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Museum of Modern Art
Russian painter and designer Lyubov Popova, born today in 1889, brought an architectural sensibility to her art. She referred to her paintings as "constructions." [Lyubov Popova. "Painterly Architectonic." 1917. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Philip Johnson Fund]
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Can exposing past examples of discrimination prevent those in the future? via @desviolenz bit.ly/1DIkcGU pic.twitter.com/vmWX22BBPJ
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Monday: Explore Cuba's National Art Schools in the architecture doc "Unfinished Spaces." Free! bit.ly/1GqOQZI pic.twitter.com/8LtWkYFhRa
Lyubov Popova, born today in 1889, brought an architectural sensibility to her art. bit.ly/1Gsqgur pic.twitter.com/lvA3OduuTE
Can-related art in honor of new exhibition "Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans & Other Works." bit.ly/1Gsm1Pp pic.twitter.com/xETWzUxZfd
Streaming: "Migration Rhapsody," a music & performance event exploring the Great Migration. bit.ly/1KaFhiW pic.twitter.com/eXsKJMGdxL
Streaming now on YouTube (link in profile): Alicia Hall Moran sings as part of "Migration Rhapsody," an all-star music and performance event in conjunction with "One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North." #MoMAOneWayTicket
Watch now (streaming link in profile): "Migration Rhapsody," an all-star music & performance event (Jason Moran! Bill T. Jones!) exploring the Great Migration in conjunction with the current MoMA exhibition "One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement No
Watch now: "Migration Rhapsody," music & performance event inspired by the Great Migration. bit.ly/1aVS9N2 pic.twitter.com/inKpAxNZAd
Filmmaker @BruceLaBruce shares his mainstream Hollywood influences, from Altman to Wilder. nyti.ms/1Ewgh6L pic.twitter.com/0dpOAvV9Gc
Romare Bearden's spiritual masterwork returns to MoMA as part of #MoMAOneWayTicket. bit.ly/1Ejs5HM pic.twitter.com/0rzB71jDj9
7pm: Stream "Migration Rhapsody," a music & performance event inspired by the Great Migration. bit.ly/1aVS9N2 pic.twitter.com/wZr3K1uQTI
One last friendly #EarthDay reminder, courtesy this Neil Jenney painting. ♻️ [Neil Jenney. "Trash and Trashcan." 1970. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Ruth and Seymour Klein. © 2015 Neil Jenney]
A friendly #EarthDay reminder in the form of this Neil Jenney painting. bit.ly/1JvTVQN pic.twitter.com/VhyqVYB0PY
Streaming: "How can we empower through design?" Panel w/ MoMA Dir. Glenn Lowry, Homi Bhabha. bit.ly/1OHMCXH pic.twitter.com/qLpxgTXCoc
Watch now: @MHCHarvard Director Homi Bhabha & MoMA Director Glenn Lowry discuss urban growth. bit.ly/1OHMCXH pic.twitter.com/f0SwYEKGdy
In honor of #EarthDay, we're sharing an environmentally-friendly object from MoMA's design collection: the Smart car. Developed by Mercedes Benz with input from the Swatch watch company, the use of lightweight materials help make the Smart weigh less, making it incredibly fuel-efficient. Even the pa
The exhibition "Rising Currents" (2010) explored solutions to rising sea levels. #EarthDay bit.ly/1EsQCfk pic.twitter.com/QS4vuF9Y9J
In honor of #EarthDay, an eco-friendly object from MoMA's design collection: the Smart car. bit.ly/1Of8yyF pic.twitter.com/aexTKtQWIr
In honor of #EarthDay, we'll be sharing earth-related art throughout the day, starting with Yoshitomo Nara’s "Patch of the Earth." [Yoshitomo Nara. Patch of the Earth. 2001. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase. © 2015 Yoshitomo Nara]
"Who writes the history, and who has the right to write history?" MoMA’s celebrated Projects series returns this week with Rabih Mroué’s performance work "Riding on a Cloud." Based on his brother Yasser Mroué’s personal experiences in the aftermath of the Lebanese civil war, and performed by Yasser
We'll be sharing art in honor of #EarthDay throughout the day, starting with Yoshitomo Nara. bit.ly/1yPGvig pic.twitter.com/C1hLb4Ful1