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Museum of Modern Art
Artists Bob and Roberta Smith invite you to throw art away at @momaps1 as part of their upcoming exhibition "Art Amnesty." Come by today! [Bob and Roberta Smith. "Artists Ruin it For Everyone." 2002. Acrylic on fabric, 74 x 67.5 inches. Image courtesy the artist and Pierogi]
.@BobandRoberta want you to throw art away as part of their @MoMAPS1 "Art Amnesty" exhibition. bit.ly/1plcflj pic.twitter.com/f4tYSDI2Ga
Artist Gugliermo Cavellini wrote himself into art history w/ this sticker. Read the backstory: bit.ly/1uoUKSx pic.twitter.com/s5FWmyE5ga
Umberto Boccioni, who sought to infuse art with dynamism and energy, was born today in 1882. bit.ly/1CFY4x7 pic.twitter.com/t0nKE6LTUN
Looking ahead to @MoMAFilm series To Save and Project—some terrific discoveries and rediscoveries: newyorker.com/magazine/2014/…
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With Matisse's best work, Peter Schjeldahl writes, “enjoyment sputters into awe.” On a @MuseumModernArt exhibition: nyr.kr/1u1Tqoy
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Tomorrow at @MoMAPS1: "Sound / Source," a day-long exploration of electroacoustic music. bit.ly/1zg7LGc pic.twitter.com/ApSqHit2PX
Childhood stories, war, & nature blend in the film "The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga." bit.ly/1yMOvz0 pic.twitter.com/NqYCrhW66P
Now on view: "Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground" explores Dubuffet's rebellious nature. bit.ly/1oglgB6 pic.twitter.com/lxxW9MXD9i
The curators of Bill Morrison's @MoMAFilm retrospective share how it all came together. bit.ly/1rk6OCV pic.twitter.com/BgMBhgzjX0
Bill Morrison is "one of our premier screen historians," (@Artforum). New @MoMAFilm series! bit.ly/1sRHcCq pic.twitter.com/fEOUoooGG8
Richard Tuttle. New Mexico, New York, D, #13. 1998. Synthetic polymer paint on plywood, 21 1/8 x 28". Emily and Jerry Spiegel and Emily Rauh Pulitzer Funds. © 2014 Richard Tuttle
Next week: Footage from a newly-discovered unreleased 1913 film w/ a black cast goes on view. bit.ly/1swDzjU pic.twitter.com/t3Cl4ErtRF
MoMA After Hours: Toulouse Lautrec's Nightlife is underway, and participants are enjoying a special, themed cocktail designed by The Modern. This drink, the Belle Époque, is just one of the era-appropriate elements of this evening program, which started with a trip to the galleries and Lautrec-inspi
10/17: Bill Morrison's recent video work covers subjects ranging from his cat to Al Capone. bit.ly/1we4nI8 pic.twitter.com/zx3HB7vtuK
The new MAN Podcast spotlights Matisse's cut-outs @MuseumModernArt with MoMA's Jodi Hauptman, @WUSTL's John Klein: bit.ly/1F5V5SF
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Members enjoy 20% off at the MoMA Store now through October 20. Matisse goodies are in stock! bit.ly/1qDYNJB pic.twitter.com/Fr5aYuX3cT
10/30: @MoMApoprally presents a party performance by Hood by Air. Tickets on sale now! #HBA bit.ly/1rAtXAL pic.twitter.com/2nAlBJCrWS
MoMA PopRally alert! On 10/30 PopRally presents "Id," a party performance and installation by @hoodbyair. Tickets are on sale now! #HBA #MoMAPopRally
Intern at MoMA this spring! Applications are due Oct. 20. The program starts Jan. 27. bit.ly/ZEKAVK pic.twitter.com/hhjWUkYtAK
"A Slavic Tone Poem, via Hansel and Gretel" - @nytimes on "The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga," now on view. nyti.ms/1sK8z14
"Go to MoMA every Sunday. Read the New York Times. Go to old black and white movies." George Lois' advice for kids: bit.ly/11oyzVv
