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What happens when everything becomes art? Follow our Agora program at 3pm via @MoMA_Live or in the Sculpture Garden.
Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Sartre called Calder's mobiles "lyrical invention."
This week at MoMA: palm readings & Polke, Toulouse-Lautrec opens, @Thaogetstaydown, and more!
Constructivism under glass: Naum Gabo. Head of a Woman. c. 1917–20 (after a work of 1916). Celluloid and metal, 24 1/2 x 19 1/4 x 14"
Wrap up the weekend with a string quartet in our Sculpture Garden. Join us for Summergarden tonight at 8 pm. Free!
See artist Maira Kalman at work (, then check out her MoMA book (
Giorgio Morandi, born this day in 1890, was heavily influenced by Cézanne.
Spend Sunday evening with a string quartet in our Sculpture Garden. Summergarden is free!
Design for the criminal justice system: protection, humiliation, or both? @desviolenz blog:
Degas was born today in 1834. His friend, artist Mary Cassatt, modeled for this painting.
Don't waste a moment of this beautiful weekend in NYC! Enjoy private exhibition access during Member Early Hours!
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7/23: Explore our Sigmar Polke retrospective with a conservator, a magician, & other guests.
Futurist Giacomo Balla was born today in 1871. Birds in flight inspired this painting.
Native & indigenous films continue this weekend with "On the Ice," "Miss Navajo," & more.
Weekend forecast: "The Big Heat." Our "Lady in the Dark" film noir series continues.
Pablo Picasso. Interior with a Girl Drawing. 1935. Oil on canvas, 51 1/4 x 6' 4 5/8"
The weather is perfect for @exhexband tonight in the Sculpture Garden! Arrive early. Free with admission.
Monday: Conceptual artist Adam Pendleton talks to @PerformaNYC curator Adrienne Edwards.
Lyonel Feininger, born today in 1871, was an early member of the Bauhaus and a comics pioneer.
Snacks, drinks, and rock 'n' roll. @exhexband plays MoMA Nights tomorrow. Free w/ admission!
This week: Native American short films, the features "Samson & Delilah" & "Smoke Signals."
Luckily we won't need one of these for a few months: Marcel Duchamp. In Advance of the Broken Arm. 1964 (fourth version, after lost original of 1915). Wood and galvanized-iron snow shovel
The Australian hit "Bran Nue Dae" screens today & Sunday as part of our Native film series.
Final weeks to see "Alibis: Sigmar Polke." @NewYorker calls it "wondrous" and "important."
"Barry Lyndon" (allegedly Martin Scorsese’s favorite Kubrick film) screens Weds-Fri.