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Museum of Modern Art
The largest-ever retrospective of Georgian cinema in the US opens tomorrow night at MoMA. bit.ly/ZD3FYM pic.twitter.com/SAeiC8wsB5
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.@MuseumModernArt's instagram post on community show (Re)present features #UPNEXT's #KaraWalker inspired work: bit.ly/1uT0RlM
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an amazing story about a rediscovered 100-year old film, by @feenyt nyti.ms/XDsZMI
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NYT: Coming Soon, a Century Late: A Black Film Gem nyti.ms/XBUXIv Congrats to Ron Magliozzi of @MoMAFilm for this historic find.
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Happy first day of fall (the start of apple season). Perfect apples by Christopher Williams. bit.ly/1uSEtJa pic.twitter.com/JRWwS3ksov
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A bucolic scene to take the sting out of the first official day of autumn: Gerhard Richter. Meadowland. 1985. Oil on canvas, 35 5/8 x 37 1/2"
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Happy birthday to Maurizio Cattelan, an artist known for his biting sense of humor. bit.ly/1r88oLd pic.twitter.com/ftRcFk0r06
.@MoMAFilm curators have discovered the earliest footage of a feature film with a black cast. nyti.ms/1seBRGR pic.twitter.com/BttLFvwSb3
Our WWI film series concludes this weekend w/ "Lawrence of Arabia" & "Two Arabian Knights." bit.ly/1mmt1o1 pic.twitter.com/mqoGrzRiFM
"(Re)present," an exhibition of artwork created as part of MoMA community programs, is now on view in The Cullman Education and Research Building. This Kara Walker-inspired silhouette artwork was the result of a workshop with fathers participating in UPNEXT, a parenting program of the Midtown Commun
Making art with water guns? Only in MoMA Classes. Register for our "Mind Games" course today: bit.ly/1sFT8mB
Today & Saturday: Spielberg's 2011 "War Horse" screens as part of our WWI-on-film series. bit.ly/YZfKr8 pic.twitter.com/pZF9KUFPrB
Two decades in the making, @MoMAFilm's “Discovering Georgian Cinema" series begins 9/23. bit.ly/1tyVl7z pic.twitter.com/7CEKdnoISI
Another example of design for play: Alma Siedhoff-Buscher. Building Blocks. 1923 (original design); reproduction manufactured by Kurt Naef c. 1977. Painted wood
MoMA / @MoMAPS1 Records releases its debut double LP, a tribute to John Cage’s "4’33”." bit.ly/1BRhnoA pic.twitter.com/9GUxUriQGF
Make art in collaboration w/ contemporary artists in MoMA courses. Registration closes soon! bit.ly/1mhxisW pic.twitter.com/5DhbUOP1DA
Now: @MoMAstore Dir. of Retail Dev. Ruth Shapiro & @UniqloUSA Chief Merchandising Officer Steven Sare discuss our collaboration. #REMIXNYC
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MoMA Director Glenn D. Lowry is about to deliver today's @remixsummit keynote. Follow along via @MoMA_Live. #REMIXNYC
George Nelson's "How to Kill People: A Problem of Design," this week on @desviolenz blog. bit.ly/YV0ewt pic.twitter.com/juK30b0WbL
Hope you enjoyed #AskACurator day! Thanks to Sarah & Juliet, our participating curators. We welcome your questions any time, not just today.
MoMA Associate Educator Calder Zwicky is discussing our @MoMAteens initiatives at #REMIXNYC. Follow along via @MoMA_Live now!
A: My choices have to excite me & make sense to me. I also like to eavesdrop in the galleries & try to see what others see. -JK #AskACurator
Q from @malimelibu on Instagram: "For whom do you curate? For yourselves? For what kind of public?” #AskACurator
A: A newspaper. You have to be like a sponge. What people are feeling now also affects how we relate to art of the past. -JK #AskACurator
Q from @cosmicona on Instagram: “Which is the most important book (in your opinion) for a curator?" #AskACurator
A: How long is a piece of string? Time for me always repays the effort. Sometimes you just want to say hi to an old friend. -JK #AskACurator
Q from @selvasterstallone on Instagram: "How long are you supposed to stand in front of a painting?” #AskACurator
A: Likes & dislikes are a great starting point. What moves you/others? Why? It's up to the audience to agree or disagree. -JK #AskACurator
Q from @bekisforlovers on Instagram: "How do you keep your opinions of art out of choosing what to hang for a show?" #AskACurator
A: An action, object, image or space w/ a point of view. Might be the way someone does their hair or a funny advert. -JK #AskACurator
Q from @linocc_ on Instagram: "What do you personally think art is? (no quoting allowed)." #AskACurator
A: Depends on projects. Prob. 6 wks/yr. The rest of the time at my desk w/ visits to library, galleries, museums, studios. -SS #AskACurator
Q from @LaurenTrantino on Instagram: "How much travel is involved with your job? And how much time is spent at a desk?” #AskACurator
A: Song Dong: art shipment rerouted by weather, diverted to train, delayed @ customs. A race to the finish but so worth it! -SS #AskACurator
Q from @chrisawilliams on Instagram: "What is the most difficult show you've curated? Or the most nerve-racking?” #AskACurator
A: I love seeing artworks that I've chased down, researched, and advocated for make it into the galleries. -SS #AskACurator
Q from @charlottegrayson on Instagram: “What is the most rewarding part of your job?” #AskACurator
A: A toughie! For collection, @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo is full of surprises. For experience, nothing beats @Fond_Beyeler. -SS #AskACurator
Q from @BarryBriggs on Instagram: "Other than MOMA, what museum gives you the most pleasure or is most stimulating?” #AskACurator
A: As long as you want to! For me, it could be 10 minutes w/ a Hieronymus Bosch, and 10 seconds-or less-with its neighbor. -SS #AskACurator
Q from @selvasterstallone on Instagram: "How long are you supposed to stand in front of a painting?” #AskACurator
Wolfgang Laib installs "Pollen from Hazelnut" (2013) at the @MuseumModernArt in this week's #ART21Season7 preview youtube.com/watch?v=WUjBbf…
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We're about to begin tweeting our questions & responses for #AskACurator day! "-SS" replies are from Sarah Suzuki, "-JK" is Juliet Kinchin.
This little guy keeps trying to escape, so we're keeping him locked in a display case. Richard and Betty James. Slinky. 1945. Manf: James Spring & Wire Company; later James Industries; now a brand of Poof-Slinky, Inc. Steel; compressed: 2 3/8 x 2 7/8"
Today is #AskACurator day! Reply w/ Qs for MoMA curators of drawings & prints and architecture & design. pic.twitter.com/BaDSfUSYug
Ever wanted to #AskACurator a question? Post questions in the comments below now for Sarah Suzuki from the Department of Drawings & Prints and Juliet Kinchin from the Department of Architecture & Design and we'll tweet responses tomorrow via @museummodernart on Twitter.
Born today in 1886, Jean (Hans) Arp was a pioneer of abstract art & a founder of Dada. bit.ly/1oX6Tw3 pic.twitter.com/Jd4rga9DEQ