20 Ways of Reading through a Crisis
Thought-provoking articles and books explore design in the time of COVID-19.
May 13, 2020
MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design has assembled a trove of essential reading on how the current global crisis affects all aspects of our daily lives—from the clothes we wear to the cities we live in to the offices we may never return to—and how we might begin to design our future. Culled from newspapers and journals and bookshelves, and featuring short essays published just yesterday as well as a favorite poetry volume that has taken on new meaning today, we hope this selection will help you discover new ways of thinking through our current moment and the challenges it raises for configuring public and private life.
Madelon Vriesendorp. Animation background from Flagrant Délit (In the Act). c. 1979
Are Museums the Research and Development Labs of Society?
Explore topics from AI to angels with this selection from MoMA’s R&D Salons.
Paola Antonelli, Theano Siaraferas
May 8, 2020
What to Read: A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words
MoMA’s Department of Photography shares favorite catalogues, novels, artist’s books, and memoirs about the camera.
Apr 21, 2020