MoMA’s latest exhibition on the Judson Dance Theater feels like a long overdue thesis on how to correctly present performance within a museum.
The 20th-century architecture of Yugoslavia was the result of a concerted national effort to modernize and unify.
The museum accused café and gallery formerly known as “MoMaCha” of copying the institution in bad faith.
By integrating the real with the imagined in his maquette of cities, Kingelez works toward a topography of unity, a world without boundaries.
Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948-1980 introduces audiences to a bold modernist tradition forged by radical, multi-ethnic communities with utopic, collective ambitions.
The parties settled on a five-year contract, ratified by a 96% margin, in which employee health benefits, salary raises, and chances for upward mobility in the MoMA ranks were put forth.
As workers at one of the world’s most prestigious museums prepare for contract negotiations this week, dozens of workers participated in a museum-wide walkout.
Contemporary films by women filmmakers go on view at the MoMA, with must-see screenings and discussions all week long in this new seasonal series.
City Dreams at the Museum of Modern Art explores how Congolese artist Bodys Isek Kingelez envisioned a future utopia through sculptures of imagined cities.
This week, the all-women rock band Habibi will perform as a part of the MoMA’s Summer Thursdays music series.
In “My Birth,” Carmen Winant directly addresses our general discomfort with the physical aspect of childbirth, forcing viewers to look directly at it, the universal starting point.
About 100 MoMA workers and their supporters rallied outside the Museum as donors and trustees arrived to draw attention to ongoing contract negotiations that are currently at an impasse.