new york’s moma is closing to diversify the art canon
Tired of an art world that only celebrates old white men? Honestly, same.
moma’s new photography series asks what it means to be human
Six photographers talk about their work in the standout show.
hair wars is a celebration of detroit’s most creative black hairdressers
Christine Hahn's portraits capture the Afrocentric beauty movement's fantastical show at MoMA PS1.
petra collins remixes art history with madelyne beckles and junglepussy
Featuring a three-hour live vignette, an Instagram video version of the 19th-century Salon des Independants, and a self-love rap anthem soundtrack.
moma re-hangs works by artists from muslim countries to protest trump's ban
Each work comes with a new description making the museum's intentions very clear.
moma creates a safe art space for lgbtq teens
Make Art. Meet People. Explore Ideas. Be Yourself.
10 moma exhibitions we want to time travel to
Recently, the Museum of Modern Art unveiled an incredible new resource: a free, digital exhibition history cataloguing every show it has ever mounted. This archive includes original press releases, exhibition checklists, scanned copies of out-of-print...
explore art history as moma’s entire exhibition archive goes online
From Van Gogh to Bjork, every exhibition the venue staged is now available online for your viewing pleasure.
5 things to catch at the 2016 new york art book fair
Each September, Printed Matter takes over MoMA’s experimental Queens outpost PS1 to celebrate the independent publishing community. Last year’s weekend-long party featured Marcel Dzama’s disco fever and a Know-Wave radio takeover. Here’s what’s on our...
after 40 years of controversy, vito acconci is as shocking and relevant as ever
From working as an architect to masturbating under the gallery floor, Vito Acconci has famously and infamously done just about everything an artist can do. As a retrospective of his works opens in New York, we caught up with the ever-controversial...
queer art to see in nyc right now
This week, many are reflecting on what it means to be queer in America. Here are five New York exhibitions to guide your exploration.
Nan Goldin’s legendary portraits of disaffected youth get new life
The photographer's landmark series The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is comprised of nearly 700 portraits of youth from Boston to Berlin