Rain fell on the Museum of Modern Art’s annual Party in the Garden Tuesday night, and its couture-clad trustees had to walk under tarps erected to protect the bar-side crudite and its consumers. Inevitably, some water seeped through. The other thing that seeped through the tarp was the chants of... More »
To be clear, this isn’t a group of laborers that are raking in massive amounts of cash. According to a press release sent out by the union prior to the demonstration, the salary of “entry-level museum staff starts at approximately $29K per year and the membership, which includes professional staff such as curators, librarians and […]
Smooth cocktail jazz clashed with protest chants outside of the MoMA sculpture garden on 53rd Street last night, as a line of black SUVs dropped off black-tie benefactors at MoMA's Party in the Garden?the modern-art museum's biggest annual benefit. [ more › ]
This evening, as trustees and VIPs arrived at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for its annual "Party in the Garden" gala, they were greeted by dozens of the museum's staff brandishing signs that read "Modern Art, Ancient Wages" and "MoMA, Don't Cut Our Healthcare."
Mmuseumm is a tiny gallery sponsored by the Fractured Atlas charity that’s dedicated to displaying found objects and art exhibitions. Housed in a 20 square foot former freight elevator on the eclectic Cortland Alley in TriBeCa, Mmuseumm 1 and the new Mmuseumm 2 are open Saturdays and Sundays from Noon-6:00 PM and rely on donations […]
On 1 July, at a swanky party at Tate Modern, one of Britain’s museums will bank a cheque for £100,000, as the Art Fund announces this year’s Museum of the… Read more The post Museum relic appeared first on The Spectator.
In the fall of 2017, The Museum of Modern Art will present the most comprehensive exhibition of the work of Donald Judd (American, 1928?1994) to date. Comprising more than 100 works of art gathered from public and private collections around the world, this retrospective aims to provide a multifaceted perspective on Judd. Show More Summary
David Letterman changed the face of late night talk shows. And after his final sign-off last night, he threw it down with mega-celebs at The Museum of Modern Art. But two lucky guys got to party with Letterman and company—and drank a little too much free vodka. Two U.S. Show More Summary
As CBS Corp. investors gather at New York's Museum of Modern Art for the company's annual meeting Thursday, its largest shareholder is expected to remain cloistered in his mansion in a gated enclave north of Beverly Hills.
The Chrysler Museum of Art community is sad to report the death of our colleague and friend Amy L. Brandt, who died May 15 after a valiant health struggle. She was 37. ?Academically distinguished, deeply passionate, and supremely self-confident,...Show More Summary
Stepping out for an evening of cinema, Robert Pattinson showed up at the Celeste Bartos Theater at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City last night (May 18). The handsome “Remember Me” star charmed the paparazzi as he headed inside for the premiere of the new flick “Heaven Knows What” without his rumored fiancée FKA Twigs. Speaking of Ms. Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson is suave while attending the premiere of Heaven Knows What held at the Celeste Bartos Theater at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday (May 18) in New York City. The 29-year-old English actor was joined by Girls Jemima Kirke and Orange is the New Black‘s Natasha Lyonne, who posed with Chloe Sevigny. [...]
“War Is Over! If you want it” is a beautiful proposition. But, if all you need is love, where does that leave critics? The Museum of Modern Art found itself at war with the art press in recent months, justly taken to task for its deplorable Björk show. Show More Summary
Following the recent acquisition of more than 600 works from the Shunk-Kender Photography Collection, The Museum of Modern Art presents Art on Camera: Photographs by Shunk-Kender, 1960?1971, on view from May 17 through October 4, 2015. Show More Summary
The Museum of Modern Art has organized the first major exhibition to examine the individual accomplishments and parallel developments of two of the foremost practitioners of avant-garde photography, film, advertising, and graphic design in the first half of the 20th century: Grete Stern (German, 1904?1999) and Horacio Coppola (Argentine, 1906?2012). Show More Summary
Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971, an exhibition that opens tomorrow at the Museum of Modern Art, examines in depth the early work and ideas of a well-known, influential Fluxus and multimedia artist.
In late 1971, Yoko Ono announced an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art?a one-woman show that she irreverently titled Museum Of Modern (F)art. When visitors arrived at the Museum, however, there was little evidence of her work. Outside...Show More Summary
Despite being what many consider to be a graphical representation of a spreadsheet, Eve Online is not only a very mean game, but a work of art. No, really: the New York Museum of Modern […]
The exhibit shows how enthusiastic Eve Online fans are in their commitment to collective gameplay.
Since the beginning of their collaboration, in the late 1960s, British sculptors Gilbert & George have aimed to become the work of art?elevating their daily activities to expressions of creativity and casting themselves as ?living sculptures.?...Show More Summary