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Museum of Modern Art
Matisse, Robert Gober, & Sturtevant at MoMA are among @nytimes' 100 picks for fall entertainment. Plan accordingly. nyti.ms/1xYwcHD
From Robert Altman to Bill Morrison, preview @MoMAFilm's Fall season. bit.ly/1uMEXyG Tickets: bit.ly/1xYvFoV
How well do you know your MoMA? This week's quiz focuses on a few famous faces. bit.ly/1pdgkGL pic.twitter.com/Z5R1uhrthu
The countdown is on! "Matisse: The Cut-Outs" opens 10/12. Get your tickets now: bit.ly/1tJbuF6 #MoMAMatisse pic.twitter.com/eIBNyRnJkR
Regram from curator @stuartcomer of artist Yao Jui-Chung in his studio with his 18-year-old cat Mocha. Check #MoMATravels for more images from our curators' research trip to Asia.
Regram from associate curator @jennyschlenzka of an artwork by Lee Ming-Hsueh on view at IT Park gallery, one of the oldest artist-run spaces in Taiwan. #MoMATravels
Sat & Sun: Clara Bow and Gary Cooper star in first-ever Best Picture-winner "Wings." bit.ly/1oDdo6T pic.twitter.com/heshyDs1He
"Sites of Reason" closes 9/28! Recent acquisitions of work by Sol LeWitt, Eve Fowler, & more. bit.ly/1tPOJ62 pic.twitter.com/FO0fOe89wC
"Sites of Reason: A Selection of Recent Acquisitions" closes September 28. Pictured here, left to right: Sol LeWitt. "Wall Drawing #1187, Scribbles: Curves." 2005; Eve Fowler. "A Spectacle and Nothing Strange." 2011-ongoing.
Oct 18: Family film screening of "The Numberlys," which imagines a world without letters. bit.ly/1rZKZiu pic.twitter.com/reOUH8QgZf
Regram from curator @suzukiinthecity of Yoshitomo Nara's (@michinara3) installation "My Drawing Room" at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. #MoMATravels
Regram from curator @stuartcomer. A painting by Yasuo Kuniyoshi at the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. #MoMATravels
Friday & Sunday: See a restored print of Howard Hughes' classic WWI film "Hell's Angels." bit.ly/1rPjHW6 pic.twitter.com/k2m1toNPml
MoMA security got a new look, thanks to uniforms designed by @UniqloUSA. bit.ly/1pceki9 pic.twitter.com/hdL5PrnzXA
"Trying to Figure Out Her Patients and Herself" @NYTMovies on "Once Upon a Time Veronica," screening through Sunday. nyti.ms/1rOoE1b
MoMA loves NYC public school teachers! Enjoy 2-for-1 admission w/ @UFT card through 9/30. bit.ly/1tCaHpq pic.twitter.com/Ybz0mWHMJQ
In remembrance of September 11, we share Lee Friedlander's 1965 photograph "New York City." bit.ly/1uJUI9D pic.twitter.com/PmcHisUn49
"The season belongs to 'Matisse: The Cut-Outs.'" (@NewYorker). Buy advance tickets now: bit.ly/1wFLAV0 pic.twitter.com/w8DCypWMg6
Thursday: Jean Renoir's "La Grande Illusion" (1937) introduced by author Nicholas Macdonald. bit.ly/1txmllx pic.twitter.com/8uQZBKFVWC
Can public art effect change in oppressive behavior? @desviolenz on Cairo's blue bra graffiti. bit.ly/1BsmHyw pic.twitter.com/EhjtENVmib
For “sheer visual bliss,” the fall art season belongs to a Matisse exhibit that opens at @MuseumModernArt next month: nyr.kr/1x7lCh5
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Regram from curator @jennyschlenzka of Moon Ji Bang's structure, "Shinseon Play," completed this year at MMCA, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, as part of MoMA & @momaps1's Young Architects Program International. #MoMATravels #ShinseonPlay
Regram from @curator_on_the_run: "Best discovery at #GwangjuBiennale: Lionel Wendt, Sri Lankan surrealist photographer, 1930s." MoMA curators (tagged in photo) are currently traveling in Korea, Japan, and Taiwan viewing art and meeting with artists as part of our C-MAP research initiative. #MoMATrav
9/15: Christopher Williams, subject of a current retrospective, talks cinema w/ @StuartComer. bit.ly/1nJDrcu pic.twitter.com/Q80IMafXa7
Stanley Kubrick's WWI film "Paths of Glory," starring Kirk Douglas, screens tomorrow. bit.ly/1ts7wAx pic.twitter.com/wjW2DeKizc
Sol LeWitt was born today in 1928. Visit this wall drawing the next time you're at MoMA. bit.ly/1qBujeU pic.twitter.com/TiFDqZiKgk
"In Museums, Masters Old and New:" @nytimes previews our fall lineup, from Matisse to Gober. nyti.ms/WGZxFr pic.twitter.com/X0clQVFOWC
So if you buy a ticket for @MuseumModernArt you can watch a film there too! I saw #HatCheckGirl & loved the 30s #fashion
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This week at MoMA: a Brazilian anti-fairy tale film, a new Klimt painting on view, & more. bit.ly/1lR5VWr pic.twitter.com/j6Z2MqYjAe
James Lee Byars. "The Mile-Long Paper Walk." 1965/2014. Performed originally by dancer and choreographer Lucinda Childs, the work is being performed today by Berlin-based artist and dancer Jimmy Robert. During the performance, the dancer slowly unfolds sections of riveted paper.
