhang Ga
PLACE: Titus II Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Zhang Ga, curator.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: Zhang Ga speaks about his involvement with the exhibition Synthetic Times-Media Art China 2008, a Cultural Olympics project opening at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing in June 2008, where media artists debate issues revolving around the exhibition's themes: Beyond Body; Emotive Digital; The Recombinant Reality; and Here, There, and Everywhere.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-65a, 2008-65b, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-61, 2008-62, 2008-63, 2008-215, 2008-217
DONOR: Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

April 14, 2008
2008-218, 2008-218D "Women in Modernism: Making Places in Architecture"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Sarah Herda, Director, The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago; Toshiko Mori, architect and Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture and Chair of the Department of Architecture, Harvard University; Karen Stein, former Editorial Director, Phaidon Press; Gwendolyn Wright, architectural historian and Professor of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Columbia University; Barry Bergdoll, The Philip Johnson Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program explores the role that architectural arbiters have had and continue to have in shaping the history and defining the legacy of modern architecture in the United States.
RELATED MATERIAL: 77-1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 25, 2007
2008-219a, 2008-219aD "Vanguard Lost and Found: Soviet Modernist Architecture between Peril and Preservation"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Natalia Dushkina, Professor, Moscow Architecture Institute, ICOMOS 20th Century Committee; Anke Zalivako, architect and historian, Technische Universität, Berlin; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Alexei Ginzburg, architect, Moscow; Yuri Avvakumov, artist and architect, Moscow; Katia Melnikova; Margarita Shtiglits, architect and preservationist, St. Petersburg; Boris Kirikov, architect, preservationist, St. Petersburg Committee for the Protection of Monuments; Clementine Cecil, journalist, London, Founder, Moscow Architectural Preservation Society; David Sarkisian, Director, Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow; Senator Sergei Gordeev, Founder and President, Russian Avantgarde Foundation; Valeri Shevchuk, President, Moscow Committee for Heritage Protection; Maristella Casciato, architect, Professor, University of Bologna, President of Docomomo International; John H. Stubbs, Vice President, Field Projects, World Monuments Fund, New York.
SPONSOR: World Monuments Fund - Modernism at Risk Program sponsored by Knoll, Inc., Julie L. Rasmussen, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Following the seminal "Heritage at Risk" conference held in Moscow in April 2006, this symposium addresses pressing issues in the preservation of the modernist legacy of the most significant edifices built by radical Soviet architects in the 1920s and 1930s.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 29, 2007
2008-219b, 2008-219bD "Vanguard Lost and Found: Soviet Modernist Architecture between Peril and Preservation"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Natalia Dushkina, Professor, Moscow Architecture Institute, ICOMOS 20th Century Committee; Anke Zalivako, architect and historian, Technische Universität, Berlin; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Alexei Ginzburg, architect, Moscow; Yuri Avvakumov, artist and architect, Moscow; Katia Melnikova; Margarita Shtiglits, architect and preservationist, St. Petersburg; Boris Kirikov, architect, preservationist, St. Petersburg Committee for the Protection of Monuments; Clementine Cecil, journalist, London, Founder, Moscow Architectural Preservation Society; David Sarkisian, Director, Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow; Senator Sergei Gordeev, Founder and President, Russian Avantgarde Foundation; Valeri Shevchuk, President, Moscow Committee for Heritage Protection; Maristella Casciato, architect, Professor, University of Bologna, President of Docomomo International; John H. Stubbs, Vice President, Field Projects, World Monuments Fund, New York.
SPONSOR: World Monuments Fund - Modernism at Risk Program sponsored by Knoll, Inc., Julie L. Rasmussen, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Following the seminal "Heritage at Risk" conference held in Moscow in April 2006, this symposium addresses pressing issues in the preservation of the modernist legacy of the most significant edifices built by radical Soviet architects in the 1920s and 1930s.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 29, 2007
2008-219c, 2008-219cD "Vanguard Lost and Found: Soviet Modernist Architecture between Peril and Preservation"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Natalia Dushkina, Professor, Moscow Architecture Institute, ICOMOS 20th Century Committee; Anke Zalivako, architect and historian, Technische Universität, Berlin; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Alexei Ginzburg, architect, Moscow; Yuri Avvakumov, artist and architect, Moscow; Katia Melnikova; Margarita Shtiglits, architect and preservationist, St. Petersburg; Boris Kirikov, architect, preservationist, St. Petersburg Committee for the Protection of Monuments; Clementine Cecil, journalist, London, Founder, Moscow Architectural Preservation Society; David Sarkisian, Director, Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow; Senator Sergei Gordeev, Founder and President, Russian Avantgarde Foundation; Valeri Shevchuk, President, Moscow Committee for Heritage Protection; Maristella Casciato, architect, Professor, University of Bologna, President of Docomomo International; John H. Stubbs, Vice President, Field Projects, World Monuments Fund, New York.
SPONSOR: World Monuments Fund - Modernism at Risk Program sponsored by Knoll, Inc., Julie L. Rasmussen, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Following the seminal "Heritage at Risk" conference held in Moscow in April 2006, this symposium addresses pressing issues in the preservation of the modernist legacy of the most significant edifices built by radical Soviet architects in the 1920s and 1930s.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 29, 2007
2008-219d, 2008-219dD "Vanguard Lost and Found: Soviet Modernist Architecture between Peril and Preservation"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Natalia Dushkina, Professor, Moscow Architecture Institute, ICOMOS 20th Century Committee; Anke Zalivako, architect and historian, Technische Universität, Berlin; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Alexei Ginzburg, architect, Moscow; Yuri Avvakumov, artist and architect, Moscow; Katia Melnikova; Margarita Shtiglits, architect and preservationist, St. Petersburg; Boris Kirikov, architect, preservationist, St. Petersburg Committee for the Protection of Monuments; Clementine Cecil, journalist, London, Founder, Moscow Architectural Preservation Society; David Sarkisian, Director, Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow; Senator Sergei Gordeev, Founder and President, Russian Avantgarde Foundation; Valeri Shevchuk, President, Moscow Committee for Heritage Protection; Maristella Casciato, architect, Professor, University of Bologna, President of Docomomo International; John H. Stubbs, Vice President, Field Projects, World Monuments Fund, New York.
SPONSOR: World Monuments Fund - Modernism at Risk Program sponsored by Knoll, Inc., Julie L. Rasmussen, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee.
DATA: 1 miniDVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Following the seminal "Heritage at Risk" conference held in Moscow in April 2006, this symposium addresses pressing issues in the preservation of the modernist legacy of the most significant edifices built by radical Soviet architects in the 1920s and 1930s.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 29, 2007
2008-220, 2008-220D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Jenny Holzer"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Jenny Holzer, artist.
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Holzer speaks about her work and her perception of the current state of the economy.
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 119; 98-11
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 28, 2007
2008-221, 2008-221D "Experimental Magazines, Circa 1986"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Jonathan Crary, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory, Columbia University, and founding editor of Zone Books; Thomas Lawson, Dean of Cal Arts and Susan Morgan, former editors of REAL LIFE; May Castleberry, Editor, Library Council Publications, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Following last fall season's panel discussion, "Experimental Magazines and the International Avant-Gardes, 1945-1975," this program examines a particular moment in experimental journals and magazines. Focusing on publications established in the 1980s, scholars, artists, and editors address the magazine as a platform for new ideas and original contributions by artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: Sound-Recordings of Museum Related Events 2007.219
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

December 3, 2007
2008-222, 2008-222D "Painting Objects / Object Painting"

PERSONALITY: Allan McCollum and Karin Sander
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Allan McCollum, artist; Karin Sander, artist; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: What is Painting? Contemporary Art from the Collection [MoMA Exh. #2011, July 7, 2007-September 17, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is DVD
SUMMARY: Allan McCollum and Karin Sander, artists featured in the exhibition What is Painting? Contemporary Art from the Collection, discuss their work. The conversation is moderated by Anne Umland, organizer of the exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 10, 2007
2008-223, 2008-223D "Mary Miss and Roxy Paine"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Miss, artist; Roxy Paine, artist; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is DVD
SUMMARY: Inspired by the most recent pressing ecological concerns, this program aims to provide diverse perspectives on the changing relationships between modern and contemporary art and the environment. Artists Mary Miss and Roxy Paine discuss subjects such as the nature of their materials and how they engage with their physical surroundings.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 2, 2007
2008-224, 2008-224D "The Old Becomes New: Urban Revitalization in New York"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; James Corner of field operations; Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio of Diller Scofidio + Renfro Architects.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: James Corner of field operations and Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio of Diller Scofidio + Renfro address issues surrounding urban transformation.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-223, 2006-9
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

November 8, 2007
2008-225, 2008-225D "Present Tense: A Lecture by JoAnn Verburg"

PERSONALITY: JoAnn Verburg
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: JoAnn Verburg, photographer; Susan Kismaric, curator, Department of Photography.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: JoAnn Verburg speaks about her photographs, which include composed and "found" still lifes, portraits, and landscapes. Afterwards, Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, and organizer of the exhibition, moderates a discussion
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 22, 2007
2008-226, 2008-226D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Ron Gilad"

PERSONALITY: Ron Gilad
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Ron Gilad, industrial designer.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Ron Gilad in conversation.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 12, 2007
2008-227a, 2008-227aD "HELL: From Dante to Today"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Caroline Bergvall, poet, and Co-Chair, Writing MFA, Milton Avery School for the Arts, Bard College; Rachel Jacoff, Margaret E. Deffenbaugh and LeRoy T. Carlson Professor in Comparative Literature and Professor of Italian, Wellesley College; Robert Pinsky, poet.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Participants read poems that reflect Dante's enduring conception of Hell.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-185
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

November 14, 2007
2008-227b, 2008-227bD "HELL: From Dante to Today"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Caroline Bergvall, poet, and Co-Chair, Writing MFA, Milton Avery School for the Arts, Bard College; Rachel Jacoff, Margaret E. Deffenbaugh and LeRoy T. Carlson Professor in Comparative Literature and Professor of Italian, Wellesley College; Robert Pinsky, poet.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Participants read poems that reflect the enduring conception of Hell.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-185
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

November 14, 2007
2008-228, 2008-228D "From the Specific to the General: The Publications of Seth Siegelaub"

PERSONALITY: Seth Siegelaub
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Alexander Alberro, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Florida; Christophe Cherix, Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lawrence Weiner, artist; Robert Barry, artist; Seth Siegelaub, gallerist.
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Participants participate in a roundtable discussion about their collaborations.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

