🍣 Jiro Dreams of Sushi: In the underground tunnels of a Tokyo subway station, Jiro Ono, proprietor of the 10-seat, three-Michelin-star Sukiyabashi Jiro, orchestrates a beyond-obsessive sushi-making operation.3
⚖️ RGB: This celebratory portrait of then eighty-five-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (who died in 2020) examines the change RBG affected for American women, court case by court case, since the 1970s.
Dinner and a movie? Celebrate 20 years of Magnolia Pictures!
With a library of over 500 titles @MagnoliaPics has supported some of the most significant (and interesting) films of this century. Watch a selection of 22 films online and in our theaters: mo.ma/3Az8lkp
In a new Artful Practices for Well-Being audio guide Christopher Bailey, Arts and Health Lead at the @WHO, reflects on his history with Monet’s “Water Lilies” as he wrestled with new ways of experiencing the world after vision loss. mo.ma/2VXVqcC
Join artist #AdamPendleton for the premiere of his most recent film, “So We Moved: A Portrait of Jack Halberstam,” followed by a conversation between Pendleton and the subject of the film.
Live stream on 9/27 at 7pm. Learn more: mo.ma/3EJIx7J
Author Lynne Tillman and gender theorist Jack Halberstam discuss the role of writing, bewilderment, and wildness in their work and life for #WhoIsQueen? Dialogues, a new podcast of monthly conversations organized by #AdamPendleton.
Through art we can connect to hidden parts of ourselves, to other people and to the world around us. Art has energy that can help shift our perspectives, understand things with more clarity, and open ourselves up.
“The design aims to rediscover and highlight the city’s cultural roots”
Architect Zhu Pei discusses the unique culture in Jingdezhen, China's "porcelain capital," and how the Imperial Kiln Museum references the city’s history through design.
We'll take two with everything, please!
Feast your eyes Claes Oldenburg's (inedible) cheeseburgers in our fourth floor galleries for #NationalCheeseburgerDay.
Claes Oldenburg. “Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers).” 1962.
On view now—explore #WhoIsQueen?, Adam Pendleton’s total work of art for the 21st century.
This monumental floor-to-ceiling installation of spatial collage of text, image, and sound explores Blackness, abstraction, and the avant-garde. mo.ma/whoisqueen
Photo: Andy Romer
Two decades’ worth of private photographs provoke unanswerable questions.
Hannah Morse looks at a selection of untitled photo booth images from c. 1938–60 and reflects on the transporting effect of glimpsing others’ private moments for our latest #UNIQLOArtSpeaks.
Last chance! Just one week left to see “Cézanne Drawing.”
Explore how drawing shaped Paul #Cézanne’s transformative modern vision through Saturday, September 25. #MoMAMembers get a last look at the exhibition on Sunday, September 26.
Learn more at mo.ma/cezanne
Garcia Torres conducted research virtually from Mexico and the US, and later from Kabul—where he retraced Boetti’s steps, charting his own path between historical reconstruction and fiction.
Stream "Have you ever seen the snow?" through Sept 25: mo.ma/3tK3hae
Mario Garcia Torres was obsessed with a single spot in the city of Kabul for 7 years—the site of a supposedly destroyed building where the late Italian artist Allighiero Boetti had run the One Hotel between 1971 and 1977.
This is Magnolia Pictures at 20. Get tickets now for our retrospective screening series hosted by @MuseumModernArt, featuring some of our most popular and impactful titles from the past two decades. moma.org/calendar/film/…
Tonight—the @MuseumModernArt will host a live streamed evening w/ artists Gregg Bordowitz & Jean Carlomusto as they discuss and stream the short videos they produced in the late 80's when they worked for the @GMHC. mo.ma/bordowitz Available thru 9/27.
Who Is Queen?
This fall, artist #AdamPendleton will transform MoMA’s Marron Atrium into a dynamic arena exploring Blackness, abstraction, and the avant-garde. Learn more at mo.ma/whoisqueen
Video by SandenWolff, Inc.
