Framing Reproductive (In)Justice: A Picture Perfect Gruesome Negress Hurt-story
Inspired by works from the collection, author K. Melchor Quick Hall pens a poem about Black motherhood.
K. Melchor Hall
Oct 2, 2020
Fighting for Equality Amid War
LGBTQ+ activists discuss the risks and challenges facing Ukraine’s queer population.
Yuriy Dvizhon, Olena Shevchenko, Alex Halberstadt
Jun 23, 2022
David Wojnarowicz and the Power of Connection
Author Olivia Laing speaks about the visionary artist’s mission to assuage isolation and shame through his work.
Jun 8, 2022
Ten Minutes with Adam F. Bradley: On Invisible Man
It’s been 70 years since the publication of Ralph Ellison’s iconic novel. Hear how it continues to resonate today from a writer who studies the author’s most private documents.
Adam F. Bradley
Jun 24, 2022
New to MoMA
Archibald Motley’s Tongues (Holy Rollers)
Two members of the American artist’s family discuss his legacy and his exuberant painting, newly on view at MoMA.
Jun 1, 2022
Designing for Other Species
Our Built Ecologies video series continues with Joyce Hwang, an architect who is building for bats and birds as much as humans.
Jun 27, 2022
Sky Hopinka: Film Is the Body
The artist reflects on how intergenerational suffering becomes a transgenerational reckoning, and how art can be a bridge.
Jun 10, 2022
The Biography of a Painting: Henri Matisse’s The Red Studio
Watch a video about a painting ahead of its time—and learn how the public finally caught up.
May 2, 2022
Ten Minutes with K. Melchor Hall: On Black Motherhood
Listen to the acclaimed writer talk about Elizabeth Catlett’s sculpture Mother and Child, and its connections to rest, intimacy, and reproductive justice.
K. Melchor Hall
May 4, 2022
The Traveling Word: Cecilia Vicuña on AMAzone Palabrarmas
Discover how words and images came alive for the artist, and joined together in one explosive dance.
May 10, 2022
Henri Matisse’s The Red Studio
Watch the latest episode of our video series, in which new, surprising discoveries emerge about how Matisse made his iconic painting.
Apr 27, 2022
Drawn to MoMA
John Vasquez Mejias’s Bouabré or Somebody
In a series of woodcuts, Mejias wonders what inspired Frédéric Bruly Bouabré to attempt to document a culture.
John Vasquez Mejias
Apr 12, 2022
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