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Museum of Modern Art
"I paint the white as well as the black, and the white is just as important." - painter Franz Kline, born today in 1910. [Installation view. Franz Kline. "Chief." 1950. The Museum of Modern Art, New York © 2015 The Franz Kline Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]
"I paint the white as well as the black, and the white is just as important." - Franz Kline bit.ly/1emSSJG pic.twitter.com/sToXf8MWHG
Now on view, "From Bauhaus to Buenos Aires: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola" is the first major exhibition to focus on these two leading figures of avant-garde photography. Via The New Yorker: "For a women’s magazine column titled “El psicoanálisis le ayudará” (“Psychoanalysis will help you”), Stern
Last chance! "Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities" closes Monday. bit.ly/1JHZluE pic.twitter.com/lBA12AT6RB
Photographer Grete Stern interpreted women's dreams with invention and feminist verve: nyr.kr/1ElLDXc pic.twitter.com/VnTcwTiNQr
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Several objects by late Danish designer Jacob Jensen are on view now in the exhibition "Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye." Learn more about Jensen's work at the link in our profile. [Jakob Jensen. Beolit 400 Portable Radio. 1971. Mfr.: Bang & Olufsen, Struer, Denmark. The Museum of Modern
Several objects by late Danish designer Jacob Jensen are on view now in #MakingMusicModern. nyti.ms/1EnSY8I pic.twitter.com/T2PFIxbWTc
We're happy to share that a fall 2017 Donald Judd retrospective is set at @MuseumModernArt nyti.ms/1FI3Vcg pic.twitter.com/3NWUxauz85
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Opening fall 2017: a comprehensive retrospective of the work of Donald Judd (@juddfoundation). The New York Times has the story (see the link in our profile). [Donald Judd. "Untitled." 1991. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © Judd Foundation, licensed by VAGA, New York]
Opening fall 2017: a comprehensive retrospective of the work of Donald Judd (@juddfoundation). nyti.ms/1Lt4cPd pic.twitter.com/sxnHlF4J5g
Henri Rousseau, a toll collector for the city of Paris and a self-taught artist, was born today in 1844. He painted "The Sleeping Gypsy" in 1897. [Henri Rousseau. "The Sleeping Gypsy." 1897. Photo by Martin Seck]
Henri Rousseau, a self-taught artist, was born today in 1844. Here, "The Sleeping Gypsy." bit.ly/1c7E7sl pic.twitter.com/9aDM6XQBZe
Begins 5/26: Jean-Francois Caissy's "Guidelines," a documentary about rural teens. bit.ly/1eivL2X pic.twitter.com/MoDNJYdAKj
Starts 5/26: @barbarahammer's "Welcome to This House, a Film on Elizabeth Bishop." bit.ly/1HimAWY pic.twitter.com/BcAWAR8dkV
June 2: Celebrate Kara Walker, Richard Serra, & David Rockefeller at the annual Party in the Garden, featuring a performance by @theweeknd! Event proceeds support our award-winning educational programs and the care, study, and exhibition of MoMA’s collection. Tickets at the link in our profile. #par
June 2: Celebrate Kara Walker, Richard Serra, & David Rockefeller at #partyinthegarden. bit.ly/1Ba7q46 pic.twitter.com/WFXVEomcPq
Catch a "Starry Night" in the city that never sleeps. New Yorkers, #seeyourcity! Get more ideas for playing tourist at @nycgo or by searching the hashtag. [Visitors viewing Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night" at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo by Martin Seck]
Catch a "Starry Night" in the city that never sleeps. New Yorkers, #seeyourcity! via @nycgo bit.ly/1QYmtqH pic.twitter.com/UdPpi8r3ax
This year's #MuseumDay theme is sustainability. Learn about #UnevenGrowth & city planning: bit.ly/1yz1PaC pic.twitter.com/PCjLPEeT5c
Celebrate #MuseumDay with MoMA video, from framing "Christina's World" to a Wim Wenders Q&A. bit.ly/1HqxAar pic.twitter.com/SPLLgtsAS8