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What is contemporary art? Explore this question in our new free online course through more than 70 works made between 1980 and the present—many on view in our galleries—and hear from artists, architects, and designers about their creative processes and inspiration. You’ll develop a deeper understanding of how artists work today, gain confidence in looking at contemporary art, and make connections to your own creative pursuits.

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member: Pope.L, 1978–2001

Closes Sat, Feb 1

Witness career-defining performances from a provocateur who uses abjection, humor, endurance, and absurdity to undermine rigid systems of belief.

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God in Three Persons and a Brief History of the Residents

Jan 24–28

Chart the evolution of “the most mysterious band in the world” with the world-premiere live performance of their landmark album and a two-part compilation of videos.

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Conversation

Steffani Jemison on Pope.L

Sun, Jan 26, 2:00 p.m.

Join us for a talk with artist Steffani Jemison—who uses time-based, photographic, and discursive platforms to examine “progress”—about how Pope.L has influenced her work.

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Little Wheel Souvenirs

Through Mar 1

Visit artist Salome Asega’s casino and gift shop in the Crown Creativity Lab. Play a round of roulette that sends you out into the galleries to seek out specific artworks, then create a mini take-home souvenir.

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Member Last Look: member: Pope.L, 1978–2001

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The last day of every major exhibition is reserved just for members.

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Artist Story: Pope.L

 

Revisit the site of Pope.L’s iconic crawl with the artist himself in this short video on Magazine, MoMA’s online publication.

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Among Others: Blackness at MoMA

 

This is the first substantial exploration of MoMA’s uneven historical relationship with black artists and black audiences, with newly commissioned writing from a wide array of acclaimed authors.

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The Record Shop Pop-Up

Through Mar 1

Dive into vinyl with albums from MoMA’s collection and discover vintage records selected for us by Brooklyn-based Earwax Records’s Fabio Roberti at MoMA Design Store, Soho.

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Images from top: Still from MoMA video What Is Contemporary Art?; Pope.L. How Much is that Nigger in the Window a.k.a Tompkins Square Crawl. New York, NY, 1991. Digital c-print on gold fiber silk paper. © Pope.L. Courtesy of the artists and Mitchell—Innes & Nash, New York; The Residents. Act of Being Polite from One Minute Movies. 1980. Courtesy the artists; Steffani Jemison. Photo © Filip Wolak. Courtesy Whitney Museum of American Art; Little Wheel Souvenirs by Salome Asega, The Museum of Modern Art. Photograph: Beatriz Meseguer/onwhitewall.com. © 2020 The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Pope.L. Training Crawl. Lewiston, ME, 2001. Digital c-print on gold fiber silk paper. © Pope.L. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell—Innes & Nash, New York; Still from the MoMA video Artist Story: Pope.L

 

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