November 26, 2007
2008-229, 2008-229D "Reconsidering Feminism: A Year in Review"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future
PARTICIPANTS: Janine Antoni, artist; Aruna D'Souza, Assistant Professor of Art History and Women's Studies, Binghamton University; Sharon Hayes, artist; and Molly Nesbit, Professor of Art History, Vassar College, contributing editor, Artforum; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This roundtable discussion aims examines contemporary collective efforts to write recent feminist art history and implement the lessons learned from these initiatives.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

November 20, 2007
2008-230a, 2008-230aD "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Roni Horn"

PERSONALITY: Roni Horn
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Roni Horn, artist.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: A conversation with Roni Horn, who produces sculpture, photography, drawings, essays, and books. She engages the senses of the viewer, while also investigating issues of identity and difference and the relationship between humans and nature.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 19, 2007
2008-230b, 2008-230bD "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Roni Horn"

PERSONALITY: Roni Horn
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Roni Horn, artist.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: A conversation with Roni Horn, who produces sculpture, photography, drawings, essays, and books. She engages the senses of the viewer, while also investigating issues of identity and difference and the relationship between humans and nature.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

October 19, 2007
2008-231a, 2008-231aD "1907 / 2007: Poets on Les Demoiselles D'Avignon"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Jo Bang, poet and Associate Professor of English and Director of the Creative Writing Program, Washington University, St. Louis; Mary Ann Caws, author, translator and Distinguished Professor of English, French, Comparative Literature, and Film Studies, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York; Pierre Joris, poet, translator, essayist, and Professor of Poetry and Poetics, State University of New York, Albany; and Jerome Rothenberg poet and professor of visual arts and literature, University of California, San Diego.
EXHIBITION: Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon at 100 [MoMA Exh. #2004, May 9, 2007-August 27, 2007]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: In conjunction with the one hundredth anniversary of Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, May's installment of Modern Poets reflects upon Picasso's masterpiece, other works in the Museum's collection made in 1907, and the year 1907 itself.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-227a, 2008-227b
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

May 23, 2007
2008-231b, 2008-231bD "1907 / 2007: Poets on Les Demoiselles D'Avignon"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Jo Bang, poet and Associate Professor of English and Director of the Creative Writing Program, Washington University, St. Louis; Mary Ann Caws, author, translator and Distinguished Professor of English, French, Comparative Literature, and Film Studies, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York; Pierre Joris, poet, translator, essayist, and Professor of Poetry and Poetics, State University of New York, Albany; and Jerome Rothenberg poet and professor of visual arts and literature, University of California, San Diego.
EXHIBITION: Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon at 100 [MoMA Exh. #2004, May 9, 2007-August 27, 2007]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: In conjunction with the one hundredth anniversary of Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, May's installment of Modern Poets reflects upon Picasso's masterpiece, other works in the Museum's collection made in 1907, and the year 1907 itself.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-227a, 2008-227b
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

May 23, 2007
2008-232, 2008-232D "Painting Process / Process Painting"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Close, artist; Carroll Dunham, artist; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture.
EXHIBITION: What is Painting? Contemporary Art from the Collection [MoMA Exh. #2011, July 7, 2007-September 17, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Chuck Close and Carroll Dunham, artists featured in the exhibition What is Painting? Contemporary Art from the Collection, discuss their work. The conversation is moderated by Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, and organizer of the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-222
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

August 8, 2007
2008-233, 2008-233D "The Cafe Concert in Art and Song: The Civilians in Performance"


PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Concerts, Readings & Performances
PARTICIPANTS: The Civilians
EXHIBITION: Georges Seurat: The Drawings [MoMA Exh. #2020, October 28, 2007 through January 7, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Founded in 2001 by Artistic Director Steven Cosson, The Civilians is an innovative theater company that produces original work from creative investigations of real life. The company has created four shows-Canard, Canard, Goose?, Gone Missing, The Ladies, and (I am) Nobody's Lunch-which have been performed in New York and at theaters nationally and internationally.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

December 11, 2007
2008-234 "The Cafe Concert in Art and Song: The Civilians in Performance"


PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Concerts, Readings & Performances
PARTICIPANTS: The Civilians
EXHIBITION: Georges Seurat: The Drawings [MoMA Exh. #2020, October 28, 2007 through January 7, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM cassette
SUMMARY: Founded in 2001 by Artistic Director Steven Cosson, The Civilians is an innovative theater company that produces original work from creative investigations of real life. The company has created four shows-Canard, Canard, Goose?, Gone Missing, The Ladies, and (I am) Nobody's Lunch-which have been performed in New York and at theaters nationally and internationally.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE:The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 12, 2007
2008-235, 2008-235D "A Conversation Between Lynne Cooke and Richard Serra"

PERSONALITY: Richard Serra
PLACE: Titus 1 Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Lynne Cooke, co-curator; Richard Serra, sculptor.
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [MoMA Exh. #2007, June 3, 2007-September 10, 2007 and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installation, June 3, 2007-September 24, 2007]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Co-curator Lynne Cooke and Richard Serra discuss the artist's work and the exhibition Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-49, 2008-51
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

September 6, 2007
2008-236a "12+12= Spain on Spain"


PLACE: Columbia University, New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Columbia University Professor of Architecture; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mark Wigley, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
SPONSOR: The Lily Auchincloss Fund for Contemporary Architecture
EXHIBITION: On-Site: New Architecture in Spain [MoMA Exh. #1964, February 12, 2006 - May 1, 2006]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Symposium, moderated by Jorge Otero-Pailos, includes remarks by Terence Riley, Mark Wigley, as well as a dialogue featuring architects from the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-7
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE:The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

Feburary 11, 2006
2008-236b "12+12= Spain on Spain"


PLACE: Columbia University, New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Columbia University Professor of Architecture; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mark Wigley, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
SPONSOR: The Lily Auchincloss Fund for Contemporary Architecture
EXHIBITION: On-Site: New Architecture in Spain [MoMA Exh. #1964, February 12, 2006 - May 1, 2006]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Symposium, moderated by Jorge Otero-Pailos, includes remarks by Terence Riley, Mark Wigley, as well as a dialogue featuring architects from the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-7
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE:The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

Feburary 11, 2006
2008-236c "12+12= Spain on Spain"


PLACE: Columbia University, New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Columbia University Professor of Architecture; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mark Wigley, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
SPONSOR: The Lily Auchincloss Fund for Contemporary Architecture
EXHIBITION: On-Site: New Architecture in Spain [MoMA Exh. #1964, February 12, 2006 - May 1, 2006]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Symposium, moderated by Jorge Otero-Pailos, includes remarks by Terence Riley, Mark Wigley, as well as a dialogue featuring architects from the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-7
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE:The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

Feburary 11, 2006
2008-236d "12+12= Spain on Spain"


PLACE: Columbia University, New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Columbia University Professor of Architecture; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mark Wigley, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
SPONSOR: The Lily Auchincloss Fund for Contemporary Architecture
EXHIBITION: On-Site: New Architecture in Spain [MoMA Exh. #1964, February 12, 2006 - May 1, 2006]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: The Symposium, moderated by Jorge Otero-Pailos, includes remarks by Terence Riley, Mark Wigley, as well as a dialogue featuring architects from the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-7
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2008

NOTE:The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

Feburary 11, 2006
2008-237a "Olafur Eliasson Installation at MoMA and P.S.1.

PERSONALITY: Olafur Eliasson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1. Contemporary Art Space
SERIES: Installation Footage
PARTICIPANTS: Olafur Eliasson, artist; Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson [MoMA Exh. #2036, April 20 through June 30, 2008]
DATA: 1 of 3 DVDs
SUMMARY: Documentation of exhibition installation.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: This recording must be played back using the computer application Quicktime.

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2008-237b "Olafur Eliasson Installation at MoMA and P.S.1.

PERSONALITY: Olafur Eliasson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1. Contemporary Art Space
SERIES: Installation Footage
PARTICIPANTS: Olafur Eliasson, artist; Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson [MoMA Exh. #2036, April 20 through June 30, 2008]
DATA: 2 of 3 DVDs
SUMMARY: Documentation of exhibition installation.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: This recording must be played back using the computer application Quicktime.

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2008-237c "Olafur Eliasson Installation at MoMA and P.S.1.

PERSONALITY: Olafur Eliasson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1. Contemporary Art Space
SERIES: Installation Footage
PARTICIPANTS: Olafur Eliasson, artist; Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson [MoMA Exh. #2036, April 20 through June 30, 2008]
DATA: 3 of 3 DVDs
SUMMARY: Documentation of exhibition installation.
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: This recording must be played back using the computer application Quicktime.

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2008-238 "Vito Acconci Teen Interview"

PERSONALITY: Vito Acconci
PARTICIPANTS: Vito Acconci, artist; Group of teens giving interview.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited interview with Vito Acconci with questions from New York City teenagers.
RELATED MATERIAL: 88-4, 88-8a, 88-8b, 88-9
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

March 20, 2003
2008-239 "MoMA in a Box / Winogrand"

PERSONALITY: John F. Kennedy
PLACE: The 1960 Democratic National Convention
PARTICIPANTS: John F. Kennedy, senator.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign speech at The Democratic National Convention
DONOR: Information Technology Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: This recording is a duplication from the original held at JFK Library.

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2008-240a "Shahzia Sikander Interview with Students"

PERSONALITY: Shahzia Sikander
PARTICIPANTS: Shahzia Sikander, artist; New York City teenagers
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited interview with Shahzia Sikander about being an artist and her artistic practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-238
DONOR: Digital Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Shahzia Sikander is off-camera during the interview.

May 3, 2004
2008-240b "Shahzia Sikander Interview with Students"

PERSONALITY: Shahzia Sikander
PARTICIPANTS: Shahzia Sikander, artist; New York City teenagers
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited interview with Shahzia Sikander about being an artist and her artistic practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-238
DONOR: Digital Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Shahzia Sikander is off-camera during the interview.

May 3, 2004
2008-240c "Shahzia Sikander Interview with Students"

PERSONALITY: Shahzia Sikander
PARTICIPANTS: Shahzia Sikander, artist; New York City teenagers
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited interview with Shahzia Sikander about being an artist and her artistic practice.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-238
DONOR: Digital Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 2008

NOTE: Shahzia Sikander is off-camera during the interview.

May 3, 2004
2008-241 "Westbeth"

PERSONALITY: Merce Cunningham
PLACE: Merce Cunningham Dance Studio
SERIES: Merce Cunningham Dance Performance
PARTICIPANTS: Merce Cunningham, dancer and choregrapher; George Titus, dancer; Karen Attix, dancer; Ellen Cornfield, dancer; Meg Harper, dancer; Catherine Kerr, dancer; et al.
SPONSOR: The Merce Cunnginham Dance Foundation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Unedited dance footage in studio.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-201

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2008-242 "Jasper Johns"

PERSONALITY: Jasper Johns
SERIES: Arte TV
PARTICIPANTS: Jasper Johns, artist; Richard Serra, artist; Hilton Kramer, critic; Merce Cunningham, choregrapher; John Cage, musician.
SPONSOR: Arte TV
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Jasper Johns documentary highlighting interviews with artists, including Johns.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-244

NOTE: This recording is in French.

