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Tonight @ 6:30, drop in for a FREE talk on the art of Jean Dubuffet, presented by @MuseumModernArt's Sarah Suzuki! bit.ly/ZU9oJb
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Sunday: "Matisse's Garden" author Samantha Friedman reads from her new children's book. bit.ly/1DCKaMH pic.twitter.com/o7U1Nq742N
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Tomorrow night MoMA PopRally presents "Id," a party performance and installation by @hoodbyair featuring @boychild and @gaydogfood. A few tickets are still available at moma.org/poprally. #HBA #MoMAPopRally
Tuesdays & Thursdays: Sketch like Toulouse-Lautrec. Drop in for informal drawing sessions. bit.ly/1wFPzR1 pic.twitter.com/k02QsavP7k
Last chance! "Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness" closes this Sunday. The exhibition "conveys the complexity... of art making itself." (The New York Times) [Installation view of Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness at The Museum of Modern Art, New York (July 27–
In honor of #NationalCatDay, enjoy this charming cat lamp by Alexander Calder. bit.ly/1tDpumH pic.twitter.com/FELYD9YvkA
Tomorrow: See newly-restored "The Iron Mask" with the original Vitaphone soundtrack. bit.ly/1thzimf pic.twitter.com/yalEW1eWlB
Thursday: Acclaimed Turkish filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan in person to introduce "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia." bit.ly/1yI5EqG
"For Matisse, color was fundamental—he used it to build space itself." Painter Françoise Gilot on meeting Matisse. on.wsj.com/1yHYyCt
Last chance! "Christopher Williams" and "Photographic Practices in the Studio" close Sunday. bit.ly/1u4zwPO pic.twitter.com/SvciRMQUtJ
Wow, #Momamatisse left me smiling from ear to ear! what a way to start a Tuesday
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"The image was still putting up a struggle." "Decasia" compiles decomposing film footage. bit.ly/1zeGgvM pic.twitter.com/R7jKsfhMl7
Bogart. Lupino. Sheridan. @MoMAFilm screens "They Drive by Night" Wednesday-Friday. bit.ly/1tdFeLH pic.twitter.com/6YehjdaV05
"As much aesthetic pleasure as you can stand and then some." @NewYorker bit.ly/1rxwagv #MoMAMatisse
Wednesday: artist Fernando Botero will be on hand to sign books at the 53rd St. @MoMAstore. bit.ly/1wDu9ny pic.twitter.com/J2RXHAUtpJ
The MoMA app is the @fwa mobile app of the day! Take MoMA with you wherever you go. bit.ly/1wDDNs5 pic.twitter.com/H4hRntDKzm
After you see the cut-outs, remember, there are several more Matisse masterworks on MoMA's fifth floor: Henri Matisse. The Red Studio. 1911. Oil on canvas, 71 1/4" x 7' 2 1/4". Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund. © 2014 Succession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Francis Bacon, born today in 1909, had a childhood fascination with butcher shops. bit.ly/131tvas pic.twitter.com/DcboLYxtWJ
Tomorrow: Filmmaker Bill Morrison takes on the story of Frankenstein with "Spark of Being." bit.ly/1wwe1VV pic.twitter.com/bLTHvg6OKs
Roy Lichtenstein, born today in 1923, drew on commercial printing techniques & comic strips for inspiration. The dots used in many of his works are called "Benday dots," named for their inventor, printer Benjamin Day. #popart [Roy Lichtenstein. "Drowning Girl." 1963. Oil and synthetic polymer paint
"Crawl worm!!" Mike Kelley, subject of a recent @MoMAPS1 retrospective, born today in 1954. bit.ly/1Dm5E0b pic.twitter.com/bn4MSvxDJC
"It is a joy simply to see proof that such black performers had once lived and walked this earth." via @guardian bit.ly/ZUsoaC
