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Museum of Modern Art
4/2: An Israeli filmmaker examines a newly-discovered Nazi film reel in "A Film Unfinished." bit.ly/1MuABsS pic.twitter.com/H5Gn9ACXL9
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Spring has sprung in the MoMA Sculpture Garden! Pansies are being planted this morning. pic.twitter.com/P0Lg4lFHsH
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Spring has sprung in the MoMA Sculpture Garden! Pansies are being planted this morning. [Photo by Barrett Robinson]
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The Eiffel Tower opened this day in 1889. Here, Lucien Hervé's vertiginous view from the top. bit.ly/1EwKG4o pic.twitter.com/DvCHzqUeNc
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Vincent Van Gogh was born this day in 1853. Have you seen "The Starry Night" in person? bit.ly/1G1VfNp pic.twitter.com/XziS2AegZo
"Looking at the stars always makes me dream," said artist Vincent Van Gogh, born this day in 1853. "The Starry Night," one of Van Gogh's best-known paintings, has been in MoMA's collection since 1941. Visitors are often surprised by certain elements of the painting when they see it in person, like t
4/1-5/29: @MoMAFilm presents an in-depth look at the career of actor Joel McCrea. nyti.ms/19B1tW7 pic.twitter.com/PlqzoY6hF0
This week at MoMA: Dietrich's "The Devil Is a Woman," Jacob Lawrence exhibition opens, & more. bit.ly/1NuGQYR pic.twitter.com/k9A7ITNR8L
A model strikes a pose during recent in-gallery sketching session for "The Paris of Toulouse Lautrec." #PoseMW pic.twitter.com/35Xoe7Ho4V
Opening today: "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980" features architectural drawings, architectural models, vintage photographs, and film clips alongside newly commissioned models and photographs. #ArquiMoMA [Installation view of "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955-19
#MuseumWeek is coming to a close, and today's theme is #PoseMW. Richard Shickel and Dan Budnik's charming 1970 book "The Museum" explores MoMA both in the galleries and behind the scenes, and features many images of people looking at art in unintentionally interesting poses. [All photos by Dan Budni
#MuseumWeek wraps up today with #PoseMW. Send us your MoMA and @MoMAPS1 photos and we'll RT a few! pic.twitter.com/tluMy8Bv5O
Opening today: "Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980." #ArquiMoMA bit.ly/1bGSS5K pic.twitter.com/HHbeP3Yf5s
Last chance! Just two more weekends to see contemporary painting exhibition "The Forever Now" and "Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground." Both exhibitions close April 5. [Installation view of "The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World" at The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Dece
Christian Boltanski's "Favorite Objects" series depicts children's prized possessions. #FavMW bit.ly/19anGdC pic.twitter.com/wxkwZF8pag
Last chance! 2 more weekends to see #TheForeverNow & "Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground." bit.ly/1D0syOH pic.twitter.com/2ZGxKf0F29
Today #MuseumWeek celebrates your favorite art, artists, & experiences. What are some of your MoMA/PS1 faves? #FavMW pic.twitter.com/h1zeAT7pCI