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Museum of Modern Art
Our fall classes are now open for registration! Classes on #Matisse, printmaking, painting, photography & more: bit.ly/1tY2Btz
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This week at MoMA: Trajal Harrell performs "The Practice," last week for #RobertHeinecken, & final #WarmUp @MoMAPS1: bit.ly/1vK8Weo
Bootleggers. Cheating husbands. Crooked politicians. "Hat Check Girl" screens this week. bit.ly/1nPjlND pic.twitter.com/cVEvBPMKmu
Final day! "Jasper Johns: Regrets" explores the artist's process, from sketch to painting. bit.ly/1qvV4zM pic.twitter.com/l7QIBYqgo7
In honor of Labor Day, a powerful image by photographer Dorothea Lange. bit.ly/1ovR3XT pic.twitter.com/waD1otWqlE
See how a damaged photo of Lucian Freud led to Jasper Johns' latest work. Ends tomorrow! bit.ly/1qgx9p4 pic.twitter.com/6M4Idf1ZTn
Olafur Eliasson recreated a rock-strewn creek inside a museum, and it looks pretty darn cool. wired.com/2014/08/an-art… pic.twitter.com/uFuNix31If
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From Robert Gober to Henri Matisse, @NYMag previews upcoming fall exhibitions at MoMA. vult.re/1nMYDOu pic.twitter.com/nFKjCodkh5
Toulouse-Lautrec's first poster was a commission for the Moulin Rouge. See his work in person. bit.ly/1qbFquE pic.twitter.com/8ftW86av0c
Sept 4 & 5: Voguing meets traditional Japanese butoh in Trajal Harrell's new work. bit.ly/1qNNttT pic.twitter.com/5P9wKA9beZ
Born today in 1883, Theo van Doesburg founded journal De Stijl to promote the artistic style. bit.ly/1osFXD7 pic.twitter.com/okIXD8MN6O
Our WWI film series continues this weekend w/ silent films w/ live musical accompaniment. bit.ly/1wObk5k pic.twitter.com/KfX1gUTye4
Our "Lens on Tibet" film series continues with a rare portrait of Tibetan Muslims & more. bit.ly/1C9iFMZ pic.twitter.com/erS4fIr0IN
Fred Sandback, born today in 1943, used linear outlines (here, w/ yarn) to create sculpture. bit.ly/1tRZjXK pic.twitter.com/oOe8tN1QmJ
Sept 27: Artist Charles Gaines converts famous speeches by Malcolm X and others into music. bit.ly/VTAC0y pic.twitter.com/4SrGIyfoy4
The ethics of the anti-pirate water cannon, this week on the Design & Violence blog. bit.ly/1mZ4HmX pic.twitter.com/s1mQDk5VbS
Next week: See the pre-Code comedy "Hat Check Girl" in a newly-restored 35mm print. bit.ly/1q8aStw pic.twitter.com/OLAEPzzUDX
Tonight: Final MoMA Nights of the summer with @widowspeaking. @villagevoice says "not to be missed." bit.ly/1vpZz3f
A welcoming sight at the ticket desk: Peter Doig. House of Flowers (see you there). 2007–09. Oil on canvas, 118 x 78 3/4"
"Robert Heinecken: Object Matter" closes 9/7 (and contains selfie-applicable posing tips). bit.ly/1zED6x9 pic.twitter.com/RQPANN7URh
Man Ray, born today in 1890, described his photographic technique as "painting with light." bit.ly/YXlotD pic.twitter.com/oqBdifCzkc
Ends 9/1: "Jasper Johns: Regrets" exposes the process behind the artist's latest work. bit.ly/1qKJEW8 pic.twitter.com/IgQvKxtcwK
Sept 4 & 5: Choreographer Trajal Harrell's new work draws connections between voguing & butoh. bit.ly/1tFVWTV pic.twitter.com/mNkd8jcKBT
This week: see WWI films by iconic directors Ernst Lubitsch, John Ford, and Cecil B. DeMille. bit.ly/1rxxRRv pic.twitter.com/GoiD0Whvy0
Meet rural nuns, a traveling storyteller, and a herder in this week's "Lens on Tibet" films. bit.ly/1q1QxpW pic.twitter.com/aWhmjxmsxu
"You didn't like the plexiglass sculpture either?" "Manhattan" screens Wed-Fri. bit.ly/1vL3GV5 pic.twitter.com/pmFcptja5R
Born today in 1910, painter Dorothea Tanning called sunflowers "most aggressive of flowers." bit.ly/1tMLskI pic.twitter.com/rzqRPCdya4
Seeing the real thing with Gabi at @MuseumModernArt. Looks just like the postcards but bumpier. #StarryNight pic.twitter.com/Y4kgPLJAgc
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New window displays are in at the MoMA Stores. Another sign that fall is truly right around the corner.