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2008-243 "Interview with Leo Castelli"

PERSONALITY: Leo Castelli
PARTICIPANTS: Leo Castelli, gallerist.
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: An interview with Leo Castelli about Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella and the New York school.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-244

NOTE: Used for exhibition research and planning by John Elderfield. A copy of this interview was purchased by the Museum from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in 1995.

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2008-244 "Jasper Johns - 35 Years with Leo Castelli"

PERSONALITY: Leo Castelli
PLACE: Leo Castelli Gallery
PARTICIPANTS: Leo Castelli, gallerist; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Jasper Johns, artist; Robert Rauschenberg, artist; Philip Johnson, architect; Roy Lichtenstein, artist; Merce Cunningham, choreographer; Richard Serra, sculptor.
SPONSOR: Leo Castelli Gallery
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns : 35 Years with Leo Castelli
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video footage of the exhibition opening and dinner party. There is no recorded dialogue, only musical soundtrack.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-243

January 9, 1993
2008-245 "Committed to Print"

PERSONALITY: Ann Slavit
PLACE: The Brooklyn Academy of Music
SERIES: You Gotta Have Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ann Slavit, artist.
SPONSOR: PBS
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A documentary about Ann Slavit's art project for The Brooklyn Academy of Music, entitled "Red Shoes."

March 1988
2008-246 "ASLA 2006 Awards"


SERIES: American Society of Landscape Architects Annual Award (ASLA)
SPONSOR: ASLA
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: The Museum of Modern Art was awarded "The Landmark Award" for "The Museum of Modern Art Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-2
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2007

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for Award Ceremony Program. The award itself is located within the Miscellaneous Awards Collection in The Museum Archives.

October 9, 2006
2008-247a, 2008-247D "History of a Paper Tube Arch"

PERSONALITY: Shigeru Ban
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Shigeru Ban: A Paper Arch [MoMA Exh. #1865, April 26(30)-August 1, 2000]
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4" cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of factory production of paper arches as well as installation and de-installation footage of Shigeru Ban's modern house in the garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-35

November 27, 2000
2008-247b, 2008-247D "History of a Paper Tube Arch"

PERSONALITY: Shigeru Ban
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Shigeru Ban: A Paper Arch [MoMA Exh. #1865, April 26(30)-August 1, 2000]
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4" cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of factory production of paper arches as well as installation and de-installation footage of Shigeru Ban's modern house in the garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-35

November 27, 2000
2008-248a, 2008-248aD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248b, 2008-248bD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248c, 2008-248cD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248d, 2008-248dD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248e, 2008-248eD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248f, 2008-248fD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-248g, 2008-248gD "Matisse Picasso: A Symposium"

PLACE: Gramercy Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jack Flam, art historian; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Margaret Werth, Associate Professor, The University of Delaware; Remi LaBrusse, art historian; Jonathan Fineberg, art historian; Elizabeth Cowling, Picasso biographer; Joachim Pissarro, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Mdoern Art; Linda Nochlin, art historian; Robert Rosenblum, art historian; Jeffrey Weiss, curator, The National Gallery; Pepe Karmel, assistant curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lane Relyea, assistant professor, Northwestern University.
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM cassette; 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Lectures presented at a day-long symposium in conjunction with the Matisse Picasso exhibit
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2003.11a - 2003.11e

March 12, 2003
2008-249a, 2008-249aD "Matisse Picasso Poetry, Prose, Letters and Film"

PERSONALITY: Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse.
PLACE: The Gramery Theater
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lynn Emanuel, poet and Professor, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh; Françoise Gilot, artist; Adam Gopnik, author of Paris to the Moon; Eugenia Zukerman, author.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: This evening of readings and film screenings focuses on the lives of the artists and on the historical and social contexts of their art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-248a through 2008-248g

April 1, 2003
2008-249b, 2008-249bD "Matisse Picasso Poetry, Prose, Letters and Film"

PERSONALITY: Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse.
PLACE: The Gramery Theater
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lynn Emanuel, poet and Professor, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh; Françoise Gilot, artist; Adam Gopnik, author of Paris to the Moon; Eugenia Zukerman, author.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Matisse Picasso [MoMA Exh. # 1906, February 13-May 19, 2003]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: This evening of readings and film screenings focuses on the lives of the artists and on the historical and social contexts of their art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-248a through 2008-248g

April 1, 2003
2008-250 "Nam June Paik Media Press Event"

PERSONALITY: Nam June Paik
PARTICIPANTS: Nam June Paik, artist.
DATA: Sony Video8

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 24, 1986
2008-251 "Barbara London in Office"

PERSONALITY: Barbara London
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, Associate Curator, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: Sony Video8

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 12, 1998
2008-252 "Round Table Discussion: Redevelopment of Lower Manhattan"

PLACE: New York City Town Hall
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Wendy Joseph, President, The Architectural League; Representatives from United Architects, Think Team, Studio Libeskind, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Peterson/Littenberg, Meier and Partners, Foster and Partners.
SPONSOR: The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A roundtable question and answer session to address broad issues and detail the process through which architectural proposals will be judged for the World Trade Center site.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-91, 2007-138

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2008-253 "Matilda McQuaid: The Curator We Thought We Knew"

PERSONALITY: Matilda McQuaid
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, The Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: MoMA Builds [MoMA Exh. #1888, April 1, 2001-May 21, 2002]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A farewell to Matilda McQuaid.

February 27, 2002
2008-254, 2008-254D "A Tribute to David Rockefeller"

PERSONALITY: David Rockefeller
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Parsons, Chairman and CEO of Time Warner; Kofi Anon, Head of the United Nations; Peter G. Peterson, Chairman, Blackstone Group; Neil Rudenstine, President of Harvard.
SPONSOR: The Synergoes Institute's University for a Night
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: An honorary tribute to David Rockefeller for his global achievements.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2005-61
DONOR: Balaton/Roger Torda Productions

November 6, 2003
2008-255 "Milestones"

SERIES: Smart Car
SPONSOR: Micro Compact Car Smart GmbH
EXHIBITION: AUTObodies: Speed, Sport, Transport [MoMA Exh. #1898, June 29, 2002 - September 16, 2002]
DATA: 1 Betacam SP
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-121, 2007-122, 2007-123, 2007-124, 2007-155
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design, Terence Riley's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 2007

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

July 1998
2008-256 "Artist's Choice: John Baldessari"

PERSONALITY: John Baldessari
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artist Choice
PARTICIPANTS: John Baldessari, artist.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: John Baldessari [MoMA Exh. #1675, March 17-May 10, 1994]
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4" cassette.
SUMMARY: An interview with John Baldessari about the work "E.g. Grass, Water Heater, Mouths, etc (For John Graham)"
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-7, 98-8

n.d.
2008-257 "Sesame Street MoMA Segments"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Sesame Street
PARTICIPANTS: Big Bird, Little Bear
SPONSOR: The Children's Television Workshop
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Various segments with Big Bird and Little Bear who look at works of modern art in exciting ways.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-13, 2007-1b

July 28, 1997
2008-258 "A Walk Around Aalto"

PERSONALITY: Alvar Aalto
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4"
SUMMARY: A tour of Alvar Aalto's home in Finland.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-20, 2007-117D, 2007-118

May 20, 1985
2008-259a, 2008-259aD "Francis Alÿs"


PLACE: Midtown Manhattan
SERIES: Projects Series
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Projects 76: Francis Alÿs [MoMA Exh. #1901, June 29, 2002 - November 11, 2002]
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Raw footage of the Museum's procession from midtown Manhattan to Long Island City Queens, the location of the new MoMAQNS facility.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-82, 2007-88, 2007-98
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1901

n.d.
2008-259b, 2008-259bD "Francis Alÿs"


PLACE: Midtown Manhattan
SERIES: Projects Series
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Projects 76: Francis Alÿs [MoMA Exh. #1901, June 29, 2002 - November 11, 2002]
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Raw footage of the Museum's procession from midtown Manhattan to Long Island City Queens, the location of the new MoMAQNS facility.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-82, 2007-88, 2007-98
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1901

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2008-260 "Fabrications"

PERSONALITY: Munkenbeck/Marshall Architects
PLACE: The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Fabrications: The Tectonic Garden [MoMA Exh. #1794, January 29 - April 28, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video footage of the "Covered Bridge" design in the Sculpture Garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-261, 2008-262
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794

n.d.
2008-261, 2008-261D "Fabrications: Full Scale"


PLACE: Wexner Center for the Arts
SPONSOR: The Wexner Center for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Fabrications: The Tectonic Garden [MoMA Exh. #1794, January 29 - April 28, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 BetacamSP
SUMMARY: Video footage of the Dancing Bleechers at The Wexner Center for the Arts, designed by Eric Owen Moss Architects.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-262, 2008-260
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE:This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794

n.d.
2008-262, 2008-262D "Fabrications: Compilation of 4 Installation"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Alfred Munkenbeck, architect; Stephen Marshall, Design Principal.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Fabrications: The Tectonic Garden [MoMA Exh. #1794, January 29 - April 28, 1998]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A compilation of four interactive video installations displayed at kiosks adjacent to The Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-261, 2008-263
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE:This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794

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2008-263 "Calatrava : Some Projects"

PERSONALITY: Santiago Calatrava
PLACE: The Wexner Center, The Museum of Modern Art, SFMoMA
EXHIBITION: Santiago Calatrava: Structure and Expression [MoMA Exh. #1648, March 25-May 18, 1993]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video footage of Calatrava's architectural models.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-272
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE:This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794

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2008-264 "Fabrications: Bodybuildings"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
EXHIBITION: Fabrications: The Tectonic Garden [MoMA Exh. #1794, January 29 - April 28, 1998]
DATA: 1 BetacamSP
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-263, 2008-262, 2008-261
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE:This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794. The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

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2008-265, 2008-265D "Fabrications: Facing Public Space"


PLACE: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
EXHIBITION: Fabrications: The Tectonic Garden [MoMA Exh. #1794, January 29 - April 28, 1998]
DATA: 1 BetacamSP; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: "Towards a Soft and Hairy Architecture" exhibition footage in Barcelona.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-264, 2008-262
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE:This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1794.

