Throughout the run of Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925 (December 23, 2012–April 15, 2013) we invited contemporary artists to pick a work and say briefly what they find most compelling about it.
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As members of the PopRally committee, the organizing group behind a program of events, concerts, screenings, and more at MoMA and MoMA PS1, we’re always thinking up ways to hold an exciting party that’s something much more than your average DJ night.
Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925, on view at MoMA through April 15, chronicles the early years of abstraction in Europe and the United States. At the core of the exhibition is the idea that abstraction was not the result of individual genius, but rather arose from and spread through an international network of artists hanging out, collaborating, and sharing ideas during the years before and after World War I.
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