September 28, 2015  |  This Week at MoMA
This Week at MoMA: September 28–October 4

This week is packed with special events and don’t-miss activities. Here’s the roundup:

• Tonight, see Max Ophuls’s rarely screened Sans lendemain, this year’s edition of our annual presentation of a film from the Gaumont archives in France.

Participant artwork made during Andy Warhol's Materials and Process workshops

Participant artwork made during Andy Warhol’s Materials and Process workshops

• Tuesday is the final chance to explore Andy Warhol’s Materials and Process through art-making activities like collage, stenciling, and tracing.

• A major retrospective of the films of Robert Zemeckis kicks off this week with a screening of his newest film, The Walk, followed by a discussion with the director. And ticket packages are still available for our Back to the Future tripleheader on Saturday.

• Celebrating the new publication Photography at MoMA: 1960 to Now, the Forum on Contemporary Photography will be live-streamed on Wednesday. Hear from the curators and historians who contributed to the book, which presents work by more than 250 artists.

• Join us at the Museum or online on Saturday for Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Arte y Cultura Latinoamericana, a communal day of creating, updating, improving, and translating Wikipedia articles about Latin American art and culture.

Installation view of

Installation view of Art on Camera: Photographs by Shunk-Kender, 1960–1971, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 17, 2015–October 4, 2015. Photo: Scott Rudd

• This weekend is the last chance to see From Bauhaus to Buenos Aires: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola and Art on Camera: Photographs by Shunk-Kender, 1960–1971,</em> two exhibitions that capture, through photography, the collaborative spirit of avant-garde art movements.</p>

• Stop by the MoMA Store in Soho on Saturday and Sunday for a jewelry Trunk Show with Lara Knutson, a New York–based artist and industrial designer.

• And head to MoMA PS1 for a Sunday Sessions afternoon marking the publication of In the Shadow a Shadow: The Work of Joan Jonas, with artists Alicia Hall Moran, Sung Hwan Kim, and David Michael DiGregorio paying tribute to Jonas’s work and influence.