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February 8, 2016  |  This Week at MoMA
This Week at MoMA: February 8–14

Out of the ordinary offerings abound this week. Here are the highlights:

No abras nunca esa puerta (Never Open That Door). 1952. Argentina. Produced and directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen

No abras nunca esa puerta (Never Open That Door). 1952. Argentina. Produced and directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen

• A new film series opening Wednesday, Death Is My Dance Partner: Film Noir in Postwar Argentina, features the New York premieres of four newly preserved films and the world premiere of Native Son (digitally restored by The Library of Congress).

• Get collaborative in the galleries on Thursday and join us to play one of the Surrealists’ favorite games, Exquisite Corpse.

• Join us for an interactive Story Time in the Art Lab on Friday at 11:00 a.m., recommended for ages two and up.

Family Film. Photo: Martin Seck

Family Film. Photo: Martin Seck


• Young visitors can also enjoy a Family Films program for ages five and up—Through the Seasons—on Saturday. Short film screenings are accompanied by a discussion and art activity.

• Treat someone special to a Valentine Tour on Saturday or Sunday, featuring an after-hours reception and private group tour focusing on romantic works in MoMA’s collection. Space is limited, so get your tickets today.

• And Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective—the first complete survey in New York of the artist’s witty and highly influential work—opens to the public on Sunday. (Members can catch previews beginning February 10.)