time to hand the instagram back over to @themuseumofmodernart! thanks for following along with me this week - i really enjoyed it, and hope you did too. now off to my next adventure! #insidemoma #thatairportlife -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
i've been working on #sprzny, #moma's collab with @uniqloUSA, for about a year and it's always a thrill when I see people on the street in our ts! we're already working on spring 2015 but here's a sneak peek at what's coming this fall. one word: puffers!!! clockwise from top left: #yayoikusama #keit
here's another #instagramdebut: a detail of a 1943 koshiro onchi woodcut. it's relatively new to the collection but i couldn't wait to share! #madeinjapan #insectvision - Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Final weekend of "Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art," the artist's first US retrospective. bit.ly/1sfvG0r pic.twitter.com/8RPEjEqKN4
don't forget to look up! this 1963 james #rosenquist is hanging from the ceiling in the p&s galleries #artiseverywhere -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
"Lens on Tibet" @MoMAFilm series continues today with two filmmaker Q&As. bit.ly/1p2JyI6 pic.twitter.com/IJWj1K992e
Last chance to see "Jasper Johns: Regrets," featuring his most recent work. Closes 9/1. bit.ly/1tvwgZY pic.twitter.com/y43VR4bU73
here's a little #tgif treat from collection storage: a detail of warja lavater's book snow white, with the story told entirely in abstract symbols (she's the pink and black dot). to my knowledge, never on public view here at #moma #fromthevaults #instagramdebut -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Sun & Mon: see "The Tramp at War," Charlie Chaplin's war films, as part of our WWI series. bit.ly/XG7lbw pic.twitter.com/b2pWB1r3c0
Those in New York should catch Jocelyn Ford's premiere of her #Tibet documentary, "Nowhere to Call Home" at MOMA: bit.ly/1pmrI82
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we take turns with the Lautrec learning lounge postcards: collect, select, photograph, post! #fridays it's my turn and i love seeing what people submit. you can check them out at tagboard.com by searching #MoMALautrec -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson was born today in 1908. Here, he captures Henri Matisse. bit.ly/1pRmD7D pic.twitter.com/pdr3ZbwK08
Director of "Silent Holy Stones" Pema Tseden joins us tonight for a post-screening Q&A: bit.ly/XFqYAu pic.twitter.com/WQUr4zktDv
way back in the day, my first project at #moma was researching our print archive of #louisebourgeois, who is for me one of the twentieth century's key artists. here's her landmark sculpture quarantania at the entrance to the 4th floor galleries. -Sarah (@suzukiinthecity)
"Precious Caterpillar" "is one of those documentaries that leave you wondering how cameras could have been present." nyti.ms/1AE2h5h
Thanks for the shout-out in @O_Magazine, @Lavernecox! Hope to see you at MoMA soon. #OITNB pic.twitter.com/6U0FBRK2lR
Last chance! "Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art" closes this Sunday. bit.ly/1pWnjZ0 pic.twitter.com/uhRWvX8HMs