MoMA

A custom sign planted in MoMA's sculpture garden in 1943 said "Please Touch," signaling to visitors at Alexander Calder's retrospective that it was okay to handle the kinetic sculptures and mobiles.
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Since the early 2000s, architects Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello (Rael San Fratello) have developed numerous proposals for interventions and alternatives to the United States-Mexico border…
Watch how two architects use 3D printing to build new coral reefs and address California’s housing crisis.
What began with eight prints and one drawing currently encompasses about 200,000 pieces from all over the world across multiple genres, including millions of films and film stills. Here we dive into…
If art is your passion, there are innumerable ways to scratch that itch from home, for the craft and non-crafty alike. Here are five recommendations.
“I had always considered my work another activity of some kind,” remarked artist Donald Judd. “I certainly didn’t think I was making sculpture.” One of the foremost sculptors of our time, Judd…
The Museum of Modern Art’s extraordinary photography collection shines in the exhibition "The Shape of Things: Photographs from Robert B. Menschel."