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"A lot of people take pictures of NY's ever-changing neighborhoods. Zoe Leonard took 12,000." on.wsj.com/1Rha3xF pic.twitter.com/rYdBVzDNIN
"MoMA’s series represents what, in the digital era, is an increasingly rare opportunity to see these films on celluloid, in an approximation of how they originally looked," says @nytimes of the current MoMA Film series "Glorious Technicolor." (Read the full review at the link in our profile.) Screen
"An increasingly rare opportunity to see these films on celluloid" - @nytimes #TechnicolorMoMA nyti.ms/1dI4WEk pic.twitter.com/7gLclX5S6t
Zoe Leonard’s photographic project "Analogue" (on view through August 30, 2015) documents the eclipsed texture of 20th-century urban life as seen in vanishing mom-and-pop stores and the simultaneous emergence of the global rag trade. Leonard took her own New York neighborhood, Manhattan’s Lower East
Frida Kahlo was born today in 1907. This work, "Fulang-Chang and I," was included in her first major exhibition in New York in 1938. She later gave the painting to her close friend Mary Sklar, attaching a mirror to it so that, if Sklar chose, the two friends could be together. This work is currently
"I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality." – Frida Kahlo, born today in 1907. bit.ly/1HHO8vj pic.twitter.com/pOytoXNQxb
Free live music tonight: End the holiday weekend on the right note with an evening in the MoMA Sculpture Garden. Our annual Summergarden series is back every Sunday in July! [The New Juilliard Ensemble String Quartet, Summergarden 2012. Photo Ted Sullivan] #MoMAGarden
Free tonight: End the holiday weekend on the right note with jazz in the Sculpture Garden. bit.ly/1HFAzdU pic.twitter.com/8PsbXiWZF4
Zoe Leonard’s photographic project "Analogue" (on view through August 30, 2015) documents the eclipsed texture of 20th-century urban life as seen in vanishing mom-and-pop stores and the simultaneous emergence of the global rag trade. Leonard took her own New York neighborhood, Manhattan’s Lower East
Happy 75th birthday to Chuck Close, known for his photorealistic paintings. Early in his career Close photographed black-and-white portraits and reproduced them in large scale on canvas. This work is a reinterpretation of one of those paintings featuring Close's friend, the composer Philip Glass. Th
Happy 75th birthday to Chuck Close, known for his photorealistic paintings. bit.ly/1CdMOO8 pic.twitter.com/XqOaPJfPpb
Who wants seconds? We'll save you one of Claes Oldenburg's "Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything." [Claes Oldenburg. "Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers)." 1962. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Claes Oldenburg] #July4 #July4th #4thofJuly #IndependenceDay #FourthofJuly #🍔 #
Who wants seconds? We'll save you one of Claes Oldenburg's "Two Cheeseburgers." bit.ly/1JFPhnx #4thofJuly pic.twitter.com/RE2qUCV45C
Happy Fourth of July! Celebrate with Fernand Léger's "Study for Cinematic Mural" featuring Lady Liberty. [Fernand Léger. "Study for Cinematic Mural, Study II." (1938-39). The Museum of Modern Art, New York, © 2015 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris] #july4th #fourthofjuly #4thofju
Zoe Leonard’s photographic project "Analogue" (on view through August 30, 2015) documents the eclipsed texture of 20th-century urban life as seen in vanishing mom-and-pop stores and the simultaneous emergence of the global rag trade. Leonard took her own New York neighborhood, Manhattan’s Lower East
Celebrate #4thofJuly with Fernand Léger's "Study for Cinematic Mural" featuring Lady Liberty. bit.ly/1esndGj pic.twitter.com/eHl1HsVsK7
Zoe Leonard’s photographic project "Analogue" (on view through August 30, 2015) documents the eclipsed texture of 20th-century urban life as seen in vanishing mom-and-pop stores and the simultaneous emergence of the global rag trade. Leonard took her own New York neighborhood, Manhattan’s Lower East
We're open 4th of July weekend (if you can tear yourself away from the beach). #4thofJuly #July4 [Umbo (Otto Umbehr). "Six at the Beach." 1930. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Umbo / Gallery Kicken Berlin / Phyllis Umbehr / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn]
We're open #4thofJuly weekend (if you can tear yourself away from the beach). bit.ly/1LZ9AcZ pic.twitter.com/PuPX7cg3Z8
MoMA Nights kicks off for the summer with Elena Ayodele Pinderhughes and her ensemble. Every Thursday in July and August the museum is open late, with live music and refreshments in the Sculpture Garden. July's acts are presented in conjunction with "One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series
MoMA Nights kicks off for the summer with Elena Pinderhughes and her ensemble. #MoMAGarden bit.ly/1f6yj4K pic.twitter.com/ASVfssoCEY
To celebrate the exhibition “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971," we’ll be sharing pages from “Grapefruit,” @YokoOnoOfficial's influential book of instructions, on a regular basis. Ono first presented instruction-based artwork during her Chambers Street Loft Series in 1960–61. In the years that fol
See how (and why) we transported a live bee colony to the MoMA Sculpture Garden. bit.ly/1R7Vk8n pic.twitter.com/uYDga44Ca6




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