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When drinking coffee in space, you'll need a cup adapted to the behavior of liquids in zero gravity, naturally. Paola Antonelli, MoMA's Senior Curator of Architecture & Design, discusses our latest acquisition, the "first object in our collection designed expressly for extraterrestrial use." This zero-G coffee cup was designed by astronaut Don Pettit: [ Mo.ma Link ]

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"When we're making the show, I envision people like us because there's just not enough stuff that's tailored toward anybody who's not, like, a white dude, basically. So it feels good to be able to be like, okay this is the show that I would want to listen to if I listened to podcasts. Because I don't, really. And we just really want to fill a gap, fill a hole, because there's just such a...
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Open Art Space is MoMA Teens free drop-in art program for #LGBTQ youth and their allies. Each week, participants create artwork, explore the galleries, and more. No application or registration necessary! Food and Metrocards are provided. Open Art Space meets on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. in MoMA's Cullman Education Building (4 W 54th St., NY, NY 10019). Next program is Thursday, December 8. For...
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"Civilization invented crime." - Francis Picabia [ Mo.ma Link ]

[Francis Picabia. "La Femme au monocle (Woman with Monocle)." c. 1925–26. Oil and enamel paint on board. Private collection. Collection particulière © 2011, ProLitteris, Zürich. Photo: Suzanne Nagy]
"Over the course of nearly 40 years, Mr. Almodóvar has drawn inspiration from wide-ranging sources — Alfred Hitchcock, B-movies, Pina Bausch, to name just a few. But it’s his fascination with women and his ability to conjure memorable female characters that remain constants."

The New York Times writes about Pedro Almodóvar and his "'Cinema of Women’": [ Mo.ma Link ]

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Pedro Almodóvar and His ‘Cinema of Women’

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"A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde" opens today! Planned in anticipation of the centennial year of the 1917 Russian Revolution, this exhibition brings together 260 major works from our collection, tracing the period of artistic innovation between 1912 and 1935, and highlights breakthrough developments in the conception of Suprematism and Constructivism, as well as in...
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This week at MoMA, Pedro Almodovar and Rossy de Palma introduced Almodovar's newest film, "Julieta." All twenty of the director's feature films are screening as part of a major career retrospective now through December 17th. For schedule and tickets, visit [ Mo.ma Link ]

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It's Georges-Pierre Seurat's birthday today! "Some say they see poetry in my paintings," Seurat wrote. "I see only science." Seurat developed his own painting method called Divisionism, by applying unmixed paints to the canvas and leaving it to the viewer's eye to mix the colors optically. His painting, "Grandcamp, Evening," is on view on the 5th floor: [ Mo.ma Link ]

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This year is the 25th anniversary of Berlin's @KWInstituteforContemporaryArt, founded in 1991 by MoMA PS1 Director and MoMA Chief Curator at Large Klaus Biesenbach. Learn about the early years of this "storied venue for venturesome art" on ARTnews Magazine: [ Mo.ma Link ]

Cheers @KWInstituteforContemporaryArt!

Klaus Biesenbach Recalls the Founding of KW in Berlin 25 Years ago, a Moment of ‘Radical Change and Freedom’ | ARTnews

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"A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde" opens this Saturday, Dec 3. For more info: [ Mo.ma Link ]

This exhibition brings together 260 major works from MoMA’s collection, tracing the period of artistic innovation between 1912 and 1935. Planned in anticipation of the centennial year of the 1917 Russian Revolution, the exhibition highlights breakthrough developments in the...
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Well-designed, affordable household items such as orange juicers, ashtrays, venetian blinds, and other "ordinary" consumer products were given pride of place in 1938 with the exhibition “Useful Household Objects under $5.00.” Celebrating the quality and precision of machine production, the exhibition featured approximately 100 commercially available, utilitarian objects, demonstrating,...
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"There has been relatively little discussion as to how architecture engages with and responds to global refugee emergencies. Through art, architecture and design, we may begin to be able to identify effective ways in which to visualize ourselves as citizens."

Associate curator Sean Anderson writes on CNN.com about architecture's impact in today's refugee crisis, also the subject of our...
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"Photography 'has all the advantages and disadvantages of childhood. It is still unafraid of spontaneity and directness.'"

Read about how painter Josef Albers experimented with photography and collage early in his career: [ Mo.ma Link ]. His photocollages are now on view on the 5th floor. (via @newyorker)

The Little-Known Photo Collages of Josef Albers - The New Yorker

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Twenty-two years after participating in an urban planning study in Buenos Aires, Argentine architect Clorindo Testa revisited the project and created a mosaic of more than 100 panels that reimagine the daily life of a young boy he met during the study. The work, "Habitar, Circular, Trabajar, Recrearse," is now on view in our Marron Atrium through January 3, 2017. Read more about the work at [...
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"Popular culture isn't a freeze-frame; it is images zapping by in rapid-fire succession, which is why collage is such an effective way of representing contemporary life. The blur between images creates a kind of motion in the mind."

Happy 83rd birthday to James Rosenquist! In his 86-foot-long "F-111," Rosenquist depicts an F-111 plane flying through fragmented images of consumer products and...
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For over 10 years, MoMA's Community Partnership program has collaborated with a small group of NYC-based non-profit organizations in order to explore new ways of accessing the Museum and our collection. Focusing on programming connected with HIV/AIDS service providers, homelessness initiatives, post-incarceration support groups, LGBTQ housing facilities, literacy programs, and more, our...
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Just announced: this year's lineup for the 11th annual Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You. Tickets on sale starting this Friday! In collaboration with IFP and Filmmaker Magazine. Check out [ Mo.ma Link ] for lineup and info.

["All This Panic." 2016. USA. Directed by Jenny Gage. Courtesy the filmmaker]
Our Pedro Almodóvar retrospective film series opens tomorrow! Oscar-winning writer and director Pedro Almodóvar has established himself as one of the most distinctive voices in cinema with works that mix camp, melodrama, and humor to explore themes of transgression, desire, and identity. Info and tickets: [ Mo.ma Link ]

["Los abrazos rotos (Broken Embraces)." 2009. Spain. Directed by Pedro...
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"I am a beautiful monster." - Francis Picabia [ Mo.ma Link ]

[Francis Picabia. "Têtes superposées (Superimposed Heads)". 1938. Oil on wood. Private collection. © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris]