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09/18/2021
Go under the hood as a member

Go under the hood! MoMA members get an immersive look at the cars in the exhibition Automania.

Learn more: moma.org/underthehood

What myths do cars perpetuate? Who has access to the “open road”? What does the intersection of art and industry look like?

Explore these questions and more with MoMA curators and special guests for a closer look at the cars of Automania, then step into the driver’s seat and explore them in 360-degree video.

Members see "Cézanne Drawing" first during Member Previews from June 3-5! Enjoy exclusive early access to over 250 rarel...
06/02/2021
Cézanne Drawing | MoMA

Members see "Cézanne Drawing" first during Member Previews from June 3-5! Enjoy exclusive early access to over 250 rarely seen works spanning Cézanne's entire career—from vibrant still lifes to prismatic landscapes to intimate figures.

Reserve your member timed ticket here: mo.ma/3fXw2tG

Exhibition. Jun 6–Sep 25, 2021. Best known as a painter, Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) produced some of his most radically original works on paper. Cézanne Drawing brings together more than 250 rarely shown works in pencil and kaleidoscopic watercolor from across the artist’s career, along with k...

Join Black Lunch Table for a virtual workshop on updating Wikipedia entries to share, explore, and tell stories about ar...
05/20/2021
Black Reconstructions: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon with Black Lunch Table | MoMA

Join Black Lunch Table for a virtual workshop on updating Wikipedia entries to share, explore, and tell stories about architecture, design, and Black cultural production on Saturday, May 22, 11:00 a.m. ET. The workshop will focus on the architects, artists, and designers featured in the exhibition "Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America" and the related online course "Reimagining Blackness and Architecture". You are also invited to choose your own entries to edit—training, reference materials, and group and individual editing will be provided. This program will be facilitated by Eliza Myrie, Heather Hart, and Kearra Amaya Gopee and will include an introduction by the exhibition’s co-curator Mabel O. Wilson.

RSVP today → mo.ma/2Sa5YmS

Join Black Lunch Table for a workshop on updating Wikipedia entries to share, explore, and tell stories about architecture, design, and Black cultural production. The edit-a-thon will include training for beginner Wikipedians, reference materials, and group and individual editing. While participants...

Hear perspectives on how abstract art by Black artists generates alternative ways of looking at art and the world around...
05/06/2021
Shifting Perspectives: Black Abstraction | MoMA

Hear perspectives on how abstract art by Black artists generates alternative ways of looking at art and the world around us at this virtual session, Shifting Perspectives: Black Abstraction on Wed, May 12 at 6:00 p.m. ET. The conversation will be led by Chayanne Marcano, Joselia Hughes, and Nzinga Simone Simmons, who will reflect on selected works by Betye Saar, Romare Bearden, Fred Eversley, and Barbara Chase-Riboud.

RSVP today → mo.ma/3gIv6em

Join a conversation about how abstract art by Black artists generates alternative ways of looking at art and the world around us. This session is led by Chayanne Marcano, Joselia Hughes, and Nzinga Simone Simmons, who will discuss their personal connections to selected works by Betye Saar, Romare Be...

04/30/2021

Bold and fearless—discover the breakout filmmakers changing cinema. Don't miss the 50th anniversary edition of New Directors/New Films, streaming through May 8. #NDNF

MoMA members watch it all for free on Virtual Cinema → https://mo.ma/3eIhQnv

New Directors/New Films is 50!Stream favorites from festivals past, showcasing early works by Lee Chang-dong, Chantal Ak...
04/19/2021
New Directors/New Films at 50: A Retrospective | MoMA

New Directors/New Films is 50!
Stream favorites from festivals past, showcasing early works by Lee Chang-dong, Chantal Akerman, Charles Burnett, Wim Wenders, and more. Watch through April 28 on Virtual Cinema → mo.ma/3rTiC5C

📽️ Peppermint Candy, dir. Lee Chang-dong

Film series. Through Apr 28. Virtual Cinema screenings are available exclusively to MoMA members. Not a member? Join today and start streaming. In 1972, Film at Lincoln Center (formerly Film Society of Lincoln Center) and The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film presented the inaugural New Di...

