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[뉴욕현대미술관 2020년 12월 소식] End 2020 on a bright note with a Warhol-inspired playlist, artist wishes, and more
 
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As we say goodbye to 2020, we’re optimistic about what the future holds. This week we’re sharing wishes from some of our artist contributors, music to get you in the mood for an epic Andy Warhol film, some of our most popular series—from Virtual Views into our collection, to intimate writings from performers—and a last call for our Donald Judd and Félix Fénéon exhibitions.

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Félix Fénéon: The Anarchist and the Avant Garde
Through Jan 2
Member Last Look Jan 3
Don’t miss the final days of this acclaimed exhibition celebrating the visionary anarchist and collector who championed Matisse, Seurat, and Signac.
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Judd
Through Jan 9
Member Last Look Jan 10
The New York Times’s Defining Art Moments in 2020 List

See this “magisterial” retrospective, the first in over 30 years devoted to Judd’s revolutionary work, before it’s too late.
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Artists, Writers, and More Share Wishes for 2021

Thirteen contributors to Magazine share what they’re hoping for in 2021, from honest reckonings to immortality.
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The Course of Empire

A film curator’s playlist takes its inspiration from Andy Warhol’s eight-hour-and-five-minute landmark film.
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Virtual Views

Get “up close” to our exhibitions and favorite artworks from the collection with video stories, conversations with curators and artists, feature articles, and more. Join live Q&As and explore past events.
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Performing at a Distance

Our Department of Media and Performance asked choreographers, dancers, and artists who work with performance to share their visions of the future in the form of letters.
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Our Winter Sale is here

Snag once-per-year savings on tech, kitchen, home, and more. Get yourself the gifts you really wanted, now up to 50% off.
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The world needs art more than ever

Help us champion artists, care for the art in our collection, and provide essential resources for our dedicated staff. The work we do is made possible by you—make a year-end contribution and show your support of MoMA.
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Images from top: Wolfgang Tillmans. Still from Can't Escape into Space. 2019; Paul Signac. Setting Sun. Sardine Fishing. Adagio. Opus 221 from the series The Sea, The Boats, Concarneau. 1891. Oil on canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mrs. John Hay Whitney Bequest. © 2020 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; Installation view of Judd, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, March 1–July 11, 2020. Digital Image © 2020 The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo by Jonathan Muzikar; Joan Jonas. Untitled (detail). 2020. Watercolor. Courtesy the artist; Andy Warhol. Still from Empire. 1964. Digital transfer of 16mm film (black and white, silent). The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1993. Courtesy The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Digital media management by MPC New York. Film scanning by Technicolor-PostWorks New York; Still from Introducing: Virtual Views: Van Gogh’s Starry Night; Eiko. A Body in Fukushima, Komagamine, January 17, 2017, No. 146. Photo: William Johnston. Courtesy the artist; Claude Monet. Water Lilies (detail). 1914–26. Oil on canvas, three panels. Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund. Photo: Gus Powell
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