A-|A+

MoMA

1930–39

1929 | 1930–39 | 1940–49 | 1950–59 | 1960–69 | 1970–79 | 1980–89 | 1990–97


1930 | 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 | 1937 | 1938 | 1939

1930

January 14, 1930
Nineteen American closes with attendance 28,000-Two Paintings purchased for MOMA by Mrs. J. D. Rockefeller Jr. – paintings in Paris to open Jan 19,1930

January 18, 1930
3rd Exhibition Painting in Paris to open 1/19/30

February 5, 1930
MOMA announces gift of Hopper and Burchfield by Stephen C. Clark

February 7, 1930
Attendance at Painting in Paris, 24,983 first 16 days

February 11, 1930
Painting in Paris exhibiton extended to March 2nd

February 17, 1930
MOMA to charge admission during last 2 weeks of Painting in Paris because of unexpected crowds

February 17, 1930
Painting in Paris crowd attendance over 60,000

March 13, 1930
4th exhibit--Weber, Klee, Lehmbruck, Maillol to open

March 17, 1930
MOMA announces gift of Maillots and Lehmbruck

March 31, 1930
5th Exhibit- Forty six artists under 35 to open 4/12

April 6, 1930
5th Exhibit- Forty six artists under 35 opens

April 13, 1930
5th Exhibit-Forty six artists under 35 (original)

April 13, 1930
5th Exhibit Forty six artists under 35 (mimeographic)

April 27, 1930
6th Exhibit- Homer, Ryder, Eakins (original)

May 4, 1930
6th Exhibit-Homer, Ryder, Eakins (as released)

June 14, 1930
Summer Show announced to open June 15

October 12, 1930
Resume of MOMA's first year

October 12, 1930
MOMA to begin second year with Corot and Daumier

October 17, 1930
Daumier’s "Ecce Homo” still on high

November 6, 1930
Painting and Sculpture by Living Americans to open 12/4

November 25, 1930
Exhibit of contemporary American Painters and Sculptors to open (member opening Dec 3- Public Dec 4)

November 30, 1930
Corot and Daumier exhibit closed Nov 23 with attendence of 25,000

1929–31
List of periodicals by Miss Lucas of Fogg Art Museum, (original and typed copy)

1929–31
Magazines for Publicity (Fogg Art Museum List)

1929–31
Possible proceedure for publicizing and mounting exhibition

1929–31
Introduction to - and collection of quotes from reviews of German Painting and Sculpture by A.H. Barr- for Museum der Gegernwort