Next Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., join us for our virtual Member Roundtable and hear about a curator and an exhibition designe...
04/16/2021
Member Roundtable: Installing Calder | MoMA

Next Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., join us for our virtual Member Roundtable and hear about a curator and an exhibition designer’s journey installing Alexander Calder’s work—from early wire and wood figures to monumental sculptures—in the galleries and the Sculpture Garden. Open to members at the Explore category and above. Learn more & RSVP → https://mo.ma/3dIFobv

Step into the artist’s world in “Alexander Calder: Modern from the Start,” on view in our galleries and Sculpture Garden. Learn more → mo.ma/calder

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Alexander Calder. Man-Eater with Pennants. 1945. Sheet iron, steel rods, and paint. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase. © 2021 Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Denis Doorly

Join us for a live online discussion with curator Cara Manes and exhibition designer Lana Hum as they walk us through their journey installing Alexander Calder’s work—from early wire and wood figures to monumental sculptures—in the galleries and the Sculpture Garden for our latest exhibition, ...

MoMA members are invited to the 50th Anniversary of Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" on Wed...
04/14/2021
50th Anniversary of Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" | MoMA

MoMA members are invited to the 50th Anniversary of Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" on Wed, Apr 21 at 1:30 p.m. Hear from artists, curators and scholars at this virtual Forum on Contemporary Photography as they discuss feminist critical theory that has made possible the understanding of Nochlin’s prescient interventions. Learn more here: mo.ma/3sdDdC1

Zoom link to join the Forum: https://moma.zoom.us/j/97448232038

This Forum is dedicated to the fiftieth anniversary of the pioneering art historian Linda Nochlin’s essay “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” (ARTnews, 1971). Recognized as a keystone of feminist art theory, this incisive essay along with its 2001 follow-up reappraisal, “Thirty Yea...

Announcing the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films! Throughout its rich history, the festival has celebrated filmmak...
04/08/2021
Celebrating 50 Years of New Directors/New Films, 2021 Lineup Announced

Announcing the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films! Throughout its rich history, the festival has celebrated filmmakers who represent the present and anticipate the future of cinema. Our 2021 festival is streaming just for MoMA members on Virtual Cinema from April 28-May 8. Explore the full line up:

The Museum of Modern Art and Film at Lincoln Center announce the 50th anniversary edition of New Directors/New Films (ND/NF), available April 28 – May 8 via virtual cinema, with in-person screenings extending through May 13 at FLC. Throughout its rich, half-century history, the festival has celebr...

Calling all families! As part of Member Family Week, we're screening Shrek on Virtual Cinema through this Sunday, April ...
04/02/2021
Family Film: Shrek | MoMA

Calling all families! As part of Member Family Week, we're screening Shrek on Virtual Cinema through this Sunday, April 4 at noon.

When Shrek’s solitary swamp is overrun by exiled fairy tale characters, he embarks on an epic quest to reclaim his territory. Follow along with everyone’s favorite ogre in this 2001 animated classic. Watch today: http://mo.ma/shrek

Shrek. 2001. USA. Directed by Andrew Adamson, Vicky Jenson. With Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow. 90 min. When Shrek’s formerly solitary swamp is overrun by exiled fairy tale characters, he and his garrulous sidekick Donkey embark on an epic quest to reclaim his territory. Fol...

Now streaming, just for MoMA members: films that boldly attest to the continued vitality of the documentary art form.The...
03/25/2021
Doc Fortnight 2021: MoMA’s Festival of International Nonfiction Film and Media | MoMA

Now streaming, just for MoMA members: films that boldly attest to the continued vitality of the documentary art form.

The 20th edition of #DocFortnight presents the most adventurous new nonfiction works by filmmakers from around the world.

Start watching on Virtual Cinema → mo.ma/docfortnight2021

Film series. Through Apr 5. Virtual Cinema screenings are available exclusively to MoMA members. Not a member? Join today and start streaming. In its 20th year, Doc Fortnight introduces some of the most significant, adventurous new nonfiction works by established and emerging filmmakers in a moment....

Join us on Tuesday, March 16 at 12:00 p.m. EDT for Member Roundtable: Conserving "Engineer, Agitator, Constructor" and h...
03/12/2021
Member Roundtable: Conserving Engineer, Agitator, Constructor | MoMA

Join us on Tuesday, March 16 at 12:00 p.m. EDT for Member Roundtable: Conserving "Engineer, Agitator, Constructor" and hear from three conservators about the unique process they used to conserve early-20th-century artworks featured in the exhibition.

Register today and learn more details here: mo.ma/3eFeB1E

Join us for a live online discussion with conservators Lee Ann Daffner, Erika Mosier, and Laura Neufeld, and learn about the unique process they used to conserve early-20th-century artworks featured in the exhibition Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented—and some surprise discover...

