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December 7, 2015  |  This Week at MoMA
This Week at MoMA: December 7–13

Out-of-the ordinary activities will enhance your visit and expand your horizons. Take a look:

Sixty Six. 2002–15. USA. Written, directed, and collaged by Lewis Klahr

Sixty Six. 2002–15. USA. Written, directed, and collaged by Lewis Klahr

• Tonight, catch a Modern Mondays evening with artist Lewis Klahr presenting the world premiere of Sixty Six (2002–15), the culmination of his decades-long work in collage filmmaking.

• On Tuesday join us at The Newsstand, in the exhibition Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015, for Zine Time, a one-day “pop-up exhibition” featuring work from 20 artists.

• Get tickets now for a “performative talk” by artist Agnieszka Polska on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Polska uses her video Future Days as the starting point for a discussion of language, consciousness, and art history.

In Transit. 2015. USA. Directed by Albert Maysles, Lynn True, Nelson Walker, Ben Wu, David Usui. Courtesy the filmmakers

In Transit. 2015. USA. Directed by Albert Maysles, Lynn True, Nelson Walker, Ben Wu, David Usui. Courtesy the filmmakers

• The 10th edition of Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You—our annual series in association with IFP and its quarterly publication Filmmaker highlighting films yet to be picked up for theatrical release—starts on Friday with Albert Maysles’s In Transit, a microcosmic portrait of Americans in transition over the course of a three-day journey.

• Head to Sunday Sessions at MoMA PS1 for an afternoon of performance and discussion, organized by Devin Kenny, that explores the intersections of gentrification, education, cultural production, and community building.