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Jumana Manna’s A Magical Substance Flows into Me
In this exclusive two-week screening, the artist and filmmaker explores a Jerusalem archive of music from different ethnic and religious groups.
Sep 28, 2022
La apuesta por el reencantamiento de la vida de Ariel Guzik y Catalina Juárez
¿Pueden los experimentos sonoros y armónicos de los artistas ayudarnos a (re)establecer la comunicación entre especies?
Ariel Guzik, Catalina Juárez, Julián Sánchez González
Sep 29, 2022
On Taryn Simon’s The Innocents
The Innocents documents the stories of wrongfully convicted individuals and interrogates photography’s credibility as an arbiter of justice.
Peter J. Neufeld, Barry C. Scheck
Sep 27, 2022
Drawn to MoMA
Karl Stevens’s What Did That Lion Say?
Interrupted mid-nap, Penny the cat attempts to navigate through modern masterpieces.
Sep 20, 2022
Moyra Davey: Interleaf
On the eve of her MoMA film series, the artist shares photos of intimate, domestic sources of creative inspiration.
Sep 19, 2022
Ten Minutes with Amira Virgil: On Video Games
Hear the story behind one gamer’s vision to create a more accurate and inclusive version of The Sims.
Sep 12, 2022
Tiona Nekkia McClodden: Conversations through the Archive, Part One
A multimedia artist explores the life and work of an adopted ancestor, and discovers he was part of her journey years before she realized.
Tiona Nekkia McClodden
Sep 2, 2022
The Wandering Image
Read an excerpt from the Wolfgang Tillmans: To look without fear exhibition catalogue, about the artist’s wide-ranging approach to the photographic medium.
Sep 8, 2022
Barbara Kruger’s Thinking of
You. I Mean Me. I Mean You.
Kruger’s immersive installation pulls observers in and makes their experience part of the artwork.
Sep 23, 2022
Frédéric Bruly Bouabré’s Knowledge of the World
Through his drawings, the Ivorian artist became a griot, a West African storyteller, who reminds us how interconnected we truly are.
Aug 5, 2022
History Is a Living Organism: A Conversation with Rosângela Rennó
The Brazilian artist repurposes discarded photographs to fight “structural ignorance” and the willful erasure of history.
Rosângela Rennó, Madeline Murphy Turner, Elise Chagas
Sep 6, 2022
Drawn to MoMA
Cerise Zelenetz’s Red Reflection
Inspired by Henri Matisse’s The Red Studio, the artist pays homage to the color of danger and romance.
Aug 30, 2022
How to See
Women Reframing Horror
Watch a video about the changing role of women in horror movies, both in front of and behind the camera.
Aug 11, 2022
Rompecabezas sin límites: una entrevista con Jac Leirner
La artista brasileña crea formas elegantes de restos de objetos contemporáneos producidos en masa.
Jac Leirner, Madeline Murphy Turner, Elise Chagas
Jul 22, 2022
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