To mark the closing of "Projects: Garrett Bradley", the artist joins composer Trevor Mathison and scholar Tina Campt on ...
03/10/2021
Memories for the Future: Garrett Bradley, Tina Campt, and Trevor Mathison in Conversation | MoMA

To mark the closing of "Projects: Garrett Bradley", the artist joins composer Trevor Mathison and scholar Tina Campt on Thursday, March 18 at 5:00 p.m. for a conversation exploring the role of archives and ways to bring forth histories and memories that have been lost.

Learn more and register today: mo.ma/3bseMeW

Join artist and filmmaker Garrett Bradley; composer Trevor Mathison, a collaborator on Bradley’s America (2019); and scholar Tina Campt, author of Listening to Images (Duke University Press, 2017) for a conversation exploring the presence of archives, and the process of imagining to bring forth hi...

In this family workshop on Thursday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m. EST, travel to places real and imagined in works of art! ...
02/12/2021
Online Family Art Workshop: Imagined Journeys | MoMA

In this family workshop on Thursday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m. EST, travel to places real and imagined in works of art! Use your senses, bodies and drawing materials to explore the artwork of Betye Saar, Vincent van Gogh and others. For families with kids ages five to 10. Register today!

Learn more: mo.ma/3p1q5PL

Pack your bags as we travel to places real and imagined in works of art! We’ll use our senses, our bodies, and drawing materials to explore the artwork of Betye Saar, Vincent van Gogh, and others. For families with kids ages five to 10. Caregiver participation is optional, but we recommend that a ...

Celebrate artist Jason Polan’s legacy and use your surroundings to think creatively at tomorrow's Evening In—a virtual d...
02/09/2021

Celebrate artist Jason Polan’s legacy and use your surroundings to think creatively at tomorrow's Evening In—a virtual drawing workshop just for members with illustrator Joana Avillez. Register here: mo.ma/3rqRyuR

Celebrate the late artist Jason Polan's love of drawing in a virtual MoMA Membership workshop led by illustrator Joana Avillez on Wednesday, Feb 10. RSVP → mo.ma/3rqRyuR

Share what you create with us and UNIQLO USA with #WorldBiggestDrawingClub

MoMA members are invited to attend A Tribute to Carrie Mae Weems on Tue, Feb 2 at 1:30 p.m.—a double celebration of the ...
01/28/2021
A Tribute to Carrie Mae Weems | MoMA

MoMA members are invited to attend A Tribute to Carrie Mae Weems on Tue, Feb 2 at 1:30 p.m.—a double celebration of the installation of the artist's work "From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried," currently on view at the Museum, and of the forthcoming "Carrie Mae Weems" anthology, part of the October Files series and edited by Sarah E. Lewis. Hear from the artist and other featured speakers at this special virtual Forum. Learn more here: mo.ma/2KZnAyA

To register please contact [email protected].

This event is a double celebration—of MoMA’s presentation of Carrie Mae Weems’s From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried, currently on view in the second-floor contemporary galleries; and of the forthcoming Carrie Mae Weems anthology, part of the October Files series, edited by Sarah E. Lewis...

In this family workshop on Wednesday, January 20 at 3:30 p.m. EST, travel to places real and imagined in works of art! U...
01/15/2021
Online Family Art Workshop: Imagined Journeys | MoMA

In this family workshop on Wednesday, January 20 at 3:30 p.m. EST, travel to places real and imagined in works of art! Use your senses, bodies and drawing materials to explore the artwork of Betye Saar, Vincent van Gogh and others. For families with kids ages five to 10. Register today!

Learn more: mo.ma/3p1q5PL

Pack your bags as we travel to places real and imagined in works of art! We’ll use our senses, our bodies, and drawing materials to explore the artwork of Betye Saar, Vincent van Gogh, and others. For families with kids ages five to 10. Caregiver participation is optional, but we recommend that a ...

In this family workshop on Tuesday, December 22 st 3:30 p.m. EST, get inspired by unique designs for real and imagined s...
12/16/2020
Online Family Art Workshop: Designing Spaces | MoMA

In this family workshop on Tuesday, December 22 st 3:30 p.m. EST, get inspired by unique designs for real and imagined spaces, then design a model for a space for you or someone you care about. For families with kids ages 7 to 14. Register today!

Learn more: mo.ma/3noqU48

What would a space just for you look and feel like? Perhaps it’s a soothing room for sleeping, a quiet place for school at home, or a nature-filled hideaway. In this workshop, get inspired by unique designs for real and imagined spaces, then design a model for a space for you or someone you care a...

