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Museum of Modern Art
Bootleggers. Cheating husbands. Crooked politicians. "Hat Check Girl" screens this week.
Final day! "Jasper Johns: Regrets" explores the artist's process, from sketch to painting.
In honor of Labor Day, a powerful image by photographer Dorothea Lange.
See how a damaged photo of Lucian Freud led to Jasper Johns' latest work. Ends tomorrow!
Olafur Eliasson recreated a rock-strewn creek inside a museum, and it looks pretty darn cool.…
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From Robert Gober to Henri Matisse, @NYMag previews upcoming fall exhibitions at MoMA.
Toulouse-Lautrec's first poster was a commission for the Moulin Rouge. See his work in person.
Sept 4 & 5: Voguing meets traditional Japanese butoh in Trajal Harrell's new work.
Born today in 1883, Theo van Doesburg founded journal De Stijl to promote the artistic style.
Our WWI film series continues this weekend w/ silent films w/ live musical accompaniment.
Our "Lens on Tibet" film series continues with a rare portrait of Tibetan Muslims & more.
Fred Sandback, born today in 1943, used linear outlines (here, w/ yarn) to create sculpture.
Sept 27: Artist Charles Gaines converts famous speeches by Malcolm X and others into music.
The ethics of the anti-pirate water cannon, this week on the Design & Violence blog.
Next week: See the pre-Code comedy "Hat Check Girl" in a newly-restored 35mm print.
Tonight: Final MoMA Nights of the summer with @widowspeaking. @villagevoice says "not to be missed."
A welcoming sight at the ticket desk: Peter Doig. House of Flowers (see you there). 2007–09. Oil on canvas, 118 x 78 3/4"
"Robert Heinecken: Object Matter" closes 9/7 (and contains selfie-applicable posing tips).
Man Ray, born today in 1890, described his photographic technique as "painting with light."
Ends 9/1: "Jasper Johns: Regrets" exposes the process behind the artist's latest work.
Sept 4 & 5: Choreographer Trajal Harrell's new work draws connections between voguing & butoh.
This week: see WWI films by iconic directors Ernst Lubitsch, John Ford, and Cecil B. DeMille.
Meet rural nuns, a traveling storyteller, and a herder in this week's "Lens on Tibet" films.
"You didn't like the plexiglass sculpture either?" "Manhattan" screens Wed-Fri.
Born today in 1910, painter Dorothea Tanning called sunflowers "most aggressive of flowers."
Seeing the real thing with Gabi at @MuseumModernArt. Looks just like the postcards but bumpier. #StarryNight
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New window displays are in at the MoMA Stores. Another sign that fall is truly right around the corner.
time to hand the instagram back over to @themuseumofmodernart! thanks for following along with me this week - i really enjoyed it, and hope you did too. now off to my next adventure! #insidemoma #thatairportlife -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
i've been working on #sprzny, #moma's collab with @uniqloUSA, for about a year and it's always a thrill when I see people on the street in our ts! we're already working on spring 2015 but here's a sneak peek at what's coming this fall. one word: puffers!!! clockwise from top left: #yayoikusama #keit
here's another #instagramdebut: a detail of a 1943 koshiro onchi woodcut. it's relatively new to the collection but i couldn't wait to share! #madeinjapan #insectvision - Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Final weekend of "Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art," the artist's first US retrospective.
don't forget to look up! this 1963 james #rosenquist is hanging from the ceiling in the p&s galleries #artiseverywhere -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
"Lens on Tibet" @MoMAFilm series continues today with two filmmaker Q&As.
Last chance to see "Jasper Johns: Regrets," featuring his most recent work. Closes 9/1.
here's a little #tgif treat from collection storage: a detail of warja lavater's book snow white, with the story told entirely in abstract symbols (she's the pink and black dot). to my knowledge, never on public view here at #moma #fromthevaults #instagramdebut -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Sun & Mon: see "The Tramp at War," Charlie Chaplin's war films, as part of our WWI series.
Those in New York should catch Jocelyn Ford's premiere of her #Tibet documentary, "Nowhere to Call Home" at MOMA:
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we take turns with the Lautrec learning lounge postcards: collect, select, photograph, post! #fridays it's my turn and i love seeing what people submit. you can check them out at by searching #MoMALautrec -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson was born today in 1908. Here, he captures Henri Matisse.
Director of "Silent Holy Stones" Pema Tseden joins us tonight for a post-screening Q&A:
way back in the day, my first project at #moma was researching our print archive of #louisebourgeois, who is for me one of the twentieth century's key artists. here's her landmark sculpture quarantania at the entrance to the 4th floor galleries. -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
"Precious Caterpillar" "is one of those documentaries that leave you wondering how cameras could have been present."
Thanks for the shout-out in @O_Magazine, @Lavernecox! Hope to see you at MoMA soon. #OITNB
Last chance! "Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art" closes this Sunday.
and speaking of #dubuffet, here's a behind the scenes from the 2013 panel that got me thinking about his interest in graffiti as a narrative form (thanks to @alanket, @joseparla, #gza, and @adammansbach) #tbt #poprally #writersandwriters -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
working on the jean #dubuffet model today with gallery architecture and art at 1/2" scale. opens october 15! #thatminiaturelife -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)