A French museum of modern art has commissioned an installation that makes music from the weather. (Probably a better way to handle the end of summer than moaning to everyone you know about it being September.) With the help of digital...Show More Summary
One of my favorite pieces included in Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art at the Studio Museum in Harlem earlier this year was Adam Pendleton's "Lorraine O'Grady: A Portrait" (2012).
The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin has been gifted approximately 120 modern and contemporary Latin American artworks from UT alumni Judy and Charles Tate of Houston. In addition, the Tates have made a major contribution towards the endowment that supports the museum?s Latin American curatorship. Show More Summary
Looping rainbows, twisting lines, wild mountainscapes, penguins on ice floes and even a Soviet satellite. I walked into the Japanese pavilion at the L.A. County Museum of Art the other day expecting an ethereal look at the world of the kimono. What I got was a face full of bold graphic...
The Museum of Modern Art and the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive will present Discovering Georgian Cinema, the largest retrospective of Georgian film ever mounted in North America. A collaboration between MoMA and BAM/PFA, the series spans more than a century of filmmaking, from 1907 through 2014. Show More Summary
New work from Olafur Eliasson: he installed a riverbed in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark. Tags: art museums Olafur Eliasson
Peter Perez, Foreman of the frame shop at the Museum of Modern Art, discusses the thinking he brought to the reframing of Andrew Wyeth's 1948 painting "Christina's World." (Link to video)
Presenting his first ever solo show, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has just opened a series of works at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Three site-specific works are housed in the museum, including Riverbed, which sits… Olafur Eliasson Creates ‘Riverbed’ in Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Today, Riverbed, Olafur Eliasson's first solo exhibition at Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, fills the museum's South Wing with dirt and rocks of all sizes, complete with a narrow, meandering trench of water, to transform the space into a craggy landscape.
The canine is present for this summer's most radical piece of performance art, an homage to one pup-ular retrospective held at the the Museum of Modern Art in 2010.
Danish artist Olafur Eliasson creates an incredible sitespecific installation for his solo exhibition at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art “that reverses the relation between nature and art.” Bringing the outside in, the entire...Show More Summary
On 20 August, Denmark?s leading art institution, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, located on the outskirts of Copenhagen, will open its doors to the museum?s first major solo exhibition of internationally acclaimed Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Show More Summary
Taking over the museum gallery's entire South Wing, the site-specific installation offers an interactive element that redefines the typical visitor experience at the museum. "Presence at an exhibition [takes] on a new meaning with Olafur Eliasson's Riverbed,"
Hundreds of Warhol's films, many never before seen by the public, will be converted to digital format through a new partnership announced by The Warhol, The Museum of Modern Art, and MPC, a global leader in VFX (visual effects) and a Technicolor company. Show More Summary
Approximately 500 movies made by pop art icon Andy Warhol, many of which have never been seen by the public, are in the process of being digitized. The project — a collaboration between The Warhol museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and...Show More Summary
This September, the Neuberger Museum of Art of Purchase College will publish an impressive new tome, When Modern Was Contemporary: The Roy R. Neuberger Collection. The 276-page, fully illustrated, hardcover collection catalogue chronicles Roy R. Show More Summary
New York City's Museum of Modern Art sparked a preservation battle when it made plans to demolish the bronze-clad American Folk Art Museum to make way for MoMA's glassy expansion. Artist Sam Grinberg retraces the fight over the building's fate...
As the visitor to the Museum of Modern Art walks across a swarming fifth floor this summer, she will find Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988, the first comprehensive retrospective of the Brazilian artist’s career in America. The show is organized chronologically, starting with Clark’s early works from the 1950s and moving through her […]
The Museum of Modern Art has had to change the way it preserves art thanks to a notoriously punishing game called Dwarf Fortress. Dwarf Fortress is probably the most complicated video game ever created. Tasking players with creatingShow More Summary
The Museum of Modern Art announces the launch of Picasso: The Making of Cubism 1912?1914, the Museum?s first digital-only publication and the first monographic e-book to be authorized by the Estate of Pablo Picasso. Edited by Anne Umland,...Show More Summary