Join us each month for exclusive two-week screenings to discover highlights from MoMA’s acclaimed collection of video art. Ranging from recent acquisitions representing urgent new voices to rarely seen historical works, Hyundai Card Video Views makes space to consider artists’ critical engagement with a technology that has become central to our daily lives. Video continues to shift and morph in response to both established traditions of the art museum and new forms of broadcast and transmission. Building on MoMA’s groundbreaking role in championing video art through programs like Video Viewpoints, an influential forum organized between 1978 and 2002 by the Museum’s first video curator, Barbara London, Hyundai Card Video Views will share key examples and a broad range of approaches by artists at the forefront of the field.

Media and Performance at MoMA is made possible by Hyundai Card.

Major support is provided by MoMA’s Wallis Annenberg Director’s Fund for Innovation in Contemporary Art.

Generous funding is provided by the Lonti Ebers Endowment for Performance and the Sarah Arison Endowment Fund for Performance.