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In this drawing by Juan Downey, swirls of color replace national borders and project the artist’s hopefulness about the potential to overcome the political and geographic separation of people across the Americas.

Explore 5 artists who redefine map-making: mo.ma/3feLPCx
 
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The Case for Artistic Genius. My conversation about the psychology of genius is now live on the podcast of @MuseumModernArt.
Here it is: moma.org/magazine/artic…
 
Rare books are back! Due to popular demand, we’ve resurfaced more rare titles that have been stored for decades, but don’t wait—they’re available in extremely limited quantities. mo.ma/rarebooks
 
It can take Vija Celmins three weeks to make one of her "Ocean" drawings. The artist's meditative approach entails transcribing each ripple from a photographic emulsion with graphite—sans eraser: mo.ma/2ZPxdTX

What artworks help you find calm? #WednesdayWellness
 
I’ll be here... waiting for you all to come back! 🎞😷 pic.twitter.com/StNzL2p8iB
 
Maia Ruth Lee shares her mother’s recipe for miyeokguk in @MoMAPS1's ongoing series with chef Mina Stone, Cooking with Artists. mo.ma/2VUDe0t
 
“If you’ve ever questioned what photographs can do in the world today, LaToya Ruby Frazier offers this answer: ‘Activism starts to take place because images become available of something that wasn’t visible.’” –Sarah Meister

More #MoMAPicks from staff: mo.ma/3dTYNEr
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
✨TONIGHT: 7:30-8 pm on 8ball.tv

📽️Watch @MuseumModernArt Teens' new TV show Stranded @ Home. 📹 Created entirely by teens during quarantine. Feat.: Night at MoMA, Makeda's Closet, & Quaranimation, a stop-motion video bringing to life Matisse's The Piano Lesson
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
My film Salacia being acquired into @MuseumModernArt permanent collection is an art dream come true. Thank you for all the love you have showered on me and Salacia! Today is the last day to watch online for now, see it here: moma.org/magazine/artic…
Anything We Want to Be: Tourmalines Salacia | Magazine | MoMA
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Martine Syms weaves together clips from her video diaries, TV, and the Internet to form a visual poem where the traditions, or “lessons,” of Black life are at the center of American culture.

Explore our #MoMAVirtualViews: mo.ma/videolives

📹 Martine Syms, Lessons I-CLXXX
 
We're wishing you a mouthwatering #4thofJuly, with all the toppings

🍔🍔 Claes Oldenburg, Two Cheeseburgers, with Everything (Dual Hamburgers), 1962 mo.ma/2Ao2qVm
 
Letícia Parente suspends herself from a hanger and closes the closet door in this early video. Her work explores domesticity and the conventional roles expected for women. Explore Virtual Views: Video Lives: mo.ma/videolives

📹 Letícia Parente, In #MoMAVirtualViews
 
Drawing on the vast scope of the Internet, Camille Henrot uses the familiar setting of a computer desktop to narrate the origins of the universe. Explore Virtual Views: Video Lives: mo.ma/videolives

📹 Camille Henrot, Grosse Fatigue #MoMAVirtualViews
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Whoa, great video art survey now on MoMA's website—includes essential works by Martine Syms, Joan Jonas, Leticia Parente, Camille Henrot, and more moma.org/magazine/artic…
 
Before you tune in to a live Q&A with Joan Jonas tonight at 8pm, read her letter in our new series, Performing at a Distance. The pioneering artist ruminates on current issues, daily rituals, and memories of past travels while in quarantine. mo.ma/3inMhAl
 
Curator @StuartComer welcomes you to Virtual Views: Video Lives. Tonight at 8pm, join Comer and Joan Jonas for a live discussion reflecting on 50 years of working with video and its potential to radically reshape the future: mo.ma/videolives pic.twitter.com/plEcpxEYMN
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Explore works by Joan Jonas, Martine Syms, Sadie Benning, Petra Cortright, Camille Henrot, Mako Idemitsu, and Letícia Parente: mo.ma/videolives This #MoMAVirtualViews is made possible by @HyundaiCard, our partner for Media and Performance. 📹 Petra Cortright, VVebcam
 
