Paco Cao is one of the most in-demand cocktail creators in the world. Except that he doesn't actually make cocktails -- he conceptualizes them. Through a series titled "Psychological Cocktail Services," Cao has roamed the globe -- Spain, Mexico, Italy -- facilitating audience-inspired libations at m ... More >>
At last, you control the weather
Tilda Swinton sleeping in a box at MOMA PS1 was an artistic feat that many around the world thought could never be topped by anyone anywhere ever. But The National are not afraid, and on Sunday they will be playing their song "Sorrow" for six-hours straight. What could happen over those six hours? W ... More >>
MOMA looks back at some creative invitations
Tamaryn provides the dreamy soundtrack at poprally
Artists, collectors, and buyers invade the city
Artists go wild at MOMA
MOMA welcomes . . . choreographers
The Quay Brothers at MOMA
Get a first look at the Armory Show
The CEO of Showclixthe ticketing company that handled yesterday's ticketing process for the Museum of Modern Art's eight-night series of Kraftwerk shows, during which quite a few people got stuck in waiting rooms and took to Twitter to describe their sell-out-rage in detailhas posted a ... More >>
A look inside the exhibit of American reawakening
Ad-Rock brings the hot sauce to MOMA
Calling all art scholars or wannabes!
MOMA wants to work with you
Plus Arielle Falk's 'Lego My Ego' at LZ Project Space
You want more Tim Burton? Then help out.
Old School or New School? The choice is yours.Today, the New York Times takes note of the Museum of Modern Art catering to tourists who're too vapid unfamiliar with our city to sort out the name of their contemporary art outpost in Long Island City, P.S. 1. Thus, the Museum of Modern art has ... More >>
The Museum of Sex dissuades unwanted -- ahem -- advances. The MoMA's current Marina Ambramovic exhibit (featuring real, live nekkid people, OMG!!!) is attracting a lot of attention of the "that feels funny, and not funny ha-ha" variety. Lonely, lonely people who simply need to feel the warmth ... More >>
Whoever in the history of art decided that highlighting the minor irritations of society through the cheekiest means possible was both a good idea and great art should probably be dug up and...irritated. And then had it passed it off as art.
"MoMA Atlantic-Pacific Subway Installation -- A Hit With The Blogosphere," proudly announces the Happy Corp. And why shouldn't they be proud? The MOMA installation is their account. Then they decided: things are going so great -- why not try something totally insane and illegal? According to the Ne ... More >>
Bring a book—and your cargo pants
It's another strong Doc Fortnight at MOMA
A Belgian installation artist uses MoMA as the subject of his MoMa show
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
A MOMA exhibit tries to draw out the best
Sculptor Louise Nevelson-a quintessential modernist-gets her first major survey in nearly 30 years
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
A balky commitment to rethinking postwar art
Other museums are light-years ahead of MOMA
A preview of the season's repertory highlights
Our critic has a few ideas about how to put the new Museum of Modern Art in order
Is 'the greatest collection of modern art in the world' already running out of space?
The MOMA returns: A re-opening bash with Godard, Scorsese, and an avant-garde A-list
MOMA's New Gramercy Address