- Honorary Art History major Nikki Lohr '17 (@nikkilohr ) delivered an expert art talk at Late Night at the Loeb on the CIA's propagandist use of abstract expressionism. Rothko's color fields are truly more than meets the eye. #rothko #fllac #sergeguilbaut
- In honor of last year's Ribicoff Seminar with #douglascrimp
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Work/Travail/Arbeid @themuseumofmodernart, NY March 29 – April 2 curated by @a_janevski @rosasdance Read the 500 Words on artforum.com #MoMA #ATDK #anneteresadekeersmaeker
- A show not to miss (if you can swing it!) before break ends: @brooklynmuseum with @repostapp
#CarrieMaeWeems is part of a younger generation of black female artists who are carrying forward the influences, and complicating the narratives, of the Black Arts Movement and second-wave feminism into 21-century practices. This image is from The Kitchen Table Series, a photo-text work exploring gender, race, domesticity, and the family in which Weems constructs a rich narrative of one woman’s life within the framework of the kitchen. See Weems's work, alongside works from several other black women artists and activists, next month in #wewantedarevolution—opening April 21. #5womenartists
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#Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostapp
Senior curator @roxanamarcoci discusses how the Russian avant-garde influenced the history of MoMA when Alfred Barr, the Museum’s first director, traveled to Russia a year before MoMA opened in 1929.
“A Revolutionary Impulse: Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde” closes this Sunday, March 12. Learn more about the exhibition in our latest video, "How to see the Russian Avant-Garde,” at mo.ma/howtosee
#RevolutionaryImpulse #MoMACollection #avantgarde