Curator @StuartComer welcomes you to Virtual Views: Video Lives. Tonight at 8pm, join Comer and Joan Jonas for a live discussion reflecting on 50 years of working with video and its potential to radically reshape the future: mo.ma/videolives
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Joan Jonas and @StuartComer will appear in conversation tonight at 8 pm EDT as part of
@MuseumModernArt's Virtual Views: Video Lives, a program of seven 📺📼 works (incl. Martine Syms, pictured): moma.org/magazine/artic…
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Video Lives: an online exhibition of 7 videos from MoMA’s collection launching July 2 at 8pm with a Q&A btwn Joan Jonas and me. Featuring Sadie Benning, Petra Cortright, Camille Henrot, Mako Idemitsu, Joan Jonas, Letícia Parente, and Martine Syms. mo.ma/virtualviews
 
Paola Antonelli (@curiousoctopus) remembers legendary graphic designer and quintessential New Yorker Milton Glaser. "The not-so-well-kept secret of Milton’s success has been simple and bold messages conveyed with devastating elegance and talent." mo.ma/2BrRgiR
 
Drop in with Nora Turato and curator Ana Janevski on our Instagram Live this Wednesday at noon for an informal discussion about the artist's new project, which uses found language to speak loudly, publicly, and boldly. mo.ma/dropin
 
Who are we when we’re on camera? Explore the evolution of video as an art form in our next #MoMAVirtualViews, "Video Lives." Kick things off on 6/2 with artist Joan Jonas and curator @StuartComer in a live Q&A: mo.ma/virtualviews

📹 Joan Jonas, “Vertical Roll,” 1972
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Milton Glaser, concept sketch for I (heart) New York logo, 1976 moma.org/collection/wor…
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Learn how writing an A to Z poem can help you feel grounded. Our poem was inspired by Chris Ofili's "Nymph Dive (Rainbow)." Watch this video & try this creative grounding technique. Share your poem & process w/ us if you'd like. #ArtfulPracticesForWellBeing #mentalhealthawareness
 
Artists and curators pay tribute to Susan Rothenberg, a painter who reinvented figuration with works—often featuring silhouettes of horses—that teetered between abstraction and representation. mo.ma/2Ysntzp
 
#SundayBaking Hugh Hayden shares his favorite cornbread recipe for family and friends in Cooking with Artists, @MoMAPS1's ongoing series with chef Mina Stone. mo.ma/36HyX4p
 
Seconded! 😋 🥞
Can we please agree on one thing: that this is the best-ever photograph of pancakes?
By Stephen Shore, "Breakfast, Trail's End Restaurant," 1973, @MuseumModernArt pic.twitter.com/kKeepPjNpe
 
This one goes out to all the Sunset lovers!

🌅 Paul Signac, "Setting Sun. Sardine Fishing. Adagio. Opus 221," 1891 mo.ma/2YCipZ6
 
For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, @MoMAlearning has put together ideas and prompts for caregivers to promote communication and wellness through art. In English and Spanish! mo.ma/2Z3dUG5
 
Tonight's the night! At 8 p.m. EDT, we're hosting the online premiere of @tourmaliiine's Salacia. The artist’s film, new to our collection, reimagines the life of Mary Jones. mo.ma/2Vgxmy2
 
Through interviews with members of two women's tackle football teams, Sharon Hayes’s Artist Project conveys pressing issues of gender and equity that inform both football and life beyond the field. mo.ma/3e6g1iN
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
Steffani Jemison launches Performance at a Distance, a series of weekly letters by artists invited by MoMA’s Department of Media and Performance to envision the future mo.ma/3ewdUVN
 
In the first edition of Performing at a Distance, our new artist project series that unfolds with one letter a week, Steffani Jemison reflects on Lorraine Hansberry’s, What Use Are Flowers?, which imagines the world after the end of the world. mo.ma/2YpslW0
 
“Mundane, odd, incredibly out of place. But there is such beauty (dare I say, elevated to actual art!) and that’s a good way to look at the mundanity of every day in this pandemic.” — Jen Forcino

More #MoMAPicks: mo.ma/2W6ok6v

👞 Robert Gober, Untitled Leg
 
MY NEWS: The Museum of Modern Art acquired my film Salacia for their PERMANENT COLLECTION! Salacia premieres Thursday at 8PM on moma.org! Produced by Keanu Reeves & starring Rowin Amone, Salacia re-imagines Mary Jones in 1830s Seneca Village. 📸Matt Harvey pic.twitter.com/XnFYTgbvCg
Replying to @tourmaliiine
🥰 We can't wait for the premiere on Thursday!
 