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2008-266 "Unfolding Structures"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Hoberman
PLACE: The Musuem of Modern Art
SERIES: Projects Series
SPONSOR: Hoberman Associates
EXHIBITION: Projects 45: Chuck Hoberman [MoMA Exh. #1674, February 24-April 12, 1994]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the Projects series featuring Chuck Hoberman.
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1674

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2008-267 "When This You See"

PERSONALITY: Elaine Reichek
SERIES: Projects Series
SPONSOR: Elaine Reichek
EXHIBITION: Projects 67: Elaine Reichek [MoMA Exh. #1826, February 2(4)-March 30, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Movie clips involving women working with needle point and embroidery.
DONOR: The Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1826

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2008-268, 2008-268D "Spanish Grand Prix"


PLACE: Spain
EXHIBITION: Designed for Speed: 3 Automobiles by Ferrari [MoMA Exh. #1668, November 4, 1993-March 8, 1994]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Formula 1 race clips.
RELATED MATERIAL: 93-27, 93-30
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1668

1990
2008-269 "Toshiko Taira"

PERSONALITY: Toshiko Taira
PLACE: Okinawa, Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Toshiko Taira, textile designer.
EXHIBITION: Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles [MoMA Exh. #1820, November 11(12), 1998-January 26, 1999]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A film about banana fiber cloth made in Okinawa.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-183
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1820. This recording is in Japanese.

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2008-270 "Rafael Viñoly Architects"

PERSONALITY: Rafael Viñoly
PLACE: Tokyo, Japan
SPONSOR: Tokyo International Forum
EXHIBITION: Preview: The Tokyo International Forum by Rafael Viñoly [MoMA Exh. #1655, June 11-August 4, 1993]
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4"
SUMMARY: A video detailing the metropolitan plans for The Tokyo International Forum.
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh #1655

June 8, 1993
2008-271 "Dreams, Design & Disaster: Neutra's 'Windshield' 1936-38"

PERSONALITY: J. Carter Brown
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: J. Carter Brown, Director Emeritus, The National Gallery of Art
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design and The American Academy in Rome
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4" Cassette
SUMMARY: Chronological video documentation of Neutra's Windshield.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 93.22
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from Architecture and Design's Departmental Files

November 2, 1993
2008-272 "Santiago Calatrava"

PERSONALITY: Santiago Calatrava
PLACE: Royal Institute of British Architects
PARTICIPANTS: Santiago Calatrava, architect; Dennis Sharp, writer.
SPONSOR: British Cement Association
EXHIBITION: Santiago Calatrava: Structure and Expression [MoMA Exh. #1648, March 25-May 18, 1993]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage of the Calatrava show at the Royal Institute of British Architects. Includes a lecture by Calatrava on bridges.
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1648

1992
2008-273, 2008-273D "Euralille"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
PARTICIPANTS: Rem Koolhaas, architect.
SPONSOR: A film by Richard Copans
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/O.M.A. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1698, November 2, 1994-February 21, 1995]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Dulpicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A documentary of Rem Koolhaas' thought process during the city-planning of Lille, France.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-278
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

November 1, 1994
2008-274, 2008-274D "Lowry Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Glenn Lowry
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second Annual Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 3/4" Umatic Cassette.
SUMMARY: Slide presentation used by Glenn Lowry during his lecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97-1

October 22, 1996
2008-275, 2008-275D "Rem Koolhaas: Building the 21st Century"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
SERIES: BBC TV
PARTICIPANTS: Rem Koolhaas, architect.
SPONSOR: BBC
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/O.M.A. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1698, November 2, 1994-February 21, 1995]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A documentary on the town of Lille and the future design of the city.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-278
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

August 24, 1994
2008-276, 2008-276D "Villa Dall'Ava"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
PLACE: St. Cloud, France
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/O.M.A. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1698, November 2, 1994-February 21, 1995]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video footage of Villa Dall'Ava, with no narration.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-273
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

April 19, 1995
2008-277, 2008-277D "Glass House 3000"

PERSONALITY: J. Mayer H with S. Finckh
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/O.M.A. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1698, November 2, 1994-February 21, 1995]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A 3-D rendering of Philip Johnson's "The Glass House."
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

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2008-278, 2008-278D "Lone Star City"

PERSONALITY: Doug Michels
SERIES: Next TV
PARTICIPANTS: Doug Michels and Peter Bollinger, city planners
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Doug Michels describes his vision for Long Star City, a self sustaining urban city.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-273
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

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2008-279 "Rem Koolhaas on Charlie Rose"

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas
SERIES: Charlie Rose
PARTICIPANTS: Rem Koolhaas, Architect; Charlie Rose, host.
SPONSOR: PBS
EXHIBITION: Thresholds/O.M.A. at The Museum of Modern Art: Rem Koolhaas and the Place of Public Architecture [MoMA Exh. #1698, November 2, 1994-February 21, 1995]
DATA: 1 Umatic 3/4" Cassette
SUMMARY: An interview with Rem Koolhaas about the town of Lille and Koolhaas' urban development plans.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-273
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1698

December 2, 1994
2008-280a "Light Construction Symposium"


PLACE: Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Bernard Tschumi, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Columbia University; Eeva Pelkonen, architectural scholar; Guy Nordenson, structural engineer; Hugh Dutton, Design Consultant; Toyo Ito, Architect.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Light Construction [MoMA Exh. #1726, September 20(21), 1995-January 2, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A symposium held in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-51
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1726

September 22, 1995
2008-280b "Light Construction Symposium"


PLACE: Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Bernard Tschumi, Dean, Graduate School of Architecture, Columbia University; Eeva Pelkonen, architectural scholar; Guy Nordenson, structural engineer; Hugh Dutton, Design Consultant; Toyo Ito, Architect.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Light Construction [MoMA Exh. #1726, September 20(21), 1995-January 2, 1996]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A symposium held in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 98-51
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 2004

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1726

September 22, 1995
2008-281 "Kyoko Kumai"

PERSONALITY: Kyoko Kumai
PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist and textile designer.
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai [MoMA Exh. #1581, May 3-June 18, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video documentation of Kyoko Kumai's work, including "Silver Rush" and "Frozen Wind."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-282
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1581

1983-1987
2008-282 "Kyoko Kumai"

PERSONALITY: Kyoko Kumai
PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist and textile designer.
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai [MoMA Exh. #1581, May 3-June 18, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Kyoko Kumai explains her work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-281
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1581. This recording is in Japanese.

1990
2008-283 "Kyoko Kumai"

PERSONALITY: Kyoko Kumai
PLACE: Tokyo Budoken
PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist and textile designer.
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai [MoMA Exh. #1581, May 3-June 18, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Installation footage of Kumai's work "Air."
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-281, 2008-282
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1581.

1990
2008-284, 2008-284D "Kyoko Kumai in New York"

PERSONALITY: Kyoko Kumai
PLACE: Oita, Japan
PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist and textile designer.
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai [MoMA Exh. #1581, May 3-June 18, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Documentation of the creation of a Kumai design.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-281, 2008-282, 2008-283
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1581

1991
2008-285, 2008-285D "Kyoko Kumai Wavy Wind"

PERSONALITY: Kyoko Kumai
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Kyoko Kumai, artist and textile designer; Jerome Neuner, Director of Exhibition Production and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Projects 28: Kyoko Kumai [MoMA Exh. #1581, May 3-June 18, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of the Kumai Projects installation at The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-281, 2008-282, 2008-283, 2008-284
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. #1581

March 20, 1991
2008-286, 2008-286D "The Evolving Artwork"


PLACE: The Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Art and Perception Series
PARTICIPANTS: Jim Coddington, Chief Conservator, Department of Conservation, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Edward Powers, Lecturer, The Museum of Modern Art. Moderated by Leonard Lopate, host of The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC.
SPONSOR: The Dana Foundation
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: A discussion, which includes experts in the conservation, curatorial, and education fields, analyzes how the public percpetion of artworks evolves throughout history.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-287
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

March 20, 2008
2008-287, 2008-287D "Modalities of the Visible: Understanding and Sensing Images"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Art and Perception Series
PARTICIPANTS: John Hyman, Fellow and Praelector in Philosophy and Editor, The British Journal of Aesthetics, The Queen's College, UK; Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, psychologist and author of The Art of Seeing; Moderated by Leonard Lopate, host of The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC.
SPONSOR: The Dana Foundation
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM cassette
SUMMARY: In this panel, prominent scholars discuss the psychology of the artistic experience, the ways in which artists have utilized theories of perception throughout history, and how a viewer's visual literacy and artistic enjoyment can be enhanced.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-286
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

April 5, 2008
2008-288, 2008-288D "The Colors of the Brain"

PERSONALITY: Olafur Eliasson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Art and Perception Series
PARTICIPANTS: Klaus Biesenbach, Chief Curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Roxana Marcoci, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Barry Bergdoll, The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Olafur Eliasson, artist; Mark Wigley, the dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAAP) of Columbia University.
SPONSOR: The Dana Foundation
EXHIBITION: Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson [MoMA Exh. #2036, April 20 through June 30, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVD; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM cassette
SUMMARY: A discussion of the contemporary cultural theories of color that have emerged from artistic and scientific practices.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-179
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

April 18, 2008
2008-289a, 2008-289aD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 M4V file; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM. Second duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289b, 2008-289bD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 M4V file; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM. Second duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289c, 2008-289cD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 M4V file; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM. Second duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289d, 2008-289dD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 M4V file; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM. Second duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289e, 2008-289eD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 M4V file; Duplicate is 1 DVCAM. Second duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289f, 2008-289fD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 DVCAM; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289g, 2008-289gD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 DVCAM; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-289h, 2008-289hD "The Feminist Future"


PLACE: Titus 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Lucy R. Lippard, writer and activist; Coco Fusco, artist and Associate Professor, Columbia University School of the Art; Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz, two founding members of the feminist activist group; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University; Richard Meyer, Katherine Stein Sachs CW'69 and Keith L. Sachs W'67 Visiting Professor, Department of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania; Panel Discussion, moderated by David Little, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Marina Abramovic, artist; Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Director of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University; Geeta Kapur, critic and curator, New Delhi; Martha Rosler, artist; Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian, New York/Kortrijk, Belgium; Anne M. Wagner, Professor of Modern Art, Department of History of Art, University of California, Berkeley; Ute Meta Bauer, Associate Professor and Director of the Visual Arts Program, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; David Joselit, Professor and Chair, Department of History of Art, Yale University; Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of Centre for Cultural Analysis, History, and Theory, University of Leeds; Alexandra Schwartz, Project Curatorial Assistant, The Museum of Modern Art; Wangechi Mutu, artist; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University; Ingrid Sischy, Editor-in-Chief, Interview; Anne Umland, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Linda Nochlin, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
DATA: 1 DVCAM; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2008

January 26-27, 2007
2008-290a, 2008-290aD "Felix Candela Lecture: Shell Structures"

PERSONALITY: Heinz Isler
PLACE: Donnell Library Auditorium, 20 West 53rd Street, New York
SERIES: Fifth Annual Felix Candela Lecture
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Guy Nordenson, structural engineer; Heinz Isler, bridge design engineer.
SPONSOR: Structural Engineers Association New York; The Museum of Modern Art; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Princeton University
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is MiniDVCAM cassette
SUMMARY: Heinz Isler commemorates Felix Candela while speaking about his own work in shell structures.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-72, 2005-41, 2005-71a, 2005-71b.

