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Museum of Modern Art
Matisse's cut-outs were first shown at MoMA in 1951. Next week, they'll be back! bit.ly/YU2iUx #MoMAMatisse pic.twitter.com/jEUxcIKTJJ
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MoMA Online Courses start today! Read what it's like to take one of courses from a student's perspective ow.ly/CayHE
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Ann Sheridan, Back on the Big Screen, One-Ups Cagney and Bogart villagevoice.com/2014-10-01/fil… via @villagevoice Great piece by Graham Fuller.
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"Acteurism," @MoMAFilm's new series celebrating remarkable actors, begins with Ann Sheridan. bit.ly/Zsv9Ao pic.twitter.com/UYuKO4rAQX
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10/4: Bill Morrison's archival film footage meets DJ Olive's improvised soundtrack. Open bar! bit.ly/YNSImi pic.twitter.com/UrFt53ccjq
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Robert Mangold. 1/2 W Series. 1968. Synthetic polymer pain on composition board, in two parts, overall 48 1/4" x 8' 1/2"
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Robert Gober is "one of the best American artists of the last 30 years." -@NYMag vult.re/ZrFaOl #Gober pic.twitter.com/231AsjVBGf
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Matisse is less than two weeks away! Do you have your timed tickets yet? bit.ly/1poSkkY #MoMAMatisse pic.twitter.com/PmsRoWd5I1
Posters and flyers for The Clash, The Cramps, Buzzcocks, and more adorn the "Punk to Postmodernism" wall in the Architecture and Design Galleries.
"Robert Gober: The Heart Is Not a Metaphor" opens 10/4. Follow this morning's press preview at @MoMA_Live. #Gober pic.twitter.com/blnSG9cQyV
Attention, artsy teens! Apply for our free online course, produced by @MoMAteens alums. bit.ly/Zlehvp pic.twitter.com/u4QQcStHRG
Saturday: watch filmmaker Bill Morrison & DJ Olive improvise a film soundtrack live. bit.ly/1u6lFGk pic.twitter.com/oGAutHNAfx
This week at MoMA: Robert Gober opens, new fall family programs, @decasia in person, & more. bit.ly/1uW1uJi pic.twitter.com/Dpd7AOvwd7
Alan Shields. G.U.—G.U. Well. 1969–70. Synthetic polymer paint and thread on unstretched canvas
This Kara Walker-inspired silhouette artwork was the result of a workshop with dads in a parenting program. tmblr.co/Z4gl0x1RtYHEF
Make your visit to MoMA a family affair. Register for fall workshops, tours, and events: bit.ly/1yvCU81 pic.twitter.com/BX2rtG7I8e
Tonight's performance of Charles Gaines' "Manifestos 2" has just concluded. Follow the Q&A at @MoMA_Live. pic.twitter.com/FOWAmnO9oY
The early bird gets private access. Member Early Hours take place 9:30-10:30 am daily. bit.ly/1t4txny pic.twitter.com/FTDZiBz2W5
Final days to see "Sites of Reason: Recent Acquisitions" and "Ray Johnson Designs." bit.ly/1yuQSqP pic.twitter.com/OaIhFw9olc
The New York Times previews "Cut to Swipe," featuring 30+ years of media art. Opens 10/11! nyti.ms/1vnGD30 pic.twitter.com/mxkXYtVQMd
The annual @printedmatterinc New York Art Book Fair is this weekend at @momaps1. Browse artists' books, catalogs, and zines from over 350 vendors. Pictured here, MoMA collection artist @lil_tau_au of @diagonal_press. #NYABF
Hitting up the @PRINTED_MATTER #NYABF this weekend? Read these tips & picks from vendors. bit.ly/1vnH8tY pic.twitter.com/wGeYPMT9uE
Robert Gober's retrospective is "one of the season’s most eagerly anticipated exhibitions." nyti.ms/1pwevF5 pic.twitter.com/1GEapUTRFz
Can malware ever be used for good, not evil? @manovich examines Stuxnet for @desviolenz. bit.ly/1t0ntfK pic.twitter.com/IgBAbIhBd3
"Robert Gober: The Heart Is Not a Metaphor" opens October 4. Here's a sneak peek at the installation in progress.
Mark Rothko, born today in 1903, saw art as "an adventure into an unknown world." bit.ly/1vkGXyB pic.twitter.com/l7jGOrVJrN
Filmmaker Bill Morrison (@decasia) creates new work using decaying archival footage. Preview his @MoMAFilm series: bit.ly/1yrfrVu
NYC public school teachers: enjoy 2-for-1 admission with your @UFT card through September 30! bit.ly/1wLLD1r pic.twitter.com/mdC4zvd1m2
Apple-picking season is upon us! Paul Cézanne. Still Life with Apples. 1895–98. Oil on canvas, 27 x 36 1/2"
Creative block? Learn how MoMA collection artists kept ideas flowing in a new fall course. bit.ly/1yqXYg8 pic.twitter.com/7FhtITWZRR
Next Monday: one-night-only screening of French Resistance film "Silence of the Sea." bit.ly/1vbNTyS pic.twitter.com/RcUJqISwbI
Follow tonight's opening night festivities for @MoMAFilm's "Discovering Georgian Cinema" series over at @MoMA_Live.
Our Robert Gober exhibition opens 10/4. Here's a look at the installation in progress. bit.ly/1uW3F1q ow.ly/i/6Z8su
This summer's Young Architect's Program installation won @HolcimAwards for sustainability. bit.ly/1wK52Qd pic.twitter.com/jSHXmn7AKx
Shirana Shahbazi. [Bird-08-2009]. 2009. Chromogenic color print, 35 7/16 x 27 9/16"
Our Georgian Cinema series starts tonight. "Exotic... fiercely beautiful." (@nytimes) nyti.ms/1CapWuW pic.twitter.com/AvSCywyl7O
The largest-ever retrospective of Georgian cinema in the US opens tomorrow night at MoMA. bit.ly/ZD3FYM pic.twitter.com/SAeiC8wsB5
.@MuseumModernArt's instagram post on community show (Re)present features #UPNEXT's #KaraWalker inspired work: bit.ly/1uT0RlM
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an amazing story about a rediscovered 100-year old film, by @feenyt nyti.ms/XDsZMI
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NYT: Coming Soon, a Century Late: A Black Film Gem nyti.ms/XBUXIv Congrats to Ron Magliozzi of @MoMAFilm for this historic find.
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Happy first day of fall (the start of apple season). Perfect apples by Christopher Williams. bit.ly/1uSEtJa pic.twitter.com/JRWwS3ksov
A bucolic scene to take the sting out of the first official day of autumn: Gerhard Richter. Meadowland. 1985. Oil on canvas, 35 5/8 x 37 1/2"
Happy birthday to Maurizio Cattelan, an artist known for his biting sense of humor. bit.ly/1r88oLd pic.twitter.com/ftRcFk0r06
.@MoMAFilm curators have discovered the earliest footage of a feature film with a black cast. nyti.ms/1seBRGR pic.twitter.com/BttLFvwSb3
Our WWI film series concludes this weekend w/ "Lawrence of Arabia" & "Two Arabian Knights." bit.ly/1mmt1o1 pic.twitter.com/mqoGrzRiFM
"(Re)present," an exhibition of artwork created as part of MoMA community programs, is now on view in The Cullman Education and Research Building. This Kara Walker-inspired silhouette artwork was the result of a workshop with fathers participating in UPNEXT, a parenting program of the Midtown Commun