#MoMAStudio: Beyond the Cut-Out is now open. Stop by the Ed Center for interactive artist projects & art-making fun! pic.twitter.com/lmPhSjme4n
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Roy Lichtenstein, born today in 1923, drew on commercial printing & comics for inspiration. bit.ly/1nJXJYO pic.twitter.com/ieDKpmc8Qt
When downtown goes uptown: Party/performance with Hood by Air, at @MuseumModernArt featuring a "humannequin" moma.org/visit/calendar…
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This week at MoMA: acclaimed director Nuri Bilge Ceylan, @MoMApoprally w/ Hood by Air, & more. bit.ly/1oQ7HIP pic.twitter.com/zJkupePILT
ICYMI: Last-minute Halloween costume ideas inspired by MoMA's collection. bit.ly/12t46X6 pic.twitter.com/7PXDk1GEAx
See newly-restored films from around the world in @MoMAFilm's annual preservation festival. bit.ly/ZSeJ3T pic.twitter.com/tSnS8kd5T0
Today: @MoMAFilm Q&A with George Chakiris (leader of the Sharks in "West Side Story"). bit.ly/1trQo22 pic.twitter.com/ODTqgSeaVw
In honor of Picasso's birthday, a study for his iconic painting "Les Demoiselles D'Avignon." bitly.com/1wxV2ev pic.twitter.com/8lWszylmfo
Pablo Picasso was born this day in 1881. What's your favorite Picasso artwork? [Pablo Picasso. "Boy Leading a Horse." Paris, 1905-06. Oil on canvas. 7' 2 7/8" x 51 5/8" (220.6 x 131.2 cm). The William S. Paley Collection. © 2014 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]
Happy birthday Lynda Benglis, who said of this series "I thought of them as people gesturing." bitly.com/1DbAUyW pic.twitter.com/cN63bzJLE3
@MuseumModernArt La Guernica… I saw it in Madrid and it is gigantic. We were wondering how they got it in the room with their tiny doors.
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Pablo Picasso was born this day in 1881. What's your favorite Picasso artwork? bitly.com/1wxT5yv pic.twitter.com/rqb5zeAzhA
Use MoMA's collection as inspiration for your Halloween costume. A few ideas: bit.ly/12t46X6 pic.twitter.com/bk8oOhnuK8
Sunday 12–6 pm: Celebrate @MoMAPS1's crop of new exhibitions at the Fall Open House! On view as of Sunday: "Retrospective" by Xavier Le Roy, "Zero Tolerance," "Francesco Vezzoli: Teatro Romano," "Samara Golden: The Flat Side of the Knife," "The Little Things Could Be Dearer," and "Bob and Roberta Sm
Sunday: Celebrate @MoMAPS1's new exhibitions all day at the Fall Open House! bit.ly/1CXsH19 pic.twitter.com/MGo82GGeOr
Curator Ron Magliozzi discusses @MoMAFilm's research into the earliest known feature film with a black cast now on @MoMA_Live.
Now on view: Footage from the earliest known feature film with a black cast. Clips online: bit.ly/1wkKzVa pic.twitter.com/voetw8PWvG
This is what happens when kids critique @MuseumModernArt's "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" vult.re/1D6HG94 pic.twitter.com/JRpdsrJjct
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Robert Gober @MuseumModernArt compelling, can't stop thinking about it
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Create your own Matisse-inspired work at "MoMA Studio: Beyond the Cut-Out," a free on-site learning space for all ages. #MoMAStudio #MoMAMatisse [Elaine Reichek. "Sampling Matisse (Part 1)" in "MoMA Studio: Beyond the Cut-Out." 2014]
Create your own Matisse-inspired work in the new #MoMAStudio, a free on-site learning space. bit.ly/1wn8UqK pic.twitter.com/tQwuSWCYC8
Lygia Clark, born today in 1920, made sculptures like this which can be endlessly manipulated. bit.ly/1D2qa5Y pic.twitter.com/djlNAakOKc