@MuseumModernArt Retweeted ·  
MY NEWS: The Museum of Modern Art acquired my film Salacia for their PERMANENT COLLECTION! Salacia premieres Thursday at 8PM on moma.org! Produced by Keanu Reeves & starring Rowin Amone, Salacia re-imagines Mary Jones in 1830s Seneca Village. 📸Matt Harvey
 
I have a MAJOR art dream come true announcement to make tomorrow! Please stay tuned!
 
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Link for more info/tickets?
No tickets required! Check back here on Thursday AM for a link to the screening and more info. All are welcome :)
 
Thursday at 8pm, join us for the online premiere of @tourmaliiine’s Salacia. The film, starring Rowin Amone, and produced by Keanu Reeves, offers a speculative vision of Mary Jones, a Black trans woman and sex worker who lived in SoHo in the 1830s.

📸 Matt Harvey
 
Since Gilbert Baker first unfurled the Rainbow Flag at the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade in 1978, his iconic design has stood as a powerful symbol of #Pride — acceptance, community, diversity, and, above all, love.

Learn more: mo.ma/2zXc8Oo
 
Happy Father's Day! What did your dad teach you?

📸 William Eggleston, "Memphis," c. 1969 bit.ly/1QKxcZk
 
 
“This map of American violence is incomplete. Please write in whatever you find lacking.”

Across “United States of Attica,” Faith Ringgold recorded scores of violent, often racist, atrocities, inviting viewers to fill in the gaps. mo.ma/ringgold
#MoMAVirtualViews
 
On the 20th anniversary of #WorldRefugeeDay, Yara Said reflects on designing the Refugee Flag. The artist found inspiration in orange life vests and her personal experience of crossing the sea from Turkey to Greece. mo.ma/2Yjb8xu
 
In addition to making art, Faith Ringgold is the author and illustrator of many children’s books. Watch Ringgold read her book, Tar Beach, with your family. Then make your own art inspired by her work and ideas: mo.ma/3eioCz3
 
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The tintype—actually a thin sheet of iron, not tin—was a popular new process: quick, inexpensive, and durable. You could even carry one in your pocket. 📷 mo.ma/2CghCo2 pic.twitter.com/EWdSMVG60f
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These four tintypes were produced in a studio (note the painted backdrops and props), which helped the sitters stay still so the image wouldn’t be blurred. 📷 mo.ma/3fGjcOx
 
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Having a portrait taken is an act of self-representation, an act made easier by the increasing democracy of photography itself in the years after June 19, 1865, when news reached the last enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, that they were free. 📷 mo.ma/3fI3PF8 pic.twitter.com/QM5Q59ERn8
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The tintype—actually a thin sheet of iron, not tin—was a popular new process: quick, inexpensive, and durable. You could even carry one in your pocket. 📷 mo.ma/2CghCo2
 
Celebrate #JUNETEENTH2020 by looking back at some of the faces of emancipated Black citizens seen in photographs from the 1870s. [THREAD]
📷 mo.ma/2Co20iy pic.twitter.com/IQLQn5M3AA
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Having a portrait taken is an act of self-representation, an act made easier by the increasing democracy of photography itself in the years after June 19, 1865, when news reached the last enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, that they were free. 📷 mo.ma/3fI3PF8
 
Celebrate #JUNETEENTH2020 by looking back at some of the faces of emancipated Black citizens seen in photographs from the 1870s. [THREAD]
📷 mo.ma/2Co20iy
 
“The first time I saw it, it flattened me with its truthfulness and honesty and also for how much love was needed to endure its making.” Read Crystal Williams's poem inspired by Faith Ringgold's "Die": mo.ma/36SHdhk
 
 
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