Working on an Epic Scale: Wynn Thomas on Malcolm X
Production designer Wynn Thomas talks about the making of Spike Lee’s sprawling period piece.
Brittany Shaw, Wynn Thomas
Jun 22, 2021
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Sara Cwynar’s Red Film
We present Cwynar’s thought-provoking film about beauty, capitalism, and desire in an exclusive two-week screening.
Jun 9, 2021
Pandemic Haiku by Gregg Bordowitz
The artist, activist, and writer talks with curator Peter Eleey about his writing habits over the past year and his current exhibition at MoMA PS1.
Gregg Bordowitz, Peter Eleey
Jun 15, 2021
Violet Chachki on the Art of Drag
The drag superstar talks about queerness, families, and her tribute to the transgressive artist Pierre Molinier.
Jun 16, 2021
An Interview with Sung Hwan Kim
The artist behind the new Kravis Studio installation Temper Clay talks about Shakespeare, real estate, and how an artwork continues to evolve.
Sung Hwan Kim, Ana Janevski, Martha Joseph
Jun 11, 2021
The Beauty and Life of Materiality: On Cézanne’s Drawings
Read an exclusive excerpt from the exhibition catalogue Cézanne Drawing, about the artist who wanted to “astonish Paris with an apple.”
Jun 10, 2021
Cooking with Artists: Suga Ray
In MoMA PS1’s ongoing series with chef Mina Stone, artist-in-residence Suga Ray shares a cheesecake recipe that reminds him of his father.
Jun 3, 2021
Fotoclubismo and the Sound of Modern Brazil
Get swept up in rhythms inspired by MoMA’s exhibition of modern Brazilian photography.
May 25, 2021
Heidi Hirschl Orley on Séraphine Louis’s Tree of Paradise
A long-overdue cleaning reveals a world of vibrant color in a painting from the late 1920s.
Jun 18, 2021
Arlette Hernandez on Alvin Baltrop’s Untitled
Baltrop’s photos preserve long-disappeared spaces where LGBTQ+ communities could enjoy a sense of belonging.
Jun 14, 2021
Fuera de la red: una conversación con Eugenio Espinoza
En búsqueda de una verdadera abstracción, el artista venezolano batalla con la supuesta rigidez de la retícula.
Eugenio Espinoza, Madeline Murphy Turner
May 26, 2021
Reception Points: Sari Dienes’s Tomb
Close looking reveals the process and enduring mysteries behind an artwork partially made in a cemetery.
Samantha Friedman, Erika Mosier
May 27, 2021
How Do You Photograph a Black Hole?
A scholar who helped make the historic image of the shyest astronomical celebrity discusses the art and science behind the picture.
May 17, 2021
Weaving with Yto Barrada
MoMA curators reconsider five works in Barrada’s Artist’s Choice exhibition.
River Bullock, Lucy Gallun
May 17, 2021
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