January 19, 2016
Celebrating Sophie Taeuber-Arp’s 127th Birthday

Today is the 127th birthday of Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943). In celebration of this beloved artist, whose face graces Switzerland’s 50 franc bill, Google invited MoMA to create a digital exhibition. We’ve included some beautifully crisp […]

January 18, 2016
This Week at MoMA: January 18–24

Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his inspirational legacy. This week’s highlights include a last call to see exhibitions of designs that changed the way we see and hear the world, a […]

January 15, 2016
Five for Friday: The Art of David Bowie

Five for Friday, written by a variety of MoMA staff members, is our attempt to spotlight some of the compelling, charming, and downright curious works in the Museum’s rich collection. To call David Bowie an […]

January 15, 2016
Marcel Duchamp’s Readymades: Celebrating the Centennial

In 1913 Marcel Duchamp topped a kitchen stool with a bicycle wheel, “fork down” through a hole he had drilled in the seat, and parked this wheel-on-a-stool in his Paris studio. “I didn’t have any […]

January 14, 2016
Celebrating Jack Cole, Hollywood Mid-Century Dance Master

Can a dance number change your life? “I Don’t Care,” with wildly imagined choreography by Jack Cole (1911–1974) for Mitzi Gaynor in The I Don’t Care Girl, changed mine. As a dance critic of 30 […]

January 13, 2016
Joaquín Torres-García’s Creative Paradox

When Joaquín Torres-García returned to his native Uruguay in 1934, he was 60 years old and had lived abroad for more than 40 years. During the first years of his American relocation, before he became […]

January 12, 2016
Radio On

One of the all-time best Christmas presents I ever received was a tiny black plastic transistor radio. It came with a single ear plug, a corded wrist strap, and a thin black vinyl case. There […]

January 11, 2016
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:

January 8, 2016
New Photography and MoMA’s Collection, Part 1

The New Photography exhibition series—which Quentin Bajac, The Joel and Anne Ehrenkranz Chief Curator of Photography, has called “a window on the Museum’s approach to photography”—has been an influential vehicle for acquisitions for three decades.

January 6, 2016
Endless Kazuyo Sejima

Some visitors to MoMA’s Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture exhibition tell me Frederick Kiesler’s designs don’t have enough windows. His Endless House couldn’t have connected the inhabitants with their environment, they say, comparing […]

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