One of the defining features of Guston’s last decade is a paradoxical faith in the elusiveness of truth.
Ghansah has organized a program of readings, screenings, and performances at the Museum of Modern Art examining the legacies of creative black women.
In her Museum of Modern Art retrospective, Piper makes visible the ways in which we are held in place by other people and their perceptions, and how their perceptions lead to the politics and philosophies that make up our world.
The Museum of Modern Art’s complaint claims the actions of a Lower East Side café and gallery will cause “harm to its name, reputation, and goodwill.”
The painting, which sparked a political scandal at the Brooklyn Museum in 1999, was donated to MoMA by hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen.
Tarsila unearthed her roots to understand them better, and showed them off to the world. No Brazilian artist before her had probed the country’s past in such a personal way.
First created for the Havana Biennial in 2000, Bruguera’s installation-performance is a critique of the totalitarian structures that impact people’s daily lives.
In these churches and synagogues, the underground art scene thrives — literally.
For the past five years, a room full of laptop-lugging feminists has staged an “Edit-a-thon” to broaden the Free Encyclopedia.
The Museum of Modern Art is screening Ed Wood’s 1959 cult classic, Plan 9 from Outer Space.
As part of the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition about Club 57, animation historian Jerry Beck hosts a program of nine classic cartoons he screened there in the late 1970s and early ’80s.
In New York, 90 works are going to MoMA, with the Bronx Museum getting 12.