August 10, 2016
Continuing the Conversation: How Will Art Survive Us?

How Will Art Survive Us? I had the pleasure of presenting on this beautifully provocative topic at MoMA’s Agora program this past July. I discussed two works, one ongoing pedagogical project, School of Apocalypse at […]

August 5, 2016
Warm Up 2016: Week 8 Highlights

This weekend at Warm Up, we are excited to feature some of the best in American rap and club music. One of the most important names in Drill music, Chicago’s Lil Durk, has been revealed […]

August 1, 2016
Is There an Audience for Mexican Cinema? On the State of Film Distribution in Mexico

With a total of 140 films produced in 2015, Mexico is home to one of the 20 largest film industries in the world. In addition to well-known Mexican filmmakers who are mainly working abroad, there […]

July 29, 2016
Warm Up 2016: Week 7 Highlights

This weekend at MoMA PS1, Warm Up is excited to feature some of the best in modern house, techno, and experimental music. Our headliner is the prolific British producer, DJ, and label head Maya Jane […]

July 29, 2016
From the Archives: Faith Ringgold, the Art Workers Coalition, and the Fight for Inclusion at The Museum of Modern Art

After seeing Faith Ringgold’s monumental, harrowing painting, American People Series #20: Die (1967), currently installed in the Museum and reading Thomas J. Lax’s incredibly thoughtful and moving post (as well as this recent notice from […]

July 27, 2016
Take a Breather: Summergarden at MoMA

“A mere glimpse restores my sagging soul,” wrote Lillian Gerard, Special Projects Coordinator at MoMA, of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden in a letter to Richard Shepard at The New York Times in 1975. […]

July 25, 2016
“Gay Jungle Galaxy Prom”: The Open Art Space Program Comes Out Swinging

On a Thursday afternoon earlier this summer, apprentice educator Tali Petschek and I rushed around the Education Center, heading up to the seventh floor to ferry down supplies to our classroom on the mezzanine level. […]

July 22, 2016
Warm Up 2016: Week 6 Highlights

This weekend at MoMA PS1, the Warm Up series is pleased to welcome Lisbon-based Producer/DJ Branko to the booth for a globe-trotting set of heavy rhythms. As a founding member of the influential kuduro group, […]

July 21, 2016
Restoring Teiji Furuhashi’s Lovers

Imagine yourself standing in a dark, cavernous space: a perfectly square room with a high ceiling and black walls so dark that the clean, glossy white floor seems suspended in space. In the center of […]

July 20, 2016
Beyond Museums: Cultural Endeavors in the United Arab Emirates

Since the country’s formation in 1971, the United Arab Emirates—a federation of seven emirates—has undertaken significant social and political reforms in order to both demonstrate openness to international intellectual influence, and become an exemplar of […]

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