Музей современного искусства на Манхэттене в Нью-Йорке (Museum of Modern Art, сокращенно MoMA) — один из первых музеев современного искусства в мире, располагающий одной из самых обширных коллекций. Он является эталоном для многих других собраний подобного рода. В Instagram музея вы найдете работы таких знаменитых художников, как Пикассо, Энди Уорхол и Йоко Оно, и сможете узнать больше об их жизни и творчестве. Также в аккаунте публикуются фотографии из жизни музея и его сотрудников.

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram Andy Warhol was born #otd in 1928! «Gold Marilyn Monroe» (1962), now on view on our second floor, is one of his first photo-silkscreened canvases and one of his earliest celebrity paintings. Warhol made this painting shortly after the legendary actress and sex symbol committed suicide, eulogizing Monroe as a golden goddess of pop culture. #MoMACollection… What’s your favorite work by Warhol? … [Artwork details: #AndyWarhol. «Gold Marilyn Monroe.» 1962. Silkscreen ink on synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Gift of Philip Johnson. © 2018 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 6 Авг 2018 в 12:42 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram «What I am searching for is neither the real nor the unreal, but the subconscious, the mystery of what is instinctive in the human race.» –Amedeo Modigliani The Italian painter, draftsman, and sculptor known for his iconic, stylized portraits was born #otd in 1884. Explore Modigliani’s brief, tormented life and his restless energy to produce in the catalogue for MoMA’s 1951 retrospective at mo.ma/modigliani #MoMACollection… [Artwork details: #AmedeoModigliani. «Reclining Nude.» c. 1919. Oil on canvas. Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 12 Июл 2018 в 8:22 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram «The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.» –Francis Bacon, now on view in our #MoMACollection galleries… Submitted by Joshua Young (@totorovsbatman), Audio Visual Technician, as an artist to explore and celebrate this #Pride Month. See more staff picks at mo.ma/pride. … [Francis Bacon. «Painting.» 1946. Oil and pastel on linen. Purchase. © 2018 Estate of Francis Bacon / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 18 Июн 2018 в 10:49 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram While repainting an apartment, artist John Baldessari was struck by a conceptual exercise: «I used to occupy my mind as I was painting the wall just by saying to myself, now I’m painting a wall, now I’m making a painting…The physical activity was the same, I was just calling it differently each time. So I began to think about, well, what separated one from the other? Why was one different?» His video work, «Six Colorful Inside Jobs» (1977) explores the concept further, compressing six re-paintings of a room into intervals of about five minutes. … Experience this work in #TheLongRunMoMA… [Artwork details: John Baldessari. «Six Colorful Inside Jobs.» 1977. 16 mm film transferred to video (color, silent). 32:53 min. Gift of Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley, Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro, and Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis. © 2018 John Baldessari] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 22 Май 2018 в 11:21 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram »…the basis for each image is the universality of our human experiences. I have chosen to share this message by using my personal cultural heritage and encounters with it as inspiration…» —Aida Muluneh (@aidamuluneh)… How do you use photography to investigate the self? We asked photographers now on view in «Being: #NewPhotography2018» to share the ideas and techniques that influence the exploration of personhood in their work. See their responses at mo.ma/newphoto2018 … [Artwork details: #AidaMuluneh. «Strength in Honor.» 2016. Pigmented inkjet print. Courtesy the artist and David Knut Projects, New York and Johannesburg. © 2018 Aida Muluneh] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 18 Май 2018 в 8:04 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram Visiting an artist’s studio is an opportunity for meaningful encounters and exchanges. MoMA’s collection wouldn’t be what it is today without one of the most dedicated and steadfast of studio visitors, Agnes Gund—or «Aggie, ” as she is affectionately known. Explore our tribute to Aggie’s unparalleled generosity, featuring a vast range of artworks she has contributed to our collection including visitor favorites, seldom seen works, and recent acquisitions. «Studio Visit: Selected Gifts from Agnes Gund» opens this Sunday! #GundStudioVisit … [Artwork: Nick Cave. «Soundsuit.» 2011. Found objects, knit head and bodysuit, and mannequin. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Agnes Gund in honor of Dr. Stuart W. Lewis. © 2018 Nick Cave.] Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 27 Апр 2018 в 2:08 PDT

Посмотреть эту публикацию в Instagram In this relief-painting by #MaxErnst, the fleeing man clutching a small child perched atop the house is based on an illustration from the popular magazine «La Nature» (January 16, 1886). Even though the pair is painted, Ernst referred to the original printed source by mimicking its gray tonalities. … Now on view in #BeyondPainting. Публикация от  MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@themuseumofmodernart) 18 Дек 2017 в 12:12 PST