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Is euthanasia a form of violence or compassion? A new Design & Violence project blog post on the Euthanasia Coaster. bit.ly/1mEQuzE
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Installation view of "A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio." From left: Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil. Untitled. c. 1950. Cyanotype; Walead Beshty. Three Colour Curl (CMY: Irvine, California, August 19th 2008, Fuji Crystal Archive Type C). 2008. Color photographic paper; Mar
What do colonial-era craft and modernism have in common? Find out in a new 2-session course: bit.ly/1lFciLS pic.twitter.com/wTCtnPBNo9
Did you know the Smart Car is in MoMA's collection? Learn how it helps the planet: bit.ly/1i6EAM2 #EarthDay pic.twitter.com/gy6hUiJRhg
“Every meal with Maira is like a picnic” Kirkus gives Kalman's & Handler's latest book for @MuseumModernArt a rave: ow.ly/vZK3v
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The Polke show @MuseumModernArt is amazing. It's interesting to see such a broad range of work from one artist.
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"Curators Ponder Polke Potato Problem" via @ARTnewsmag. Staff to swap spoiled spuds. bit.ly/QCuSGf #Polke pic.twitter.com/EmCOo7rPwY
Joel Shapiro. Untitled. 1971. Terracotta, 49 units
Happy bday, Dieter Roth! Learn about the conservation challenges Roth's work presented for the team @MuseumModernArt: bit.ly/1i3Azb1
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The @NewYorker calls "Alibis: Sigmar Polke" "the most dramatic museum show of the century to date." nyr.kr/1rg1xgj #Polke
Agnes Denes. The World of Thorns. 1968. Electroplated plexiglass and synthetic polymer paint on light box
Dieter Roth, born today in 1930, often used unconventional materials (i.e. "Literaturwurst"). bit.ly/1jZYSGn pic.twitter.com/q3vGZrD1zK
"Bends," the latest film in our ContemporAsian series, screens starting Monday with filmmaker Flora Lau in person. bit.ly/1gZkQc8
Video: See how artists, musicians, and MoMA staff interpreted John Cage's "silent" score "4'33"" for performance. bit.ly/1i6xGkO
Odilon Redon, born today in 1840, was known for his fantastical, enigmatic imagery. bit.ly/QoUUge pic.twitter.com/vGphSPYSR5
We look back on filmmaker Marco Bellocchio's 50-year career with screenings through May 7: bit.ly/1jicI3K ow.ly/i/5iplp
Final weekend! "Ileana Sonnabend: Ambassador for the New" closes Sunday. bit.ly/1eSGjVM ow.ly/i/5ipeo
"Alibis: Sigmar Polke," the artist's first comprehensive retrospective, opens today! bit.ly/1hcaMIz #Polke pic.twitter.com/dBv5ScArRs
This week's Five for Friday on our blog: Rabbit Redux. Hop to it! bit.ly/1eRl6vk pic.twitter.com/eJKNRal0B1
We'll be live-tweeting tonight's Design & Violence debate on Temple Grandin's humane slaughterhouse at @MoMA_Live in a few min. #desviolenz