James Lee Byars. "Ten in a Hat." ca. 1969/2012. A few MoMA staff members are among the performers wearing the hat today.
James Lee Byars. "The Perfect Kiss." 1975. Byars referred to this fleeting performance as "a prayer a poem and a play [. . .] a mystical expression of my appreciation of the world."
James Lee Byars. "Four in a Dress." 1967/2014. Byars referred to these dresses as "plural" or "communal" garments. Wearing it, he asked, "Are we one or four?"
James Lee Byars. "Dress for Two." 1969. Byars, who shaped his persona and career into a continuous performance, created many fabric "costumes" to join two or more people together in public performance. Multiple performances of Byars' work will take place today through 5 pm.
Byars performances are being live streamed, but you can also follow our posts at @MoMA_Live.
Today, noon to 5 pm: multiple performances of James Lee Byars works from the 1960s-70s. bit.ly/1xtCtL2 pic.twitter.com/fFpPDuYa40
Final day of "Robert Heinecken: Object Matter." His work explores photography & pop culture. bit.ly/1rUZOk7 pic.twitter.com/EMWDAZKYLQ
Jacob Lawrence, born today in 1917, worked on 60 panels of his "Migration Series" at once. bit.ly/1CFltSb pic.twitter.com/mNt5QMNBNc
Rehearsals are underway for tomorrow's James Lee Byars performances. Join us Sunday 12-5 pm. bit.ly/1AjappP pic.twitter.com/DtCwNgdn6E
Rehearsals are underway for tomorrow's James Lee Byars performances at MoMA. The performances will take place on Sunday throughout the museum, intermittently between noon and 5 pm. "James Lee Byars: 1/2 an Autobiography" is on view through Sunday at @momaps1.
Regram from curator @stuartcomer: a poster for Sung Hwan Kim's video "Temper Clay" at Artsonje Center in Seoul. "Temper Clay" was recently acquired for MoMA's collection. #MoMATravels
We screen PATHS OF GLORY, Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece on the absurdity of war, Sun at 6. Free for members! moma.org/visit/calendar…
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Regram from Associate Curator @jennyschlenzka. Installation of work by Seulgi Lee at the #GwangjuBiennale. Search #MoMATravels for more dispatches from the curators' current trip to Asia.
Catch Peter Weir's GALLIPOLI in #35mm tomorrow night at 8! bit.ly/1wbPiVX
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Regram from MoMA curator @stuartcomer of an artwork by Anwar Shemza at the #GwangjuBiennale. Search #MoMATravels for more dispatches from the curators' current trip to Asia.
Day two of Trajal Harrell's "The Practice," in which Harrell allows visitors to observe his collaborative working process. Harrell is the recipient of a two-year residency at MoMA, so keep an eye out for future events and performances.
"I love to spend mornings at MoMA...I eat M&Ms & sneeze on Jackson Pollocks, just to see who can tell." - Joan Rivers vult.re/1qu5zEX
Gustav Klimt’s stunning "Adele Bloch-Bauer II" is now on view as a special long-term loan. bit.ly/1uD4DxJ pic.twitter.com/5M3U1owvil
For John Cage's birthday, one of his "Edible Drawings," which could be recycled as food. bit.ly/1CxTKTn pic.twitter.com/AN7THIFMU7