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Museum of Modern Art
This week at MoMA: An evening of poetry inspired by Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series, the architecture documentary "Unfinished Spaces" screens, Bruce LaBruce's MoMA Film retrospective continues, and much more. See what's coming up at the link in our profile. [Tyehimba Jess reading his poem "Another
This week at MoMA: Poetry inspired by the Migration Series, @UnfnshdSpaces screens, & more. bit.ly/1z6GC96 pic.twitter.com/adFSSdt3SF
New on the MoMA iPhone app: the audio guide for design exhibition "This Is For Everyone." bit.ly/1Gpmmx1 pic.twitter.com/429fM5Su3I
Free through May 3: see the earliest surviving footage for a feature film with a black cast. bit.ly/1OUvE8J pic.twitter.com/99It2QyEPL
Today at @MoMAPS1: Harlem's liberation movements, from labor unions to House & Ballroom. bit.ly/1btu5Sh pic.twitter.com/cRWV7etnOT
This painting by Cy Twombly, born today in 1928, displays his signature wild scribbles. "It's a style that looks like an absolutely anti-style, and a lot of people might even bring up the question, why is this even painting?" says Ann Temkin, Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture. "For Twombly and
4/27: An evening with artist Bouchra Khalili, whose work is on view now at @PalaisdeTokyo. bit.ly/1EDkeXr pic.twitter.com/cF1VyhXVQV
5/1: @ProfessorEA hosts award-winning poets reading new work inspired by Jacob Lawrence's art. bit.ly/1DLb1Ws pic.twitter.com/FRHcdCUQpb
This painting by Cy Twombly, born today in 1928, displays his signature wild scribbles. bit.ly/1z4oCwl pic.twitter.com/iHyrRNfNUx
Do you know the geological history of New York City? Today Elizabeth Ellsworth and Jamie Kruse of the artist collaborative smudge studio led a walking tour as part of their MoMA Class "Uncovering Deep Time in Midtown." Participants learned about the city's geologic characteristics, such as the glaci
Now on view: "Andy Warhol: Campbell's Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967" explores this signature work in the artist's career alongside the art Warhol created before and after. For the first time at MoMA, the 32 "Soup Cans" are shown in a line (rather than a grid), echoing the way they were first
Now on view: "Andy Warhol: Campbell's Soup Cans & Other Works, 1953–1967." bit.ly/1Gicm8x pic.twitter.com/D8xmds3OcW
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]
Can exposing past examples of discrimination prevent those in the future? via @desviolenz bit.ly/1DIkcGU pic.twitter.com/vmWX22BBPJ
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