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Museum of Modern Art
Found! Photographs from MoMA’s 1944 "Norman Bel Geddes’ War Maneuver Models" exhibition. bit.ly/1EW5v5A pic.twitter.com/sAh8ZjE5IM
March 2–17: MoMA Film celebrates Wim Wenders, one of postwar Germany’s most accomplished and influential filmmakers. Wenders will introduce the entire first week of retrospective screenings, and join his longtime collaborator Peter Handke in a conversation moderated by the writer Ian Buruma. What's
Mar 2–17: @MoMAFilm celebrates Wim Wenders, who will be on hand to intro many of his films. bit.ly/1vJVUPq pic.twitter.com/DIfI4uhzO9
Follow an orchestra "Around the World in 50 Concerts" in Heddy Honigmann's documentary. bit.ly/1wxMdP6 pic.twitter.com/0PVePRs3iJ
Sunday at MoMA Store Soho: customize your own water tower w/ artists Mary Damian & Quan Zeng. bit.ly/18vN91v pic.twitter.com/GqqQ82Ohq1
Monday: Artist Mary Weatherford discusses her work in #TheForeverNow galleries. bit.ly/1BnBEUN pic.twitter.com/dfi6dfuyO5
Before #TheDress, there was Op art like Bridget Riley's painting "Current," now on view on our 4th Floor. [Bridget Riley. "Current." 1964. Synthetic polymer paint on composition board. 58 3/8 x 58 7/8" (148.1 x 149.3 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Philip Johnson Fund]
Before #TheDress, there was Op art like Bridget Riley's painting "Current" on our 4th Fl. bit.ly/18ul8HH pic.twitter.com/nEY6PG23q7
Molzan wants her work to raise Qs like "Is this drip part of the painting? Is this part essential?" #TheForeverNow pic.twitter.com/SgABtJT8c4
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Follow the conversation between painter Dianna Molzan and @heidizj on @MoMA_Live now. #TheForeverNow pic.twitter.com/dbcflgOaEb
Friday: Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple tackles @thenation in "Hot Type." #MoMADocFest bit.ly/1GyaN8D pic.twitter.com/upIjTBHso1
Do full-head hoods mask or amplify violence? Journalist Christian Parenti for @desviolenz: bit.ly/1BiJiQr pic.twitter.com/u4jOoCNAP9
Walk through our galleries with Michael Williams, whose artwork is on view in #TheForeverNow. bit.ly/1DS6lSu pic.twitter.com/1PfEK1v5ak
Weds: "Topophilia" follows the 800-mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline from end to end. #MoMADocFest bit.ly/1D91p7S pic.twitter.com/AjNYwyPavN
How can artists, architects, & designers improve our cities? Join the @postatMoMA discussion: bit.ly/1Lzwl5C pic.twitter.com/arG6CxLspA
Tom Wesselmann, born today in 1931, planned to be a cartoonist before switching to painting. bit.ly/1BILhi5 pic.twitter.com/an8grbXHTP
Wed–Fri: Ginger Rogers & James Stewart fall in love in “Vivacious Lady." nyti.ms/1Glim2p pic.twitter.com/uMrlQ5ACF0
Kazimir Malevich, born today in 1878, was one of the pioneers of abstract art. bit.ly/1BHgMJo pic.twitter.com/nWIrlawXLh
Kazimir Malevich, born today in 1878, was was one of the pioneers of abstract art. In December 1915, Malevich unveiled a radically new mode of abstract painting that abandoned all reference to the outside world in favor of colored geometric shapes floating against white backgrounds. Because his new
This week at MoMA: #MoMADocFest continues, an in-gallery artist talk w/ Dianna Molzan, & more: bit.ly/1Enjm6W pic.twitter.com/2eBF0ou62C