A company report determined that Epstein had provided “legitimate advice” to Black related to the billionaire’s vast art collection.
Viral Sink Reviewer Eviscerates MoMA’s Restrooms
Sink Reviews boasts over 712,000 followers on TikTok, expanding the digital world of faucet criticism.
MoMA’s Showcase of Movies That Will Soon Be Oscar-Nominated
Online this year, the Museum of Modern Art’s Contenders program features all the best bets for the imminent film awards season.
MoMA’s Cheeky Riff on Misguided Kim Kardashian Post Is Going Viral
MoMA captioned Henri Matisse’s “Dance (I)” with a line from Kim Kardashian’s highly criticized post about hosting a party on a private island during the pandemic.
Second MoMA Trustee, Glenn Dubin, to be Subpoenaed by Virgin Islands for Jeffrey Epstein Ties
The Attorney General of the Virgin Islands intends to serve subpoenas to Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin (who is also Epstein’s ex-girlfriend).
This 1902 Footage of a Flying Train Is the Film of the Summer
The Museum of Modern Art has released a short film of a German elevated train from its archives, and it absolutely rules.
MoMA Chairman Leon Black Will Be Subpoenaed in Virgin Islands for Jeffrey Epstein Ties
The subpoenas will seek financial statements and tax returns from Black’s companies as part of a greater effort to clear the mystery of how Epstein had amassed his incredible wealth.
Dorothea Lange’s Humanist Vision
In Lange’s photography, human ingenuity and grace triumph over the unspeakable blows of the Great Depression and other social oppression, even when hope is in short supply.
MoMA Terminates All Museum Educator Contracts
In an email sent this week, the museum told educators “it will be months, if not years, before we anticipate returning to budget and operations levels to require educator services.”
A New Film Series Teases Out the Complex History of Black Heroines On Screen
“Each film in the series, in its own way, provides a more authentic connection to Black women’s expression, stories and experiences,” said Dara Ojugbele, one of the curators of the two-week program at MoMA.
At MoMA’s Doc Fortnight, Films Focused on Labor and Alienation Shine
Highlights from this year’s program include films which, both overtly and subtly, deal with how people act when in some way estranged from the society around them.
Powerful Images of Pleasure and Experimentation Celebrate Queer Bodies
MoMA’s screening series “Now We Think as We Fuck”: Queer Liberation to Activism argues for the inclusion of less respectable films in the queer canon.