A new generation of independent Chinese architects are challenging urban megaprojects with a commitment to sustainability.
Opening this Saturday 9/18! #ReuseRenewRecycle takes a look at some of the most imaginative architectural work in China today. mo.ma/architecturech…
“What all of us were experiencing after the tragedy, a deepening of our sense of love and commitment to the city that is our home.” — Milton Glaser
Today, on the 20th anniversary of Sept 11, 2001, we remember the resiliency of NYC and the impact of this tragedy around the world.
On his last day as video producer at MoMA, Sean Yetter recalls his first day on the job—when he fell under the spell of Barnett Newman’s painting “Vir Heroicus Sublimis” for our latest #UNIQLOArtSpeaks.
Installing #WhoIsQueen?, opening next weekend!
#AdamPendleton’s total work of art for the 21st century will transform MoMA’s Marron Atrium into a dynamic arena exploring Blackness, abstraction, and the avant-garde.
Visit mo.ma/whoisqueen for more information.
Discover the unexpected similarities between comic books and artworks in our new series How to Make Comics for #MoMAMagazine. Read a new article every Thursday in September, then try out a creative prompt.
Jacob Lawrence. “The migrants arrived in great numbers.” 1940-41
“One of Calder’s objects is like the sea ... always beginning over again, always new.” — Jean-Paul Sartre
“Modern from the Start” is extended through January 15! Take a deep dive into #Calder’s experiments in space and motion at mo.ma/calder
“Cézanne turned me into a food writer.”
After an art history lecture on #Cézanne food, @ruthreichl went home to make an Apple Crumble—a dessert that would alter the course of her life.
Read Reichl's story and get the recipe: mo.ma/2YjJBhR
Need a fun adventure before school is back in session? Kids 16 and under always get in free!
Pick up our Hey Kids! Activity Guide on the first floor for activities to do in front of artworks at the Museum. Learn more at mo.ma/families.
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That summer feeling! We’re loving the summer vibes in the recent #MoMAPhotoClub submissions. Our current theme is movement, play outside and enjoy those last bits of ☀️
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“We root ourselves through the objects that surround us in our lives.”
@PaulBGalloway talks about the Volkswagen Beetle—countercultural icon, and a personal symbol of joy, adventure, family, and remembrance for our latest #UNIQLOArtSpeaks.
🔮 The tarot cards have spoken,#NikiDeSaintPhallee is in your future! Just over ✨ one week ✨ left to see “Structures for Life” at@MoMAPS11 before the exhibition closes on September 6.
Reserve your timed 🎟️ amo.ma/ps1ticketsqz.
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Film Vault Summer Camp is back—this year it’s all about color!
Marvel at inventive color effects in two silent fantasy shorts and go behind the scenes of Hollywood’s first Technicolor productions from the #MoMAfilm library. Start watching: mo.ma/3zgSqXa
“Once cast into video's reality, infinite variation becomes possible, not only weightlessness, but total freedom to dissolve, reconstruct, mutate all forms...liquid reality."
Now open! See #ShigekoKubota's work in #LiquidReality: mo.ma/liquidreality
“You have a sense of a breeze animating these leaves and they seem to move across the page.”
Kiko Aebi, Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Drawings and Prints, finds beauty in the dynamism of Paul Cézanne’s “Foliage” for our latest #UNIQLOArtSpeaks.
Published to coincide with “Fotoclubismo: Brazilian Modernist Photography, 1946–1964” at MoMA, Adele Nelson examines the Sala de Fotografia, a last-minute, “in-between” exhibition organized by Foto-Cine Clube Bandeirante for the 2nd São Paulo Bienal. bit.ly/SalaDeFotograf…
“Looking back on this piece I see seeds of things that now concern me. I feel as if without our, as people, ability to work together as equals that we're going to lose our planet.”
Hear from #MarenHassinger in our audio playlist Collection 1970s–Today: mo.ma/3kZIQBn