Dorothy C. Miller in the The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden installing Alexander Calder’s Black Widow (1959). c. 1963–69. Photo: Dan Budnik. © Dan Budnik. Photographic Archive. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York

MoMA through Time

MoMA invents and reinvents what it means to be a museum of modern art.
MoMA June 17, 2019

MoMA through Time is an incomplete history of MoMA and MoMA PS1, as seen through objects, photos, video, and audio from the archives. This website of more than 130 snapshots in time—from the Museum’s 1929 founding by three visionary women to its reopening this October—invites both the casual and intrepid visitor to drop in. Browse some of the groundbreaking, controversial, and wild stories embedded in photographs, letters, video, and ephemera from MoMA’s 90-year-rich archives.

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