MoMa

Culture

the best things to watch, see, and do this week

Your indispensable gui-De to leisure action in NYC, February 18 to February 24.
Nicole DeMarco
2.20.19
News

moma is closing to diversify the art canon

Tired of an art world that only celebrates old white men? Honestly, same.
Roisin Lanigan
2.7.19
Photography

moma’s 'new photography' series asks what it means to be human

Six photographers talk about their work in the standout show.
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.27.18
Culture

moma is giving away swag by your favorite bootleg artists

Awol Erizku, Ava Nirui, Mackenzie Younger, and A$AP K have swiped the MoMA logo for a capsule collection inspired by all things counterfeit.
Hannah Ongley
1.19.18
News

a weekend-long 'twin peaks' marathon is coming to moma

Because, let’s be honest, we still have no clue what happened and definitely need to watch it again.
André-Naquian Wheeler
12.20.17
Culture

an oral history of club 57, the legendary 80s underground art club

i-D talks to some of the space's former members about merging DIY art and clubbing.
André-Naquian Wheeler
11.2.17
Fashion

the turtleneck is an icon of thoughtful design

Hermione Hoby unpacks the Prius of garments.
Hermione Hoby
10.23.17
Fashion

a sexual history of bandanas

Maggie Lange remembers the time she almost wore one as a top, and explores the accessory's past as a signal to potential partners.
Maggie Lange
10.11.17
Film

five new films capturing the realities of young adulthood

Directed by emerging filmmakers from around the world, these standout new films will screen at the New Directors/New Films festival at MoMA this week in New York.
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.13.17
News

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.
Hannah Ongley
2.3.17
News

moma creates a safe art space for lgbtq teens

'Make Art. Meet People. Explore Ideas. Be Yourself.'
Hannah Ongley
1.27.17
News

the first-ever emoji cats and fist-bumps are going on display at the moma

The 176 retro renditions were a gift to the museum from the phone company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, which created them for pagers in 1999.
Hannah Ongley
10.27.16
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