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Photographer Christopher Williams blends an advertising aesthetic with fine-art photography: thecut.io/1znDeTx pic.twitter.com/uxBT8E5vGl
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The five stages of cat ownership, as told through artworks in MoMA's collection. #MuseumCats bit.ly/1u0PgiK pic.twitter.com/wwF51OKmji
Thursday: Seattle-based surf-rock group @laluzers plays MoMA Nights. bit.ly/1rPXNHc pic.twitter.com/235VtgZpf6
We're celebrating #MuseumCats Day with Steinlen's "Summer - Cat on a Balustrade." bit.ly/1nTOlRz pic.twitter.com/fiJ4trhPdi
Henry Moore was born today in 1898. Experience his work this summer in our Sculpture Garden. bit.ly/ULdZe0 pic.twitter.com/tRR7g0SWMN
On view: "The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec" features posters, lithographs, books & more. bit.ly/1pouatg pic.twitter.com/IpfXDkAuhf
"Lady in the Dark," our summer film noir series, continues with "The Reckless Moment" & more. bit.ly/1pBjIf6 pic.twitter.com/lJP1z2VXhO
Tonight: "CHOREOGRAPHY," a selection of films by Lawrence Weiner, Warhol, Fassbinder, & more. bit.ly/UIxunz pic.twitter.com/cJGNnXpXOB
David Smith. History of LeRoy Borton. 1956. Steel, 7' 4 1/4" x 26 3/4" x 24 1/2"
"Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art" is on view until 8/24. Read the @MousseMagazine review: bit.ly/1uAXphV pic.twitter.com/8Lhqd7g2xT
Join us at @MoMA_Live today for our last #Agora conversation of the summer! Starting at 3pm EST!
Marcel Duchamp was born on this date in 1887. Marcel Duchamp. To Be Looked At (from the Other Side of the Glass) with One Eye, Close to, for Almost an Hour. 1918. Oil, silver leaf, lead wire, and magnifying lens on glass (cracked), mounted between panes of glass in standing metal frame on painted wo
This week at MoMA: last chance to see Sigmar Polke, @laluzers performs, "Annie Hall," & more. bit.ly/1tif2RX pic.twitter.com/RF4idObQvl
Marcel Duchamp, born today in 1887, believed this artwork induced a hallucinatory effect. bit.ly/1oAGkjl pic.twitter.com/EaPDZfuruz
Something subdued for a cloudy Monday morning: Francis Picabia. Tarentelle. 1912. Oil on canvas, 29 x 36 1/4"
Opening today: "Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness." bit.ly/1nKDnNY pic.twitter.com/W89KlcheyD
Today: Christopher Williams presents a playful film program, incl. Godard's "Joy of Learning." bit.ly/1lGGGjL pic.twitter.com/gMRsqYSBKf
Experience the Belle Époque! "The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters" opens today. bit.ly/1xfOoXm pic.twitter.com/VbVtR9l2Oj
George Grosz, born today in 1893, captured his friend Max Herrmann-Neisse in this portrait. bit.ly/1pY1oyi pic.twitter.com/27MXFL7t5M
Weekend Must See: Conceptual art giant Christopher Williams's retrospective arrives at @MuseumModernArt. vogue.cm/1qEmUNy
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Why did Brancusi's "Bird in Space" cause a heated legal battle? Our blog has the story. bit.ly/1lEnoeF pic.twitter.com/3zPvEb4fAb
Artist Christopher Williams leads a tour through his upcoming MoMA retrospective 'Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness.' The exhibition opens to the public on Sunday, July 27.
Tonight: Christopher Williams presents films from MoMA's collection on the theme of "Economy." bit.ly/1nBP4ow pic.twitter.com/RCv2Re4A5F
It's another Sculpture Garden kind of day in NYC: Jacques Lipchitz. Figure. 1926–30. Bronze, 7' 1 1/2" x 38 5/8"
.@MoMApoprally had a blast last night exploring our Sigmar Polke retrospective! @hyperallergic has some great pics: instagram.com/p/q0HW4_qead/