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MoMA announces lineup for Doc Fortnight 2021, the celebratory 20th year of the annual Festival of International Nonfiction Film and Media

Doc Fortnight 2021: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and MediaMarch 18–April 5, 2021Virtual Cinema The Museum of Modern Art announces the festival lineup for Doc Fortnight 2021, the 20th edition of its annual showcase of innovative nonfiction film. This year’s festival, which runs exclusively on MoMA’s Virtual Cinema from March 18 to April 5, 2021, includes over 18 documentary

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Career-spanning Survey of One of the Century’s Most Radical Painters, Alice Neel, Opens March 22 at The Met

“For me, people come first. I have tried to assert the dignity and eternal importance of the human being.”—Alice Neel, 1950 Alice Neel: People Come First is the first museum retrospective in New York of American artist Alice Neel (1900-1984) in 20 years. This ambitious, career-spanning survey at The Met positions Neel as one of the century’s most radical painters, a

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Following Unprecedented Demand For Immersive Van Gogh Los Angeles Exhibit Extends Its Run Thru January 2022 Tickets Available Beginning This Saturday

Southern California Engagement Sells over 80,000 Tickets in the First Week of Sales. /PRNewswire/ — After an unprecedented demand, Lighthouse Immersive and Impact Museums announces that it will extend its Los Angeles Immersive Van Gogh exhibition until January 2nd, 2022, at a secret location, soon-to-be-announced. The smash-hit experience sold over 80,000 tickets in just one week. Producers will be making available this new, socially-distanced block

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Guggenheim Presents Works by 13 Artists in Off the Record

Exhibition Challenges the Authority of Mainstream Documentation and Questions Its Role in Constructing History. From April 2 through September 27, 2021, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Off the Record, a group exhibition featuring prints, photographs, and paintings who challenge the authority of mainstream documentation and question its role in constructing history. The 13 artists include Sadie Barnette, Sarah Charlesworth, Sara

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Lincoln Center Announces Restart Stages, Creating Outdoor Performing Arts Center to Help Kickstart Arts Sector and New York City Revival

Launches on World Health Day, April 7 with Performance for Healthcare Workers. Events Across 10 Specially Created Outdoor Venues. Creating Space for Artists from Across the Boroughs, in Partnership with Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!), Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Harlem Week and the Harlem Arts Alliance, Korean Cultural Center New York, and Weeksville Heritage Center. Outdoor

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Exceptional 20th Century Art Collection Donated to the Seattle Art Museum to Honor Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang

Gifts to SAM and Yale Ensure Public Access to Exceptional Works. /PRNewswire/ — An exceptional collection of 20th century art assembled over a decade by late collectors Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang will find permanent homes and be accessible to the public at the Seattle Art Museum and the Yale University Art Gallery. The Friday Foundation, established to realize the Langs’ passion and

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Blockbuster ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ Exhibition Heads To New York City Direct From Sold Out Shows In Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, And Los Angeles

Acclaimed Worldwide, Exhibition Showcases the Masterpieces of Vincent Van Gogh thru 500,000+ Cubic Feet of Animated Projections ***ON SALE SOON*** /PRNewswire/ — Lighthouse Immersive and Maestro Immersive announce the New York premiere of their blockbuster art experience Immersive Van Gogh opening Thursday, June 10th, 2021. Tickets are available at https://www.vangoghnyc.com, with prices starting at $39.99.  Immersive Van Gogh was created by the world-renowned master of digital art, Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi, who for

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MoMA and Swatch to Collaborate to Launch Special-Edition Watches

From Our Collection to Yours, Swatch X MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) announces the launch of special-edition designs by Swatch, the Swiss-made watch brand, as part of their Museum Journey series. The watches will be available at global MoMA Design Stores, store.moma.org, Swatch stores worldwide, and swatch.com starting on March 4, 2021. The assortment features six unique creations

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MoMA announces transformative gift of photographs by women artists from the Helen Kornblum collection

Donation of 100 Works by 76 Artists Covers Over 100 Years of Photographic History The Museum of Modern Art has received a major gift of 100 photographs from the Helen Kornblum Collection, adding significant examples of women artists’ pioneering achievements across the field. The collection—including avantgarde experimentation, photojournalism, social documentary, commercial studio photography, and advertising, among other practices—is filled with

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Announces First Class of Adrienne Arsht Interns

The spring 2021 interns will be the first group in the Museum’s now fully paid program. The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today the spring 2021 class of Adrienne Arsht Interns, the first cohort in The Met’s now fully paid program. The internships are named in recognition of Ms. Arsht’s recent gift of $5 million ensuring that all of the Museum’s undergraduate and graduate internship positions are

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