February 9, 2015
This Week at MoMA: February 9–15

Matisse’s studio is red, van Gogh’s sky is blue, if you love modern art, then this week is for you:

February 5, 2015
Korean Hangul Typeface Design: A Unique Game of Modular Design

In 2011, MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design acquired 23 digital fonts, a landmark addition to the Museum’s collection. The fonts were first encountered by MoMA visitors in the exhibition Standard Deviations: Types and Families [...]

February 4, 2015
Object:Photo—Visualizing the Thomas Walther Collection

When MoMA’s departments of Photography and Conservation set out to make a website to showcase the 341 photographs in the Thomas Walther Collection, the goal was to create an innovative resource that would take full [...]

February 3, 2015
Sketching from Life: Drawing Sessions Inspired by The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec

In 2014, MoMA’s education, curatorial, graphic design, exhibition design, and marketing departments collaborated to develop an interactive learning space adjacent to the exhibition The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters. This is the third interactive [...]

February 2, 2015
This Week at MoMA: February 2–8

Since February is the shortest month it’s important to pack in as much as possible, and this week is especially busy at MoMA, with a final-weekend Matisse blitz, a critical discussion on art and free [...]

January 30, 2015
Bread Tins and Thumbtacks: A Gallery Tour with The Forever Now Artist Michael Williams

The artists featured in The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World all draw inspiration from a dizzying array of art-historical styles and processes. Two years ago, in conjunction with the exhibition Inventing Abstraction, [...]

January 29, 2015
Matisse’s Monotypes: An Unexpected Installation

As the groundbreaking exhibition Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs enters its final weeks, visitors can rest assured that there’s more Matisse to discover at MoMA. Head to the fifth-floor Painting and Sculpture Galleries, where you’ll encounter [...]

January 28, 2015
Making Music Modern: Sourcing the Stratocaster

As a curatorial assistant at MoMA, one of the most fun aspects of my job is researching and facilitating new acquisitions for the Museum’s collection. In the Architecture and Design department, we collect a range [...]

January 27, 2015
One Photograph, Two Contexts: Aleksandr Rodchenko’s Dive

On the Museum’s third floor, Aleksandr Rodchenko’s Dive (1934), a gelatin silver print roughly 12 inches high and 10 inches wide, is on display in the exhibition Modern Photographs from the Thomas Walther Collection, 1909–1949. [...]

January 26, 2015
This Week at MoMA: January 26–February 1

With a storm on the way that may leave New Yorkers snowed in, it’s an ideal time to take the long view on making plans. Here’s what’s on the horizon this week:

Featured Series

1913 Centennial Celebration

MoMA celebrates the landmark year 1913 with a series of videos highlighting important works from 1913 in the Museum’s collection.
Featured Series

Learning and Engagement

A behind-the-scenes look at learning, engagement, and experimentation from the Education team at MoMA.

Five for Friday

MoMA staff members spotlight compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the collection.

An Auteurist History of Film

Curator Charles Silver's weekly column explores the work of cinema's signature filmmakers.

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