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10/20: Join filmmaker Bill Morrison for an evening discussion of his work. bit.ly/1xToDhE pic.twitter.com/RcvutgoyLc
10/25: Celebrate Picasso's birthday with a private after-hours tour and reception. bit.ly/1nlWleA pic.twitter.com/Ni0txmBPxN
Kazimir Malevich. Woman with Pails: Dynamic Arrangement. 1912–13. Oil on canvas, 31 5/8 x 31 5/8". 1935 acquisition confirmed in 1999 by agreement with estate of Kazimir Malevich and made possible with funds from the Mrs. John Hay Whitney Bequest (by exchange)
From "MASH" to music videos, @MoMAFilm's Robert Altman retrospective will cover it all. nyti.ms/1w6ShAs pic.twitter.com/AXJB5raqZF
This week: See Ann Sheridan opposite Ronald Reagan in "Juke Girl" (1941). bit.ly/ZY4lbx pic.twitter.com/QGtU99chQq
"'Matisse: The Cut-Outs' will give you as much aesthetic pleasure as you can stand and then some." - @NewYorker nyr.kr/1u18AdB
Oct. 15-21: Documentary-fable hybrid "The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga" screens. bit.ly/1w6ejn1 pic.twitter.com/rIb6QbuFzE
This week at MoMA: Jean Dubuffet opens, Bill Morrison's film series begins, and more. bit.ly/1sx4jC3 pic.twitter.com/djeWaEy45J
Planning to see "Matisse: The Cut-Outs?" Download our iPhone app, feat. #MoMAMatisse audio guides for kids & adults. bit.ly/1z4clXO
Tomorrow: Bill Morrison's @MoMAFilm series kicks off w/ a live jazz score by Dave Douglas & Keystone. bit.ly/1Cd9iJc
"Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" is on view now! Timed tickets are required for non-members and are already selling out, so plan your visit in advance. #MoMAMatisse [Installation view of "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" at The Museum of Modern Art, New York (October 12, 2014-February 8, 2015). Photo by Jo
"Matisse: The Cut-Outs" is on view now! Timed tickets required for non-members: bit.ly/1EL6gA7 #MoMAMatisse pic.twitter.com/iQ4vvme1lp
New acquisition: Lari Pittman explores what a contemporary "history painting" might look like. bit.ly/1qc7Pgy pic.twitter.com/0fw49ya4nd
Now at @MoMAPS1: "Retrospective," an interactive work by artist & choreographer Xavier Le Roy. bit.ly/ZkghTK pic.twitter.com/HuhZdOA7iK
Next Sat: a special tween tour of "Robert Gober: The Heart Is Not a Metaphor" for ages 11-14. bit.ly/1sxYLYi pic.twitter.com/xob0o1Ys4M
"Cut to Swipe," an exhibition tracing the evolution of media art through the museum's recent acquisitions, opens today. #cuttoswipe
"Cut to Swipe," an exhibition tracing the evolution of media art, opens today. bit.ly/1s52Z82 pic.twitter.com/mnGjs40wOu
How well do you know your MoMA? Try to identify these works from MoMA's collection. bit.ly/ZTId22 pic.twitter.com/CRwOuUyXmZ
"Iris Barry: The Secret Heroine of the Cinema" by @tnyfrontrow via @NewYorker. Screening tonight! nyr.kr/1vXCKTF
Iris Barry, secret heroine of the cinema: a talk w/her biographer Robert Sitton @MoMAFilm 7PM (+They Live by Night) newyorker.com/culture/richar…
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Tuesday: Bill Morrison & Dave Douglas pair footage of an Antarctic expedition w/ live jazz. bit.ly/1C2kb0u pic.twitter.com/7BSHlNzreA
Sat.: "Repentance," a parody film about a dictator in the vein of Stalin, Hitler, & Mussolini. bit.ly/1vXqYZp pic.twitter.com/tG6LTWo41X
Tonight: @MoMAFilm screens Nicholas Ray's "They Live by Night" in honor of founding curator Iris Barry. bit.ly/1C1OHYh
Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder. Join us for Toulouse-Lautrec after-hours 10/16 & 10/22. bit.ly/1tKGGCy pic.twitter.com/zhKdTEh1hj
Alberto Giacometti was born today in 1901. What do you imagine "Man Pointing" is gesturing at? bit.ly/1yWzUC3 pic.twitter.com/dZrxX1GooZ