March 5, 2002
2008-290b, 2008-290bD "Felix Candela Lecture: Shell Structures"

PERSONALITY: Heinz Isler
PLACE: Donnell Library Auditorium, 20 West 53rd Street, New York
SERIES: Fifth Annual Felix Candela Lecture
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Guy Nordenson, structural engineer; Heinz Isler, bridge design engineer.
SPONSOR: Structural Engineers Association New York; The Museum of Modern Art; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Princeton University
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is MiniDVCAM cassette
SUMMARY: Heinz Isler commemorates Felix Candela while speaking about his own work in shell structures.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-72, 2005-41, 2005-71a, 2005-71b.

March 5, 2002
2008-291a "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 1 of 6 miniDVCAM cassettes.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-291b "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 2 of 6 miniDVCAM cassette.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-291c "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 3 of 6 miniDVCAM cassettes.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-291d "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 4 of 6 miniDVCAM cassettes.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-291e "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 5 of 6 miniDVCAM cassettes.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-291f "Mies, In Effect"


PLACE: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Columbia University
SERIES: Mies in Berlin
PARTICIPANTS: Jeffrey Kipnis, architectural theorist; Jacques Herzog, architect; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Anthony Vidler, Dean of Cooper Union; Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, artist; Lorraine Wild, designer; Silvia Kolbowski, artist; Detlef Mertins, professor of architecture, University of Pennsylvania; Scott Cohen, landscape designer; Lindy Roy, designer; Ben Nicholson, painter.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum
EXHIBITION: Mies in Berlin [MoMA Exh. #1887, June 20(21), 2001-September 11, 2001]
DATA: 6 of 6 miniDVCAM cassettes.
SUMMARY: A 2-day symposium on Mies van der Rohe and his impact on modern architecture.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2007-7, 2007-25

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

September 8, 2001
2008-292 "Matisse"

PERSONALITY: Amei Wallach
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour
PARTICIPANTS: Amei Wallach, Newsday reporter
SPONSOR: PBS-TV
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Exhibition footage and newscast on the Henri Matisse Retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-293, 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b
DONOR: The Department of Painting and Sculpture

November 26, 1992
2008-293 "Mrs. Matisse"

PERSONALITY: Debra Solomon
SPONSOR: O J Solomon Productions
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: A cartoon music video about the difficulties of being Henri Matisse's wife.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92-7, 92-8, 92-9a, 92-9b.
DONOR: The Department of Painting and Sculpture

n.d.
2008-294, 2008-294D "Beyond Horizons in Architecture"

PERSONALITY: Tadao Ando
SPONSOR: Tadao Ando Architects and Urban Egg
EXHIBITION: Tadao Ando [MoMA Exh. #1596, October 2-December 31, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS; Duplicate is 1 Umatic 3/4" videocassette.
SUMMARY: 3-D schematics of Tadao Ando's buildings.
DONOR: The Department of Architecture and Design

NOTE: This recording was removed from the exhibition files of MoMA Exh. 1596. The VHS copy of this recording has severe tracking issues.

n.d.
2008-295 "Hannah Höch: Bauerliches Brautpaar, Burgerliches Brautpaar, Streit"


EXHIBITION: The Photomontages of Hannah Höch [MoMA Exh. #1766, February 26(27)-May 20, 1997]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Footage of German crafts, drawings and folklore.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 97.10, 97.12

NOTE: This recording is in German.

n.d.
2008-296, 2008-296D "A Tribute to Allan Kaprow"

PERSONALITY: Allan Kaprow
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Judith Rodenbeck, professor, Sarah Lawrence College; Letty Eisenhauer, Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College; Alison Knowles, artist; André Lepecki, Associate Professor, New York University; Robert Whitman, artist.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program is dedicated to the artist Allan Kaprow (1927-2006), whose events and narratives engaged the environment, the public, and the fabric of everyday life.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

February 7, 2008
2008-297, 2008-297D "Icon Culture: Lingua Franca for a Global Culture"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Matt Mullican, artist.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Icons are a language of their own in contemporary society, transcending linguistic boundaries with simple graphic imagery. In this program, Matt Mullican discusses how he uses iconic language as a means of communication.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 14, 2008
2008-298, 2008-298D "Conversations on Color: Color and Conceptualism"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Conversations on Color
PARTICIPANTS: Ann Temkin, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; John Baldessari artist; Daniel Buren, artist; Bernard Marcadé, art critic, freelance curator, and professor of art history and aesthetics at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts of Paris-Cergy.
EXHIBITION: Color Chart: Reinventing Color, 1950 to Today [MoMA Exh. #2030, March 2 through May 12, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: In conversations moderated by Ann Temkin, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, and organizer of the exhibition, artists and scholars explore the ways in which artists use color, whether by chance, through systems, or in the context of everyday life.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-288
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for a CD of images from John Baldessari's talk.

March 13, 2008
2008-299, 2008-299D "Modern Poets: Writing Dali"


PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Laurie Anderson, performance artist; Charles Simic, U.S. Poet Laureate; David Strathairn, Academy Award nominee; Kate Valk, Wooster Group founding member.
EXHIBITION: Dali: Painting and Film [MoMA Exh. #2042, June 29 through September 15, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program showcases a range of Salvador Dalí's provocative and poetic writings, from his opinions on art and popular culture and his well-known explanations of Surrealist practice (including his so-called paranoid-critical method) to unpublished and newly-translated texts. Performers read the artist's poetry, diary entries, musings about New York, letters, interviews, and film scripts, as well as his notorious 1928 Manifest Groc (Yellow Manifesto).
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

June 30, 2008
2008-300, 2008-300D "Gender and Film: Resituating the Past in the Present"


PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Feminist Future Series
PARTICIPANTS: Chantal Akerman, filmmaker; Trinh Minh-ha, filmmaker, writer, composer; Laura Mulvey, critic and professor, Department of History of Art, Film, and Visual Media, University of London.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: This program addresses gender and film, emphasizing the exploration of feminist issues through filmmaking from the 1970s to the present. Through presentations and discussion, participants discuss their own practices, the historicization of feminism and film, and the cultural and social contexts that inform the creative process of filmmaking.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-229, 2008-289a/2008-289e
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 11, 2008
2008-301, 2008-301D "Conversations on Color: Chromophobia/Chromophilia"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Conversations on Color
PARTICIPANTS: Ann Temkin, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; David Batchelor, artist; Chris McGlinchey, conservator, Department of Conservation, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Color Chart: Reinventing Color, 1950 to Today [MoMA Exh. #2030, March 2 through May 12, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: In conversations moderated by Ann Temkin, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, and organizer of the exhibition, artists and scholars explore the ways in which artists use color, whether by chance, through systems, or in the context of everyday life.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-298
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 9, 2008
2008-302, 2008-302D "Writing in Time: Poets and Technology"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Caroline Bergvall, poet, Bard College; Greta Byrum, poet; Robert Ritterman, poet; Kenneth Goldsmith, poet.
EXHIBITION: Out of Time: A Contemporary View [MoMA Exh. #1978, August 30, 2006-April 9, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: On the occasion of the exhibition, Out of Time: A Contemporary View, The Museum of Modern Art asked poets to explore how technology informs the language and rhythms of poetry.
RELATED MATERIAL: SR 2007.36, 2007.223
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

March 28, 2007
2008-303, 2008-303D "Public Life of Drawing: Dan Perjovschi"

PERSONALITY: Dan Perjovschi
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Dan Perjovschi, artist; Roxana Marcoci, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
EXHIBITION: Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi [MoMA Exh. #2003, May 2, 2007-August 27, 2007]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: The Romanian artist Dan Perjovschi has expanded the medium of drawing to include both installation and performance. In the last decade, Perjovschi has conceived his political drawings spontaneously within museum spaces, allowing global events to inform the final result. Following an introduction by Roxana Marcoci, the artist discusses his work.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 25, 2007
2008-304, 2008-304D "Works of Art as Objects"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of odern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, curator of Latin American Art, Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin; Juan Carlos Ledezma, independent curator; Amy Rosenblum Martín, independent curator; Anna Indych-López, Assistant Professor of Art, The City College of New York; Luis Pérez-Oramas, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Art, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: Kathy and Richard S. Fuld, Jr.
EXHIBITION: New Perspectives in Latin American Art, 1930-2006: Selections from a Decade of Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #2022, November 21, 2007 through February 25, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: To complement the installation New Perspectives in Latin American Art, 1930-2006: Selections from a Decade of Acquisitions, scholars explore the ways in which selected seminal works and artists revolutionized the visual arts in their countries in a given period.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-214
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

January 24, 2008
2008-305, 2008-305D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Fiona Banner"

PERSONALITY: Fiona Banner
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversation with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Fiona Banner, artist; Connie Butler, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; 1 DVD
SUMMARY: A conversation with Fiona Banner.
DONOR: The Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 25, 2008
2008-306, 2008-306D "Found Poetry: Retelling Word and Image"


PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Alvaro Barrios, artist; Fernando Bryce, artist; Mónica de la Torre, poet and translator; Luis Pérez-Oramas, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Art, The Museum of Modern Art.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: Artists read poetry that has informed the political and social consciousness of their work. Following the reading, Luis Pérez-Oramas moderates a discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-304, 2008-214
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: Selected readings are in Spanish.