Members see it first! Visit "Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented" during Member Previews Dec 10-12 be...
12/09/2020
Member Previews: Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented | MoMA

Members see it first! Visit "Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented" during Member Previews Dec 10-12 before the exhibition opens to the public. Get an exclusive first look at the fearless experimentation of artists who used collage, photomontage, typography, and more in response to the political, social, and technological upheavals of the early 20th century. Learn more here: mo.ma/2W0rXLq

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Tune in online tonight at 6:30 pm EST for part 1 of Specific Objects: A Donald Judd Symposium—moderated by MoMA curator ...
11/12/2020

Tune in online tonight at 6:30 pm EST for part 1 of Specific Objects: A Donald Judd Symposium—moderated by MoMA curator Ann Temkin and including presenters Rachel Harrison, Hal Foster, Jeffrey Weiss, and Leslie Hewitt. These artists and scholars will discuss Donald Judd’s legacy and relevance today, and present close readings of works on view in the exhibition "Judd."

Learn more & RSVP here: mo.ma/3eNPwzQ

Join us Wednesday for Evening In: Virtual Cooking with Mina Stone and special guest Adam Pendleton, an interdisciplinary...
11/09/2020

Join us Wednesday for Evening In: Virtual Cooking with Mina Stone and special guest Adam Pendleton, an interdisciplinary artist whose upcoming exhibition, Who Is Queen?, opens at MoMA in fall 2021. Learn more & RSVP here: mo.ma/3ldkfJ7

10/16/2020

Spend hours with #KAWS when you put together these 1,000-piece puzzles that celebrate the artist’s recent career-survey exhibition, “KAWS: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness,” at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. Now available MoMA Design Store KAWS National Gallery of Victoria NGV design store

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Join us Wednesday, Oct 14, for a special Evening In with Cécile McLorin Salvant. Best known for her Grammy-winning jazz ...
10/09/2020
Evening In with Cécile McLorin Salvant | MoMA

Join us Wednesday, Oct 14, for a special Evening In with Cécile McLorin Salvant. Best known for her Grammy-winning jazz vocals, Salvant's creativity crosses disciplines. Get an insider’s look at her visual art practice—Salvant will catch up with MoMA PS1 assistant curator Taja Cheek and take you on a virtual tour of her studio. Stick around to hear her close out the night with a special solo performance.

Don't forget to RSVP: https://mo.ma/2GGYUZp

We’re bringing MoMA to you. Join us for a night in with our membership community as part of a new monthly series offering opportunities to get creative, catch a performance, hone a new skill, and more. Cécile McLorin Salvant is best known for her Grammy-winning jazz vocals, but her creativity cro...

On the 20th anniversary of Requiem for a Dream, join Darren Aronofsky and actors Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Con...
10/05/2020
Requiem for a Dream, a Live Q&A | MoMA

On the 20th anniversary of Requiem for a Dream, join Darren Aronofsky and actors Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly, and Marlon Wayans for a discussion Tuesday night, Oct 6, at 7 p.m. EDT about the film and its impact on cinema and culture. The conversation will be moderated by MoMA curator Rajendra Roy. Open to Explore members and above.
RSVP: https://mo.ma/36xL8CL

Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream has only grown in stature since its explosive debut in 2000. His harrowing depiction of addiction and dependency across generations of Brooklynites is still whispered about in tones of reverence. Join Aronofsky and actors Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Con...

Tonight at our Virtual Views Live Q&A, dive into the work of Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver, a pivotal figure of the Japanese ava...
09/10/2020
Immerse Yourself in Cinematic Illumination | Magazine | MoMA

Tonight at our Virtual Views Live Q&A, dive into the work of Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver, a pivotal figure of the Japanese avant-garde. Members can submit questions in advance: mo.ma/3k71hms

See you at 8:00 p.m. tonight! mo.ma/33fGTbX

Experience Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver’s pioneering installation in 360-degree video.

08/19/2020

We’re thrilled that MoMA will reopen on Thursday, August 27, and we can’t wait to welcome you back!

As a member, you’ll get priority access, subject to capacity restrictions: An allocation of timed tickets will be reserved for members each hour, and you will not need to book yours—or your guests’—ahead of time.

You can also look forward to a brand-new perk: On Mondays, the Museum will be open to members and their guests only.

Your health and safety are our top priorities, so we’ve implemented new protocols, including contactless entry and temperature checks. Learn more about what to expect on your visit: moma.org/visit-safely

See you soon!

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