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- Mind Expanding @oen80 . . #Repost @oenofficial 😃 . @borisrashnikov FULL DETAILS ON: www.mbainvestors.com See you soon. . @annigiordani Streaming 24/7....>>Listen now DESIGN INTERIORS: http://www.TheRealEstateDesign.com . . I hope that some of my works #like you! #Painter #Art ! #toplondonphoto #MuseumWeek . . . #artwork #artstudio #interiordesignart #curator #gallery #supportart #expressionism ##MoMACollection #meditation #awareness #awakening ... ... , #britain #oneness #healthyfood #fashion #vsco #adventure #newyorkart . . #interiors #inspiration #iphoneapp #moscow #ipadapp #quotes
- Mind Expanding @oen80 . . #Repost @oenofficial 😃 . @borisrashnikov FULL DETAILS ON: www.mbainvestors.com See you soon. . @annigiordani Streaming 24/7....>>Listen now DESIGN INTERIORS: http://www.TheRealEstateDesign.com . . I hope that some of my works #like you! #Painter #Art ! #toplondonphoto #MuseumWeek . . . #artwork #artstudio #interiordesignart #curator #gallery #supportart #expressionism #MoMACollection #meditation #awareness #awakening ... ... , #britain #oneness #healthyfood #fashion #vsco #adventure #newyorkart . . #interiors #inspiration #iphoneapp #moscow #ipadapp #quotes
- Mind Expanding @oen80 . . #Repost @oenofficial 😃 . @borisrashnikov FULL DETAILS ON: www.mbainvestors.com See you soon. . @annigiordani Streaming 24/7....>>Listen now DESIGN INTERIORS: http://www.TheRealEstateDesign.com . . I hope that some of my works #like you! #Painter #Art ! #toplondonphoto #MuseumWeek . . . #artwork #artstudio #interiordesignart #curator #gallery #supportart #expressionism ##MoMACollection #meditation #awareness #awakening ... ... , #britain #oneness #healthyfood #fashion #vsco #adventure #newyorkart . . #interiors #inspiration #iphoneapp #moscow #ipadapp #quotes
- Reposting for my own admiration 🖤. via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as #Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in #Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 #ChrisOfili
- Reposting for my own admiration 🖤. via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as #Embah , or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in #Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 #ChrisOfili
- Reposting for my own admiration 🖤. via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as #Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in #Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 #ChrisOfili
- #RG @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- #RG @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- #RG @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- Chris Ofili’s “Embah” (2017)—a newly acquired #MoMACollection work—is now on view in the Heyman Lobby. Ofili created the painting as a tribute to his friend and beloved Trinidadian artist Emheyo Bahabba (known as Embah, or grandpa)—a self-taught poet, painter, sculptor, and musician who served as an important role model to younger artists in Trinidad before his death in 2015. This painting was given to the Museum in honor of pioneering curator Kynaston McShine, who passed away last week. McShine, who hailed from Trinidad, served for many years as a visionary champion of contemporary art at MoMA. Learn more about Kynaston’s remarkable legacy at mo.ma/kynastonmcshine ... Image: Chris Ofili. "Embah." 2017. Oil and charcoal on canvas. Gift of Mimi Haas, and Lisa and Steven Tananbaum, in honor of Kynaston McShine. © 2018 Chris Ofili
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart #cppcisneros #reginajosegalindo #femaleartist #latinamericanartist #guatemala #artcollecting #artcollector #generosity #artisthebestgift #momanyc
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart #cppcisneros #reginajosegalindo #femaleartist #latinamericanartist #guatemala #artcollecting #artcollector #generosity #artisthebestgift #momanyc
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund. #Repost @themuseumofmodernart #cppcisneros #reginajosegalindo #femaleartist #latinamericanartist #guatemala #artcollecting #artcollector #generosity #artisthebestgift #momanyc
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost from @themuseumofmodernart with @regram.app ... “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- #Repost from @themuseumofmodernart with @regram.app ... “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- #Repost from @themuseumofmodernart with @regram.app ... “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America& #39;s Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- “To make ‘America’s Family Prison,’ Regina José Galindo moved her family into the same kind of mobile detention unit that private contractors use to house imprisoned migrants along the US-Mexico border. Galindo and her family spent 36 hours in the space. This record of their voluntary imprisonment draws attention to America’s growing private prison industry and its perverse accommodation of the nuclear family unit.”—Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Regina José Galindo (Guatemalan, born 1974). “America's Family Prison.” 2008. Video (color, sound). Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Agnes Gund and the Art for Justice Fund.
- “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- “This ‘Graphic Object,’ an inscribed sheet of Japanese paper sandwiched in transparent acrylic, comes from an intense moment of experimentation in the mid-1960s, when Schendel was exploring experimental writing, minimal abstract gestures, elliptical configurations, and repetition of letters and lines over translucent thin sheets of paper like this one. Hanging from the ceiling, the work forces us to navigate it, to move around and interact with it, rather than just letting us be passive viewers.”—Sarah Suzuki, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Mira Schendel (Brazilian, born Switzerland. 1919–1988). “Untitled from the series Graphic Objects (Objetos gráficos).” 1967. Graphite, transfer type, and oil on paper between transparent acrylic sheets with transfer type. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Luis Pérez-Oramas. © 2018 Estate of Mira Schendel
- #Repost via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost via @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #Repost @themuseumofmodernart with @get_repost ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostsaveapp ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostsaveapp ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros @CPPCisneros ). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar
- #repost @themuseumofmodernart with @repostsaveapp ・・・ “The seven lines comprising Alfredo Jaar’s ‘He Ram’ are taken from Mahatma Gandhi’s grave, and represent Gandhi’s list of ‘Seven Social Sins.’ The artist recently wrote to me reflecting, ‘They were the perfect representation of the moral decay of our society. They were simple, direct, clear, brilliant. Needless to say, they apply today more than ever.’ Jaar has used mirrors in his work since the 1980s, and, by silkscreening these words onto the surface of a mirror, pays homage to Gandhi in a deceptively simple gesture—we are implicated as we view ourselves reading, and as we observe others viewing themselves and us.”—Lilian Tone, Assistant Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture … Visit mo.ma/cisneros to explore more Latin American modern and contemporary works added to #MoMACollection thanks to the generosity of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (@CPPCisneros). #MoMACisneros #CisnerosContemporary #ColeccionCisneros … Image: Alfredo Jaar (Chilean, born 1956). “He Ram.” 1991. Screenprint ink on mirror. Promised gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Guillermo A. Cisneros Phelps. © 2018 Alfredo Jaar

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