February 20, 2008
2008-307, 2008-307D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Sze Tsung Leong"

PERSONALITY: Sze Tsung Leong
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Eva Respini, associate curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Sze Tsung Leong, photographer.
SUMMARY: A discussion on the unique transitions various cultures face while modernizing and urbanizing.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
DONOR: Department of Education.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

March 30, 2007
2008-308, 2008-308D "Spotlight: Artists Set the Stage"


PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Laurie Anderson, performance artist; William Kentridge, artist.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: Through presentations and a conversation moderated by MoMA director Glenn D. Lowry, performance artist Laurie Anderson and William Kentridge-director and scene designer for BAM's spring production of Mozart's The Magic Flute-discuss how they bring their creative process to performance.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 17, 2007
2008-309, 2008-309D "Proto-Cinema: Contemporary Art and the Geometry of Motion"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art.
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs.
PARTICIPANTS: Kerry Brougher, Acting Director and Chief Curator, Hirshhorn Museum Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; Chrissie Iles, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art; Anthony McCall, artist; Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator, Department of Media, The Museum of Modern Art; Roxana Marcoci, organizers of the exhibition.
EXHIBITION: Geometry of Motion, 1920s/1970s [MoMA Exh. #2032, March 19 through June 23, 2008], Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson [MoMA Exh. #2036, April 20 through June 30, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program explores how contemporary artists address the interstice between film and photography by deconstructing the mediums through various conceptual uses, and how such elements are incorporated into exhibitions.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 22, 2008
2008-310, 2008-310D "Lucian Freud Portrayed: An Evening with William Feaver"

PERSONALITY: William Feaver
PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: William Feaver, Freud biographer.
EXHIBITION: Lucian Freud: The Painter's Etchings[MoMA Exh. #2024, December 16, 2007 through March 10, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: An in-depth exploration of Lucian Freud's work begins with a lecture by art critic, curator, and Freud biographer William Feaver. Then a screening of Lucian Freud: Portraits, a film directed by Jake Auerbach, provides perspectives on the artist through the eyes of his sitters, from the late Duke of Devonshire to David Hockney.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

February 28, 2008
2008-311, 2008-311D "MIND: Design and Science"


PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Adult and Academic Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galison, Professor, History of Science Department, Harvard University; Henry Markram, Director, Blue Brain Project.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and SEED
EXHIBITION: Design and the Elastic Mind [MoMA Exh. #2029, February 24-May 12, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: The keynote address for MIND, a two-day conference inspired by MoMA's Design and the Elastic Mind exhibition. Bringing together an eclectic group of speakers and participants, including leading scientists, designers, and architects, the conference explores topics such as the personal genome, brain visualization, generative architecture, and collective design.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

April 3, 2008
2008-312, 2008-312D "What Next?"

PERSONALITY: Eliott Carter
PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jennifer Russell, Senior Deputy Director, Exhibitions, Collections and Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; James Levine, conductor, The Boston Symphony Orchestra; Douglas Fitch, director; Elliott Carter, composer; Richard Dyer, music critic.
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and The Boston Symphony Orchestra
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: A screening of Douglas Fitch's film, What Next, followed by a discussion panel.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

May 21, 2008
2008-313, 2008-313D "Post-Studio: Teaching Art in the 21st Century"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Contemporary Art Forum
PARTICIPANTS: Pablo Helguera, Director, Adult and Academic Programs, The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Becker, Dean, The Columbia University School of the Arts; Janet Kaplan, author; Allison Smith, artist; Howard Singerman, professor, The University of Virginia; Olivia Vitale, professor, The University of Illinois; Patricia Phillips, chair, Art Department, Cornell University; Kitty Scott, Director; Banff Center.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette; Duplicate is 1 DVD.
SUMMARY: An invitation-only symposium on current art practices and education in modern museums.
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 118; 2007-190
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: This material can only be accessed for educational purposes. Please see Supplemental Materials for event pamphlet.

May 2008
2008-314, 2008-314D "Ammann Singstad Lecture on Infrastructure"

PERSONALITY: Angus Low
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Ammann Singstad Lecture Series
PARTICIPANTS: Angus Low, Structural Engineer and Director, Ove Arup & Partners
SPONSOR: The Department of Architecture and Design of The Museum of Modern Art and the Princeton University School of Architecture,
DATA: 1 DVCAM; Duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Angus Low, discusses a bridge engineer's perspective on the public realm.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2006-29
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

March 27, 2008
2008-315a "An Evening with Joshua Mosley"

PERSONALITY: Joshua Mosley
PLACE: Titus Theatre 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Joshua Mosley, animator.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
EXHIBITION: Gerhard Richter: Forty Years of Painting
DATA: 1 of 2 MiniDVCAM.
SUMMARY: Philadelphia artist Joshua Mosley presents recent work, including Dread (2007.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 26, 2007
2008-315b "An Evening with Joshua Mosley"

PERSONALITY: Joshua Mosley
PLACE: Titus Theatre 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Joshua Mosley, animator.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
EXHIBITION: Gerhard Richter: Forty Years of Painting
DATA: 2 of 2 MiniDVCAM.
SUMMARY: Philadelphia artist Joshua Mosley presents recent work, including Dread (2007.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

November 26, 2007
2008-316 "An Evening with Antonio Campos and Cinéfondation"

PERSONALITY: Antonio Campos
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Antonio Campos, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
EXHIBITION: Cinéfondation, Cannes 2007
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM.
SUMMARY: The Department of Film presents a discussion with Antonio Campos, whose film Buy It Now (2004, USA) was awarded first prize in the 2005 Cinéfondation competition in Cannes. The 2007 Cinéfondation-winning films will be screened during this event, along with Buy It Now.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63, 2008-315a, 2008-315b
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

February 4, 2008
2008-317 "An Evening with Lida Abdul"

PERSONALITY: Lida Abdul
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Lida Abdul, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: A discussion with Lida Abdul and a screening of her cinematic work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63, 2008-315a, 2008-315b, 2008-316
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 3, 2007
2008-318 "An Evening with Mario Rizzi"

PERSONALITY: Mario Rizzi
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Mario Rizzi, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: A discussion with Mario Rizzi and a screening of his cinematic work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63, 2008-315a, 2008-315b, 2008-316, 2008-317
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

December 10, 2007
2008-319 "An Evening with Pascale Ferran"

PERSONALITY: Pascale Ferran
PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Pascale Ferran, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: Ferran introduces her adaptation of Lady Chatterley (2006).
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63, 2008-315a, 2008-315b, 2008-316, 2008-317, 2008-318
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 28, 2008
2008-320 "An Evening with Goran Paskaljevic"

PERSONALITY: Goran Paskaljevic
PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Goran Paskaljevic, filmmaker.
SPONSOR: Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: Films Pan Hrstka (Mister Hrstka), 1969, and Cuvar Plaze U Zimskom Periodu (Beach Guard in Wintertime), 1976, introduced by Goran Paskaljevik.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-62, 2008-61, 2007-167a, 2007-167b, 2008-63, 2008-315a, 2008-315b, 2008-316, 2008-317, 2008-318
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

January 9, 2008
2008-321 "Robert Burle Marx Audio Video Presentation"

PERSONALITY: Roberto Burle Marx
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Roberto Burle Marx: The Unnatural Art of the Garden [MoMA Exh. #1584, May 23-August 13, 1991]
DATA: 1 Standard VHS
SUMMARY: Video tape of audio-visual part of exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 91-12, 91-13

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2008-322 "The Departure of Guernica"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 Standard DVD
SUMMARY: Removal, packaging and shipping of Picasso's Guernica from the MoMA.
RELATED MATERIAL: 81-1, 81-2, 81-3
DONOR: Anny Aviram, Department of Conservation

NOTE: Original Super 8 film transferred to the Department of Film, October 2008. The Star accession number of the original film reels is 40576.

September 8, 1981
2008-323 "A Night Reading: An Evening of Poetry Dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh"

PERSONALITY: Vija Celmins; Eliot Weinberger; Neil Folberg; Ann Lauterbach
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Van Gogh and the Colors of the Night, September 21, 2008–January 5, 2009
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: This program presented artists and poets whose own work elicits the spirit of the night as they read a diverse selection of poetry and literature. Vija Celmins, artist, and Eliot Weinberger, writer, editor, and translator, collaborators on the book The Stars; Neil Folberg, photographer of the collection Travels with Van Gogh and the Impressionists; and Ann Lauterbach, poet, read works that Van Gogh admired by Hans Christian Andersen, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Walt Whitman, along with poems by contemporary writers on the theme of nighttime.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008.96
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 6, 2008
2008-324a, 2008-324D "Kirchner and the Berlin Streets: A Symposium"

PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Deborah Wye; Charles W. Haxthausen; Reinhold Heller; Katharina Henkel; Jill Lloyd; Sherwin Simmons; Katharina Sykora
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Kirchner and the Berlin Street, August 3–November 10, 2008
DATA: 1 of 2 DVCAM tapes; duplicate 1 DVD
SUMMARY: The symposium includes brief, illustrated papers, as well as a discussion moderated by Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, and the organizer of the exhibition. Participants include Charles W. Haxthausen, Robert Sterling Clark Professor of Art History, Williams College; Reinhold Heller, Professor Emeritus, Department of Art History, University of Chicago; Katharina Henkel, Curator, Kunsthalle Emden; Jill Lloyd, independent writer and curator; Sherwin Simmons, Professor of Twentieth Century Art and Design, Department of Art History, University of Oregon; Katharina Sykora, Professor, Department of Art History and Media Studies, Braunschweig University of Arts, Germany; among others.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008-324b, 2008.102
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 17, 2008
2008-324b, 2008-324D "Kirchner and the Berlin Streets: A Symposium"

PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Deborah Wye; Charles W. Haxthausen; Reinhold Heller; Katharina Henkel; Jill Lloyd; Sherwin Simmons; Katharina Sykora
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Kirchner and the Berlin Street, August 3–November 10, 2008
DATA: 2 of 2 DVCAM tapes; duplicate 1 DVD
SUMMARY: The symposium includes brief, illustrated papers, as well as a discussion moderated by Deborah Wye, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books, and the organizer of the exhibition. Participants include Charles W. Haxthausen, Robert Sterling Clark Professor of Art History, Williams College; Reinhold Heller, Professor Emeritus, Department of Art History, University of Chicago; Katharina Henkel, Curator, Kunsthalle Emden; Jill Lloyd, independent writer and curator; Sherwin Simmons, Professor of Twentieth Century Art and Design, Department of Art History, University of Oregon; Katharina Sykora, Professor, Department of Art History and Media Studies, Braunschweig University of Arts, Germany; among others.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-324a, 2008.102
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 17, 2008
2008-325, 2008-325D "Art and Commerce: Alternative Economies"

PERSONALITY: Rirkirt Tiravanija and Christine Hill
SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Rirkirt Tiravanija; Christine Hill
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Artists Christine Hill and Rirkrit Tiravanija discuss how they create artworks for an alternative "economy."
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008.94
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 16, 2008
2008-326, 2008-326D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Campaign Trails"

PERSONALITY: Larry Fink and Elisabeth Biondi
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Elisabeth Biondi; Larry Fink;
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Lecture and slide presentation by artist Larry Fink.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008.98, 2008.99, 2009-6
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 1, 2008
2008-327, 2008-327D "Home Made: Five Perspectives on Prefabrication"

PARTICIPANTS: James Timberlake; Lawrence Sass; Oskar Leo Kaufmann; Douglas Gauthier; Jeremy Edmiston; Richard Horden
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling, July 20–October 20, 2008
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Five architects whose work was exhibited in Home Delivery make brief presentations on their vision and practice. They include James Timberlake FAIA (Fellow, American Institute of Architects), and Partner, KieranTimberlake Associates, Philadelphia; Lawrence Sass, Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Oskar Leo Kaufmann, Oskar Leo Kaufmann and Albert Rüf; Douglas Gauthier and Jeremy Edmiston, New York; and Richard Horden, Horden Cherry Lee Architects, London.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008.101
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

