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January 11, 2016  |  This Week at MoMA
This Week at MoMA: January 11–17

Art and film come to life this week with an array of special programs. Check out these highlights:

Joe Jones and George Maciunas. Mechanical Flux Orchestra. c. 1964–72. Painted metal, wood, rubber, found objects, electronic components. Publisher: Fluxus, [New York]. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Gift, 2008

Joe Jones and George Maciunas. Mechanical Flux Orchestra. c. 1964–72. Painted metal, wood, rubber, found objects, electronic components. Publisher: Fluxus, [New York]. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Gift, 2008

• As the closing date for Making Music Modern approaches, don’t miss out on special gallery experiences all week long—from a matinee screening of early music videos on the Scopitone to a rare performance on the Mechanical Flux Orchestra to STRATURDAY, a day of live Stratocaster demos in the gallery with special musical guests.

• On Wednesday at The Newsstand, in the exhibition Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015, New York–based artist Nathaniel Matthews presents a one-day exhibition of his Me with Cops project, for which the artist was photographed with NYPD officers over the course of three years.

Production still from Lime Kiln Club Field Day. 1913/2014. Directed by Edwin Middleton, T. Hayes Hunter, Sam Corker Jr.

Production still from Lime Kiln Club Field Day. 1913/2014. Directed by Edwin Middleton, T. Hayes Hunter, Sam Corker Jr.

• A weeklong run celebrating the restoration of the black-cast 1913 feature Lime Kiln Club Field Day, starring Bert Williams, begins on Wednesday, preceded by a presentation by John T. Reddick, Harlem historian and Columbia University Community Scholar

• Are you part of the creative community? Artist members can enjoy a special Artist Member Open House on Wednesday evening. Learn more about how to qualify for this discounted membership and become a member today.

• On Sunday, take a special after-hours tour of the acclaimed exhibitions or Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934–1954. Space is limited, so get your tickets today.