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Why did Brancusi's "Bird in Space" cause a heated legal battle? Our blog has the story.
Artist Christopher Williams leads a tour through his upcoming MoMA retrospective 'Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness.' The exhibition opens to the public on Sunday, July 27.
Tonight: Christopher Williams presents films from MoMA's collection on the theme of "Economy."
It's another Sculpture Garden kind of day in NYC: Jacques Lipchitz. Figure. 1926–30. Bronze, 7' 1 1/2" x 38 5/8"
.@MoMApoprally had a blast last night exploring our Sigmar Polke retrospective! @hyperallergic has some great pics:
Tiger Morse, the disco ball-obsessed Warhol star who lit up the fashion world. New blog post:
Tonight, Christopher Williams presents a selection of films from MoMA's collection on the theme of "Entertainment."
Ever have one of those days when you feel like you've been thrown to the dogs? Rufino Tamayo. Animals. 1941. Oil on canvas, 30 1/8 x 40"
Thao of @Thaogetstaydown performs in the Sculpture Garden this evening as part of MoMA Nights.
Happy birthday to Alex Katz! His wife Ada has been one of his subjects for over 50 years.
In conjunction w/ his retrospective, Christopher Williams selected films from our collection.
Tonight is interactive Polke event at @MuseumModernArt …if you’re into psychedelic shamanism & magic…this is for you:…
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Another variation on our recent color-block theme: Georges Vantongerloo. Composition II, Indigo Violet Derived from Equilateral Triangle. 1921. Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard, 13 x 14 3/4"
Never seen "Taxi Driver?" We won't tell. Catch it on the big screen today through Friday.
Our Christopher Williams exhibition opens Sunday, but member previews begin today!
Thursday: @Thaogetstaydown brings her rollicking sound to MoMA Nights in the Sculpture Garden.
You can currently see 'The Spider' at @Tate_StIves RT @MuseumModernArt: Alexander Calder was born today in 1898
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Edward Hopper was born today in 1882. What do you think the usher in the painting is thinking?
Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Sartre described his mobiles as "lyrical invention."
Because you demanded it, here's another dose of Mondrian: Piet Mondrian. Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow. 1937–42. Oil on canvas, 23 3/4 x 21 7/8"
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"