Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill is the first MoMA artist to withdraw from activities at the museum since the weekly Strike MoMA protests began on April 9.
Hyperallergic accompanied two protesters on their journey from Queens to Manhattan’s Museum of Modern Art, for an insider view of participating in a #StrikeMoMA action.
Black did not stand for reelection as chair of the museum’s board following public controversy surrounding his relationship to Jeffrey Epstein.
What would happen if Black people had or were currently given the time, space, energy, and funding to build alternative futures?
Earlier today, the coalition of activists published an open letter highlighting the various connections of several MoMA trustees to Israeli violence against Palestinians.
The museum also confirmed that five activists from the “Strike MoMA” campaign have been permanently banned from its premises.
Screening at New Directors/New Films, Jessica Beshir’s film floats in the space between documentary and poetry.
An email from the head of the Museum of Modern Art to staff claims protesters were violent, and omits mention of an alleged assault by a guard.
Marie-Josée Kravis will succeed the disgraced financier, who remains a trustee of the museum’s board.
The activists plan to escalate their weekly protests against the Museum of Modern Art with a tour throughout midtown Manhattan next week.
Now playing at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight, the exciting documentary chronicles the Japanese women’s volleyball team’s path to victory at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
After hundreds of artists called for his removal, the financier will not bid for re-election but will remain on the board.