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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
Can art instigate change? Discuss big questions in our Agora series Wednesdays in July. bit.ly/1GXBzbL pic.twitter.com/xZs6ibmIgB
Can art instigate change? Discuss big questions in our Agora series Wednesdays in July. See a schedule and topics at the link in our profile. [Agora, July 2014. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon]
We're open late Thursdays all summer! MoMA Nights starts 7/2 w/ Elena Ayodele Pinderhughes. bit.ly/1JvdBbv pic.twitter.com/AkN6w7eWmI
Explore Jacob Lawrence's bold, political Migration Series in depth. #CharlestonSyllabus bit.ly/1BVfifv pic.twitter.com/prNj5mFBjM
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
Become a MoMA member by midnight tonight and use code SUMR4 to receive 4 additional months of membership free. Benefits include exhibition previews, members-only hours, $5 guest passes, free film tickets, store discounts, and more. Visit the link in our profile to join.
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
This week at MoMA: #MoMAGarden music w/ MoMA Nights & Summergarden, @MoMAFilm 3-D, and more. bit.ly/1Klg0UL pic.twitter.com/p1GOBb4wxg
On Friday, the day of the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on same-sex marriage, MoMA curator Paola Antonelli installed Gilbert Baker's Rainbow Flag in the contemporary design galleries on Floor 3. The flag entered MoMA's design collection just last week. Read the story behind this iconic design at t
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
The story behind the rainbow flag that everyone is waving this weekend: slate.me/1TTIbyH pic.twitter.com/G90dW6HKOk
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Now on view: "Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture" explores how artists have used the house as a means to explore universal topics, and how architects have tackled the design of residences to expand their discipline in new ways. Intriguing house designs—ranging from historical proje
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
Now on view: "Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture." bit.ly/1RGKKQu pic.twitter.com/BbTxi5yXWb
Now on view: "Zoe Leonard: Analogue," a photo project a decade in the making. #ZoeLeonardMoMA bit.ly/1CARUyN pic.twitter.com/g56oZLQqP1
Want 4 extra months of MoMA membership for free? Join by midnight on 6/30 & use code SUMR4. bit.ly/1NnpC0r pic.twitter.com/oXzopZqVPa
Can art instigate change? Discuss big questions in our Agora series Wednesdays in July. bit.ly/1Iit8tL pic.twitter.com/slyjmva93F
A conversation with Gilbert Baker, the artist who designed the Rainbow Flag, over at MoMA: moma.org/explore/inside… pic.twitter.com/DUEVbOI2hx
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Curator Paola Antonelli installing Gilbert Baker's Rainbow Flag in the contemporary design galleries today. The flag entered MoMA's design collection just last week. Read the story of how it was created at the link in our profile. [Gilbert Baker. Rainbow Flag. 1978. The Museum of Modern Art, New Yor
Gilbert Baker's Rainbow Flag, part of MoMA's design collection, being installed. #LoveWins bit.ly/1JnP9J6 pic.twitter.com/dUyytYcZCQ
See Pierre Huyghe's "Untilled,” featuring a live bee colony, in MoMA's Sculpture Garden through mid-August. #🐝#MoMAGarden [Pierre Huyghe. ”Untilled (Liegender Frauenakt) [Reclining female nude].” 2012. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Pierre Huyghe]
See Pierre Huyghe's "Untilled,” feat. a live bee colony, in #MoMAGarden through mid-August. bit.ly/1Hl2krU pic.twitter.com/EdiFSlV3qg




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