October 15, 2008
2008-328, 2008-328D "Anatomy of a Jazz Score: A Panel Discussion"

PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Gary Giddins; Johnny Mandel; David Shire; Stan Douglas
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Jazz Score, April 16–September 17, 2008
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: A panel of composers, artists, and scholars explores the process of writing jazz music for the cinema. Participants include composers Johnny Mandel and David Shire; the artist Stan Douglas, whose two-channel video installation Hors-champs (1992) examines the interplay and tension between free-jazz improvisation, film editing, and the construction of narrative; and moderator Gary Giddins.
DONOR: Department of Education
RELATED MATERIAL: 2008.100
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 2008

September 17, 2008
2008-329 "Relay~NYC"

PARTICIPANTS: Ricardo Arias, balloons; Burkhard Beins, percussion; John Bisset, guitar; Rachael Elliott, bassoon; Ribert Dick, flute; Joan La Barbara, voice; Miya Masaoka, koto; Wade Matthews, bass clarinet; Ikue Mori, electronics; Pauline Oliveros, accordion; Jane Rigler, flute; Nikos Veliotis, cello; Jack Wright, saxophone
DATA: 1 DVD
SUMMARY: In this music event coinciding with the one-yera anniversary of MoMA's reopening, thirteen improvising musicians circulate throughout the Museum, performing in three different spaces within the building. For its United States premiere, Relay is presented by Cubic Second, under the artistic direction of flutist and composer Jane Rigler. Relay~NYC! is not a concert but an experience in which the musicians sculpt the sounds within an environment, encouraging the public to view the art in a subtly different context and to ponder the possible relationships between the sounds, the visual art, and the space.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2008

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for event pamphlet.

November 19-20, 2006
2008-330 "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Martin Creed"

PERSONALITY: Martin Creed
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Pablo Helguera, Director, Adult and Academic Programs; Martin Creed, artist
SUMMARY: Like many modern artists that have preceded him, Martin Creed makes installations, music, film, writings, and performances that question the value of objects and ideas commonly considered mundane. With modest materials he often takes a witty and subversive, minimalist approach. Creed, who attended the Slade School of Art in London, has exhibited his work internationally and was the recipient of the 2001 Turner Prize.
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

March 21, 2008
2008-331 "LoVid: Wire-full"

PERSONALITY: LoVid
PLACE: Titus Theatre 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Tali Hinkis; Kyle Lapidus
DATA: 1 DVCAM Cassette
SUMMARY: LoVid is the New York–based interdisciplinary artist duo Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus. Their work includes live video installations, sculptures, digital prints, patchworks, media projects, performances, and video recordings. They combine many opposing elements, contrasting hard electronics and soft patchworks; handmade items and machine-produced objects; and analog and digital. This multidirectional approach is reflected in the content of their work, simultaneously romantic and aggressive, wireless and wire-full. The artists present their performance Help Carry a Tune (2007) and perform with their Sync Armonica synthesizer.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2008

NOTE: The Museum Archives does not have a compatible media player for this recording at this time.

May 19, 2008
2008-332 "Brown Bag Lunch Series: Yoshio Taniguchi's New Building"

PERSONALITY: Steven Zucker
SERIES: Brown Bag Lunch
DATA: 1 VHS tape
SUMMARY: Steven Zucker delivers a lecture on Yoshio Taniguchi's 2004 building for MoMA, focusing on the history of the architecture of the museum. Also included is footage of the interior and exterior of the newly-opened building.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 2008

NOTE: Lectures from the Brown Bag Lunch series are not routinely recorded. This tape was not created by The Museum of Modern Art but provided by JPMorgan Chase.

January 20, 2005
2009-1 "Interview with Martin Puryear"

PERSONALITY: David Katzive
EXHIBITION: Martin Puryear [MoMA Exh. #2021. November 4, 2007-January 14, 2008]
DATA: 1 VHS tape; TRT: 00:32:11
SUMMARY: Martin Puryear is interviewed by David Katzive in the museum atrium during the October, 2007 installation of the Puryear exhibition.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-2

October, 2007
2009-2 "Interview with John Elderfield"

PERSONALITY: David Katzive
EXHIBITION: Martin Puryear [MoMA Exh. #2021. November 4, 2007-January 14, 2008]
DATA: 1 VHS tape; TRT: 00:41:29
SUMMARY: John Elderfield is interviewed by David Katzive in the museum atrium during the October, 2007 installation of the Puryear exhibition. Also features footage of interview with Martin Puryear from 2009-1 and installation footage.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-1

NOTE: This recording is not available for use.

October, 2007
2009-3a, 2009-3aD "Joan Miro: New Approaches"

PERSONALITY: Anne Umland
PARTICIPANTS: Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, and Co-Director of the Centre for Studies of Surrealism and its Legacies; Juan José Lahuerta, Professor, History of Art, Escola Técnica Superior d'Arquitectura, Barcelona; Susan Laxton, art historian (PhD, Columbia University); David Lomas, Reader in Art History, University of Manchester, England; Robert S. Lubar, Associate Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Jordana Mendelson, Associate Professor, Spanish and Portuguese, New York University; and Charles Palermo, Associate Professor of Art History, Department of Art and Art History, The College of William and Mary.
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, November 2, 2008–January 12, 2009
DATA: 1 of 3 DVCAM tapes; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:46:00
SUMMARY: To mark the close of the exhibition Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, MoMA hosts a daylong symposium to consider issues surrounding the artist's creative production during a transformative decade within his long career. The artist's work is examined in its relation to the crisis of painting in Surrealism, the specific nature of the French and Catalan avant-gardes of the time, and the broader sociopolitical situation that emerged in Europe as the 1920s came to an end and the political tensions that would lead to World War II became increasingly apparent. The symposium closes with a roundtable discussion.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-3b, 2009-3c

January 10, 2009
2009-3b, 2009-3bD "Joan Miro: New Approaches"

PERSONALITY: Anne Umland
PARTICIPANTS: Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, and Co-Director of the Centre for Studies of Surrealism and its Legacies; Juan José Lahuerta, Professor, History of Art, Escola Técnica Superior d'Arquitectura, Barcelona; Susan Laxton, art historian (PhD, Columbia University); David Lomas, Reader in Art History, University of Manchester, England; Robert S. Lubar, Associate Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Jordana Mendelson, Associate Professor, Spanish and Portuguese, New York University; and Charles Palermo, Associate Professor of Art History, Department of Art and Art History, The College of William and Mary.
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, November 2, 2008–January 12, 2009
DATA: 2 of 3 DVCAM tapes; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:32:00
SUMMARY: To mark the close of the exhibition Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, MoMA hosts a daylong symposium to consider issues surrounding the artist's creative production during a transformative decade within his long career. The artist's work is examined in its relation to the crisis of painting in Surrealism, the specific nature of the French and Catalan avant-gardes of the time, and the broader sociopolitical situation that emerged in Europe as the 1920s came to an end and the political tensions that would lead to World War II became increasingly apparent. The symposium closes with a roundtable discussion.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-3a, 2009-3c

January 10, 2009
2009-3c, 2009-3cD "Joan Miro: New Approaches"

PERSONALITY: Anne Umland
PARTICIPANTS: Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, and Co-Director of the Centre for Studies of Surrealism and its Legacies; Juan José Lahuerta, Professor, History of Art, Escola Técnica Superior d'Arquitectura, Barcelona; Susan Laxton, art historian (PhD, Columbia University); David Lomas, Reader in Art History, University of Manchester, England; Robert S. Lubar, Associate Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Jordana Mendelson, Associate Professor, Spanish and Portuguese, New York University; and Charles Palermo, Associate Professor of Art History, Department of Art and Art History, The College of William and Mary.
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, November 2, 2008–January 12, 2009
DATA: 3 of 3 DVCAM tapes; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:31:00
SUMMARY: To mark the close of the exhibition Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937, MoMA hosts a daylong symposium to consider issues surrounding the artist's creative production during a transformative decade within his long career. The artist's work is examined in its relation to the crisis of painting in Surrealism, the specific nature of the French and Catalan avant-gardes of the time, and the broader sociopolitical situation that emerged in Europe as the 1920s came to an end and the political tensions that would lead to World War II became increasingly apparent. The symposium closes with a roundtable discussion.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-3a, 2009-3b

January 10, 2009
2009-4, 2009-4D "Mapping Nations"

SERIES: Artists Speak: Conversations on Contemporary Art with Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Glenn Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Matt Coolidge; Miran Mohar; Borut Vogelnik
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:33:00
SUMMARY: IRWIN is an artist collective based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, best known for their ongoing projects NSK State and East Art Map. NSK State is a utopian state without a concrete territory, questioning notions of borders and nationhood. East Art Map is a work focusing on retracing the contemporary art and history of Eastern Europe. The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI) is a research organization that explores how the United States' lands are apportioned, utilized, and perceived. Matt Coolidge of CLUI and Miran Mohar and Borut Vogelnik of IRWIN discuss how they engage in the specific and symbolic meaning of territoriality and how they use the tools of art, research, and collaboration to present their projects both in and outside of museum contexts. Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, director of The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009.10

November 17, 2008
2009-5, 2009-5D "The Adventures of Krazy Kat"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater
SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Monica Youn, poet; J. Hoberman, senior film critic, The Village Voice; Meghan O'Rourke, moderator.
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:17:00
SUMMARY: In 1913, the cartoonist George Herriman created Krazy Kat, a comic strip that first appeared in William Randolph Hearst's New York Evening Journal. The cartoon was published in the United States until 1944, offering American and international readers constant companionship in its characters: Krazy Kat, an innocent cat of indeterminate gender; Ignatz Mouse, Krazy's antagonist; Offissa Pupp, the protective police dog; and others. This evening's program reconsiders Herriman's stories through the lens of comics and poetry. Poet Monica Youn reads her own collection of works about Ignatz, first published in The Paris Review in the summer of 2007; and J. Hoberman, senior film critic, The Village Voice, speaks about the impact of Krazy Kat on the comics medium. Meghan O'Rourke, poet, critic, and co–poetry editor, The Paris Review, moderates a discussion. This program is a collaboration between The Museum of Modern Art and The Paris Review.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009.9

November 10, 2008
2009-6, 2009-6D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Campaign Trails"

SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Antoni Muntadas; Marshall Reese; Laura Flanders
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 00:26:00
SUMMARY: With every presidential election beginning in 1984, Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese have compiled and edited Political Advertisement, a historical survey of television campaign spots from 1952 to the present. This anthology, updated to include advertisements from the 2008 presidential campaign, documents the selling of the American presidency since the 1950s. As Muntadas and Reese trace the development of the TV "spot," a social and media history emerges revealing how campaign spots have become a political strategy and manipulative marketing technique. This evening, the artists debut the latest version of Political Advertisement in a premiere presentation followed by commentary by Laura Flanders, journalist, Air America host of Radio Nation, and author of Blue Grit.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

