MoMA

MoMA's Kristen Di Lonardo, department manager in Visitor Engagement, looks behind the curtain at Florine Stettheimer’s Family Portrait, II and marvels at its intricate detail and sense of…

A long-overdue cleaning reveals a world of vibrant color in a Séraphine Louis's 1928 painting "Tree of Paradise." Heidi Hirschl Orley, MoMA assistant director of Curatorial Affairs, talks about…

Veronika Molnar, an intern in the Department of Media and Performance, discusses the calming effect—and global influences—of Constantin Brancusi’s 1913 sculpture Mlle Pogany at MoMA.

This “maximally efficient” 1926 kitchen design inspires family memories—and a career path. Andrew Gardner, curatorial assistant in the Department of Architecture and Design, visits his spices in…

MoMA development officer Jamie Bergos is brave enough to get up close with Maria Martins’s 1946 sculpture "The Impossible, III," and wonders if its ambiguity—Are the figures fighting? Merging?—is…

 

A MoMA conservator considers the missing pieces of Noah Purifoy’s assemblage "Unknown," and its relation to Pop art.

Alexander Calder reimagined sculpture as an experiment in space and motion, upending centuries-old notions that sculpture should be static, grounded, and dense by making artworks that often move…

At a time when we could all use more beauty in our lives, “the Water Lilies have our back.” An appropriately dressed Chet Gold, manager in MoMA's Security department, talks about his spiritual…