The Museum of Modern Art explores modern interiors from the 1920s to '50s and the contributions of women to their architecture and design. The post Spotlighting the Contributions of Women to Modern Interior Design appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Tate Modern?s major exhibition of the work of Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), organised in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art in New York, is the first posthumous retrospective and the most comprehensive survey of the artist?s work for 20 years. Show More Summary
The Royal Ontario Museum opened its new Gallery of Modern Design on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Featuring the iconic work of designers including Frank Lloyd Wright and Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann among others, the gallery traces the development of design in Europe and North America, highlighting six design movements from 1910 to 1965. Show More Summary
The Museum of Modern Art presents A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde, an exhibition that brings together 260 works from MoMA?s collection, tracing the arc of a period of artistic innovation between 1912 and 1935. Show More Summary
In conjunction with a career retrospective that kicked off at the Museum Of Modern Art earlier this week, the entire professional feature filmography of Spanish director Pedro Almódovar has become available on iTunes. As Variety reports,...Show More Summary
BMW has long believed that cars can be works of art. The brand has been handing its cars over to significant artists since 1976, creating a back catalog of race cars that wouldn't look out of place at the Museum of Modern Art. Now, there's a new BMW Art Car. Show More Summary
Cate Blanchett looks radiant as she arrives at the Pedro Almodoar Film Retrospective on Tuesday night (November 29) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The Oscar-winning actress went chic in a matching gold top and skirt with maroon pumps as she posed with director Pedro Almodovar at his event. PHOTOS: Check [...]
An exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Arts explores the many strands of Mexican modern art, shedding light on artists and movements beyond the best-known muralists. The post Painting a Fuller, More Complicated History of Mexican Modern Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition of Alexander Burganov ?The Magic Realism?. The major retrospective of the celebrated master of monumental art, which includes his sculpture, graphics, tapestry, shows one of the forms of ?new realism?. Show More Summary
Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush were vying for the presidency in summer 1992 when Erika Rothenberg's satirical greeting cards were shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. You're bound to do a double-take at that date when you step into the Charlie James Gallery in L.A.'s Chinatown, where...
IMMA is presenting the first survey exhibition of Palestinian artist Emily Jacir?s work in Ireland. Europa brings together almost two decades of sculpture, film, drawings, large-scale installations and photography with a focus on Jacir?s work in Europe, in particular Italy and the Mediterranean. Show More Summary
Following his first major exhibition in Dublin at IMMA in 2014, IMMA presents a new film work by Irish-born artist Duncan Campbell. Entitled The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy this is the artist?s first film based in the Republic of Ireland and his first new work since winning the Turner Prize in 2014; when he was the first Irish born artist to do so. Show More Summary
Bouquet of Tulips, currently being built, is to be installed on the plaza outside the Museum of Modern Art next year American artist Jeff Koons is giving Paris a monumental sculpture of a bunch of flowers in commemoration of the lives lost in the 2015 terrorist attacks in the French city. Show More Summary
I went to MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) again, it seems like I visit every time I'm in New York. I stopped by in October and in July and again now, in November. It's like a home away from home for me. Maybe because so many of my favorite...Show More Summary
His sculpture “Bouquet of Tulips” will be permanently installed next year in the plaza in front of the Museum of Modern Art and the Palais de Tokyo.
The Museum of Modern Art?s Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction, on view November 21, 2016?March 19, 2017, is the first major exhibition of the artist?s work in the US in nearly half a century, and the first ever to chart the full range of Picabia?s audacious, irreverent, and profoundly influential career. Show More Summary
Lucas Hedges and Casey Affleck attend the screening of their new film Manchester by the Sea hosted by the Academy of Motion Pictures on Saturday (November 19) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The co-stars chatted about their film after they screened it. Manchester by the Sea has been receiving rave [...]
“Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round So Our Thoughts Can Change Direction” is the Museum of Modern Art’s first substantial show for an artist among the earliest proponents of Cubism and Dada.
The Museum of Modern Art's retrospective of the radically unquantifiable, relentlessly original Francis Picabia is a blast of fresh air just when we need it. Picabia is a freedom machine. He tears down pretentions and turns painting into something animal, making it almost uncomfortable to look at. His anti-rationalistic art ... More »
Joel Edgerton looks cool in a shiny blue jacket while stepping out for MoMA’s The Contenders screening of Loving held at the Museum of Modern Art on Thursday (November 17) in New York City. The 42-year-old actor was joined by the movie’s writer and director Jeff Nichols as well as MoMA’s Chief Curator of Film [...]