October 30, 2008
2009-7a, 2009-7D "Dali and New York"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Callie Angell, Adjunct Curator, The Andy Warhol Film Project, The Whitney Museum of American Art; Jack Bond, filmmaker; Jonas Mekas, filmmaker and Director, Anthology Film Archives; Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania; Anne Morra, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, moderator.
EXHIBITION: Dali: Painting and Film [MoMA Exh. #2042, June 29 through September 15, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD, TRT: 01:43:00
SUMMARY: Salvador Dalí first arrived in New York in 1934 and immediately became a flamboyant part of the city's life and art scene. Engaging with the artists and celebrities who helped create the spirit of the city at the time, Dalí pursued his interests in art and commerce, the urban streets, and friendships with members of polite society and those in the rebellious underground. This program brings together scholars and filmmakers who address the impact of Dalí's diverse activities on his work and on the New York artistic community. Participants include Callie Angell, Adjunct Curator, The Andy Warhol Film Project, The Whitney Museum of American Art, who discusses the relationship between Dalí and Andy Warhol; filmmaker Jack Bond, who presents clips of his own film, Dalí in New York, and reflections on his friendship with the artist; Jonas Mekas, filmmaker and Director, Anthology Film Archives, who shares the films he made of Dalí; and Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, who explores Dalí and the 1939 World's Fair. Anne Morra, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, and co-organizer of the exhibition Dalí: Painting and Film, moderates a discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-7b, 2008.97
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

September 10, 2009
2009-7b, 2009-7D "Dali and New York"


PLACE: The Celeste Bartos Theater, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Callie Angell, Adjunct Curator, The Andy Warhol Film Project, The Whitney Museum of American Art; Jack Bond, filmmaker; Jonas Mekas, filmmaker and Director, Anthology Film Archives; Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania; Anne Morra, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, moderator.
EXHIBITION: Dali: Painting and Film [MoMA Exh. #2042, June 29 through September 15, 2008]
DATA: 1 DVCAM; dublicate is 1 DVD, TRT: 01:43:00
SUMMARY: Salvador Dalí first arrived in New York in 1934 and immediately became a flamboyant part of the city's life and art scene. Engaging with the artists and celebrities who helped create the spirit of the city at the time, Dalí pursued his interests in art and commerce, the urban streets, and friendships with members of polite society and those in the rebellious underground. This program brings together scholars and filmmakers who address the impact of Dalí's diverse activities on his work and on the New York artistic community. Participants include Callie Angell, Adjunct Curator, The Andy Warhol Film Project, The Whitney Museum of American Art, who discusses the relationship between Dalí and Andy Warhol; filmmaker Jack Bond, who presents clips of his own film, Dalí in New York, and reflections on his friendship with the artist; Jonas Mekas, filmmaker and Director, Anthology Film Archives, who shares the films he made of Dalí; and Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, who explores Dalí and the 1939 World's Fair. Anne Morra, Assistant Curator, Department of Film, and co-organizer of the exhibition Dalí: Painting and Film, moderates a discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-7a, 2008.97
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

September 10, 2009
2009-8a, 2009-8D "Frank O'Hara: Selected Poems at Lunchtime"

SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred A. Knopf; Lee Ann Brown; Dan Chiasson; Hettie Jones; Vincent Katz; Philip Schultz; Maureen O'Hara
DATA: 2 MiniDVCAM tapes; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:14:00
SUMMARY: Alfred A. Knopf, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Poetry Society of America present a reading from the recently published Selected Poems by Frank O'Hara, edited by Mark Ford (which includes poetry, a play, and essays). Held at lunchtime, the program commemorates O'Hara's tradition of writing poetry during his lunch hour while working at MoMA. Participants include poets Lee Ann Brown, Dan Chiasson, Hettie Jones, Vincent Katz, Philip Schultz, and Maureen O'Hara, Frank O'Hara's sister. Selected Poems, as well as O'Hara's In Memory of My Feelings, will be available for sale following the reading.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

July 16, 2008
2009-8b, 2009-8D "Frank O'Hara: Selected Poems at Lunchtime"

SERIES: Modern Poets
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred A. Knopf; Lee Ann Brown; Dan Chiasson; Hettie Jones; Vincent Katz; Philip Schultz; Maureen O'Hara
DATA: 2 MiniDVCAM tapes; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 01:14:00
SUMMARY: Alfred A. Knopf, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Poetry Society of America present a reading from the recently published Selected Poems by Frank O'Hara, edited by Mark Ford (which includes poetry, a play, and essays). Held at lunchtime, the program commemorates O'Hara's tradition of writing poetry during his lunch hour while working at MoMA. Participants include poets Lee Ann Brown, Dan Chiasson, Hettie Jones, Vincent Katz, Philip Schultz, and Maureen O'Hara, Frank O'Hara's sister. Selected Poems, as well as O'Hara's In Memory of My Feelings, will be available for sale following the reading.
DONOR: The Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

July 16, 2008
2009-9, 2009-9D "Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Kerry James Marshall"

SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Kerry James Marshall, Romi Crawford
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD; TRT: 02:06:15
SUMMARY: Kerry James Marshall's mixed media works address the perspectives of African Americans through references to popular culture, history, and the civil rights movement. His work draws inspiration from art-historical sources from the Renaissance to black folk art. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Marshall has a BFA and an honorary Doctorate from the Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles. He has exhibited in the United States, and at international exhibitions such as Documenta X. In 1997 Marshall was awarded a MacArthur Foundation grant. The program is moderated by Romi Crawford, Curator and Director of Education and Public Programs, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and introduced by Wendy Woon, The Edward John Noble Foundation Deputy Director for Education, The Museum of Modern Art.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

September 14, 2009
2009-10, 2009-10D "Marlene Dumas: A Lecture with the Artist"

PERSONALITY: Connie Butler
EXHIBITION: Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave, December 14, 2008 - February 16, 2009
DATA: 1 DVCAM; duplicate is 1 DVD
SUMMARY: Marlene Dumas's paintings often focus on the human figure, merging existential human themes with personal experience and art historical antecedents. In this lecture, the artist presents her work and the upcoming exhibition Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave just after the installation of the exhibition has been completed.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

December 8, 2008
2009-11 "An Evening with Yeondoo Jung"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Yeondoo Jung, filmmaker.
DATA: 1 DVCAM
SUMMARY: Yeondoo Jung (Korean, b. 1969) is a photo and moving image artist whose feature-length silent work Documentary Nostalgia (2007) is quietly astonishing. Named by the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul as artist of the year, Jung imagines his own biography as a series of colorful and elaborate locations that "flow" into one another. Shot in one static, unbroken take, like those found in very early film, Documentary Nostalgia records the transformation of six dense sets (room, rice field, city street, pasture, etc.) into a final cloud-capped summit. The fixed camera observes a carefully choreographed team of workers and actors changing scenes, donning costumes, and even leading cows to graze as the artist's own life swirls by. It is at once a riff on reality, a dreamy performance piece, and a genuine work of cinema.
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

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March 10, 2008
2009-12 "An Evening with Kalup Linzy"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Kalup Linzy, filmmaker.
DATA: 1 DVCAM
SUMMARY: Kalup Linzy (b. Stuckey, FL; lives Brooklyn, NY) is best known for the performance-based videos that he has written, directed, edited, and performed in professionally since 1990. Adopting the styles and narratives of American television soap operas, Hollywood tearjerkers and romance films, Spanish-language novellas, and Nigerian video melodramas, Linzy satirically deconstructs themes of sexuality and gender, race, class, and pop culture. The soundtracks are pre-recorded and lip-synched and the characters — sublimely cast with a range of engaging professional and nonprofessional performers — are frequently played in drag. Linzy himself plays the starring role and often performs the voice-overs for the other characters. His videos and performances are popularly received on YouTube and MySpace, on broadcast radio, and in galleries and museums worldwide. The program includes highlights from Linzy's song-based videos, including Lollypop (2006), As da Artworld Might Turn (2006), and Melody Set Me Free (2007). Also included are two premieres: How Katessa Got Her Groove Back (2008), a satirical short based on the film How Stella Got Her Groove Back; and SweetBerry Sonnet (2008), a work in progress.
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

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April 21, 2008
2009-13 "An Evening with Jesper Just"

PLACE: Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Modern Mondays
PARTICIPANTS: Jesper Just, filmmaker; Giuliana Bruno, Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University.
DATA: 1 MiniDVCAM
SUMMARY: Since beginning to work with film and video in 2000, Jesper Just (b. Denmark, 1974) has created a boldly stylized body of work that straddles the boundaries between performance art, installation, and cinema. Just's work challenges conventional views of gender and sexuality, blurs the line between fantasy and reality, and, like the work of Michaelangelo Antonioni, explores the intense psychological (dis)connect between body and space. His protagonists navigate both highly aestheticized interiors marked with expressionistic shadows, and lush, naturalistic exteriors. Just’s latest trilogy of films, A Voyage in Dwelling, A Room of One's Own, and A Question of Silence (all 2008), illustrate his expanding artistic vision. In contrast to his earlier, stand-alone pieces, this narrative cycle is linked by the female protagonist's journey through incessantly mutating spaces, culminating in an ecstatic moment of self-discovery. With these films, Just continues to expand the boundaries of his style, his lucid imagery floating further into the realm of dreamscape. MoMA presents the world premiere of the full trilogy in a theatrical setting. Followed by a discussion with the artist led by Giuliana Bruno, Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University. Bruno's book Atlas of Emotion: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film (Verso, 2002) won the Kraszna-Krausz Book Award for "world's best book on the moving image." Her Streetwalking on a Ruined Map (Princeton University Press, 1993) won the Kovács prize for best book in film studies. Her latest book is Public Intimacy: Architecture and the Visual Arts (MIT Press in 2007).
DONOR: The Department of Media
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

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January 26, 2009
2009-14 Untitled

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Homi Bhabha
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Modern Stories
PARTICIPANTS: Homi Bhabha
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 01:38:52
SUMMARY: John Elderfield introduces Homi Bhabha for the fourth and final lecture in the series "Studies of Modern Art: Modern Stories."
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.50
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 2009

November 18, 1997
2009-15 "Dislocations Symposium"

PARTICIPANTS: Louise Bourgeois; Chris Burden
EXHIBITION: Dislocations (October 20, 1991- January 7, 1992) MoMA Exh.# 1598
DATA: 1 Standard VHS, TRT: 01:30:16
SUMMARY