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Arshile Gorky was born today in 1904. His 1945 painting "Diary of a Seducer" is on view now. bit.ly/1m9t7eA pic.twitter.com/BLM5wwLQYd
Good interview, BETTER drawing of our Chief Curator Rajendra Roy at @NewYorkObserver observer.com/2014/04/the-ch…
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Thurs: our final Design & Violence debate focuses on Temple Grandin's more humane slaughterhouse ramp. bit.ly/QnEvZh #desviolenz
Families: spend spring break in the galleries! Free kids gallery talk w/ admission tomorrow. bit.ly/1jIbcLh pic.twitter.com/AG9rZdoSru
Richard Serra. To Lift. 1967. Vulcanized rubber
Final week! "Ileana Sonnabend: Ambassador for the New," feat. Koons & more, closes April 21. bit.ly/Q7E5Gz pic.twitter.com/6spGJjOsNZ
Tonight: choreographer Simone Forti & composer Charlemagne Palestine stage rare work for 1st time since '75. Tickets: bit.ly/1eFJKcI
This week at MoMA: #Polke opens, final Design & Violence debate, & spring break fun for kids! bit.ly/RinQav pic.twitter.com/85Qss81ALT
Jan Dibbets. Perspective Correction, My Studio I, 2: Square with 2 Diagonals on Wall. 1969. Gelatin silver emulsion on canvas. 45 7/16 x 45 9/16"
It's a beautiful day to spend some time in the Sculpture Garden. The fountains are flowing again after a long winter. pic.twitter.com/lDaBiF4TJZ
Today & Monday: Simone Forti & Charlemagne Palestine stage "Illuminations" for the first time since 1975. Livestream: bit.ly/1iILuEd
Sun/Mon: dance icon Simone Forti & composer Charlemagne Palestine perform "Illuminations." Livestream Sunday: bit.ly/1oWVeCl
MoMA family programs are in session during spring break! Monday: films on objects in motion. bit.ly/1jAejoh pic.twitter.com/OvhspFRMxW
Member previews for "Alibis: Sigmar Polke" begin today. Don't miss one of the largest shows in MoMA history. bit.ly/QgCg9W #Polke
Member previews for "Alibis: Sigmar Polke" begin Saturday. Join to see the exhibition before anyone else. bit.ly/1ex4pzo #Polke
We will miss you @allegraburnette! Thank you for making MoMA's digital all it is! Without you, we'd still be here: bit.ly/1hz0acI
Sculpture held together by lettuce? See "Ileana Sonnabend: Ambassador for the New" thru 4/21. on.fb.me/1kCteSD pic.twitter.com/lVv3x4ncCe
Alighiero Boetti. Map of the World. 1989. Embroidery on fabric. 46 1/2" x 7' 3 3/4"
How well do you know your MoMA? See if you can make heads or tails of this week's images. bit.ly/1qGnHrE pic.twitter.com/XxMZRzEPNf
We'll be live-tweeting tonight's second Design & Violence debate on designing empathy. Follow @MoMA_Live at 6:30 pm. bit.ly/1kahmER
“Coming into Brancusi’s studio was like entering another world.” – Man Ray, 1963 bit.ly/1eehwL8 pic.twitter.com/K5t8Wt62dL
From Haneke to Hitchcock: browse our upcoming film screenings: bit.ly/1hvP0W3 pic.twitter.com/gqo1SXnJzW
Spring is here! Flowers and fountains have returned to MoMA's Sculpture Garden at last.
Installing some of the larger Sigmar Polke works in the Marron Atrium. "Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010" opens on Saturday, April 19.
Frank Lloyd Wright died on April 9, 1959. For many years he worked on a model for an ideal city. See it in person: bit.ly/1qjfqf0