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Museum of Modern Art
Families: Join us for Story Time this Fri. feat. MoMA's new children's book on Jacob Lawrence. bit.ly/1QaMjWa pic.twitter.com/MfX48VDBJg
This week at MoMA: "Scorsese Collects" opens, a film on poet Elizabeth Bishop screens, & more. bit.ly/1dvNN1z pic.twitter.com/7YLFXlr5m1
MoMA's first website launched 20 years ago today! Our web presence began with two HTML exhibition sites for the "Mutant Materials" and "Video Spaces" exhibitions in 1995. Since then, the museum has created over 200 exhibition sites, which we're working to digitally preserve. Learn more about our web
MoMA's first website launched 20 years ago today! Learn about our web archiving efforts. bit.ly/1AtEiKa pic.twitter.com/vFZPFZkNoZ
"I hoped that I'd make pictures and people would say, 'but they were real people that went to war and died.'" In honor of #MemorialDay, view Judith Joy Ross' photo series of visitors to the Vietnam Memorial at the link in our profile. [Judith Joy Ross. "Untitled," from "Portraits at the Vietnam Vete
In honor of #MemorialDay, Judith Joy Ross' photo series of visitors to the Vietnam Memorial. bit.ly/1PHCMLo pic.twitter.com/niKBGuxmmt
"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